40 days of prayer lead up to next phase of the Laudato Si’ Action Platform

The Dominican Sisters of Peace announces its co-leadership of the Dicastery for Promoting Integral Human Development’s 40-day campaign of prayers based on the Laudato Si’ Goals, for communities joining the Laudato Si’ Action Platform.

The prayer campaign supports the seven sectors joining the Laudato Si’ Action Platform with a dedicated day of prayer for each, connecting each sector with a Laudato Si’ Goal.

The full set of prayers is available here. The prayer campaign began on October 4, the Feast of St. Francis, and will conclude on November 14, the World Day of Prayer for the Poor.

November 14 will launch the next phase in the Laudato Si’ Action Platform. On that date, Laudato Si’ Planning Guides and all related materials will be published, and members of the universal Church will be invited to make a firm commitment to creating their own Laudato Si’ Plans.

While this next phase in the platform had been planned for October 4, the Dicastery for Promoting Integral Human Development sees a need to continue building on the dynamic conversations taking place with The Dominican Sisters of Peace and nearly 200 additional partners.

The Dominican Sisters of Peace has been an integrally important co-leader of efforts to build the Laudato Si’ Action Platform. Serving as a member of the Religious Orders working group, The Dominican Sisters of Peace has assisted in shaping both the model and the content of the platform.

By extending the date from October 4 to November 14, The Dominican Sisters of Peace helps ensure that the Laudato Si’ Action Platform will truly serve the needs of Catholic Religious Orders.

All Catholic Religious Orders are warmly invited to review the existing resources on the Laudato Si’ Action Platform website and to discern their commitment to creating a Laudato Si’ Plan.

The Dicastery for Promoting Integral Human Development announces a 40-day campaign of prayers for communities joining the Laudato Si’ Action Platform.

The prayer campaign supports the seven sectors joining the Laudato Si’ Action Platform, with a dedicated day of prayer for each, connecting each sector with a Laudato Si’ Goal.

You can view and print the full set of prayers here. The prayer campaign began on October 4, the Feast of St. Francis, and will conclude on November 14, the World Day of Prayer for the Poor.

On November 14, the next phase in the Laudato Si’ Action Platform will begin. On that date, Laudato Si’ Planning Guides and all related materials will be published, and members of the universal Church will be invited to make a firm commitment to creating their own Laudato Si’ Plans.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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