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August 12, 2019

The latest issue of Salpointe Today, the publication of Salpointe Catholic High School, Tucson, AZ, features an update on how Laudato Si' is being integrated into its curriculum.  Check it out by visiting page 10 on this link   A photo shows Salpointe physics students with a solar-powered house.they designed and b...

August 12, 2019

On June 27-29, the Catholic Climate Covennant and Creighton University held a conference on  "Laudato Si' and the Catholic Church" in Omaha.  Read the National Catholic Reporter's coverage of this inspired event.

This program is an excellent cross-curriculum exploration of Pope Francis’ encyclical on the climate—so important for our young people’s wholistic education today.”    

Very Rev. William J.

Harry, O.Carm., 

Prior Provincial

Order of Carmelites Province of the Most Pure Heart of Mary

“The great thing about Lauda...

July 24, 2018

Check out the Washington Post article.  "Climate change is a top spiritual priority for these religious leaders."  

The article explores the spiritual dimension of climate change, focusing on Orthodox Ecumenical Patriarch Bartholomew I of Constantinople.  He says, “Now we must begin the long and difficult way from...

July 23, 2018

The Vatican presented "Saving Our Common Home and the Future of Life On Earth," an International Conference on the 3rd Anniversary of Laudato Si" on July 5-6.

Read Pope Francis's Address to The Conference

Visit The Conference Website

Here's the Conference's purpose.  Nearly three years after the publication of Laudato Si'...

January 2, 2018

The recent article in National Catholic Reporter's Global Sisters Report on Curriculum on Laudato Si' and Sr. Jane Remson, O.Carm., drew praise from near and far.  

"Fantastic! I really want this on our website and our board members should get this."

- Judith Ranger-Smith

"An important vehicle for all who read the article...

December 29, 2017

The National Catholic Reporter's Global Sisters Report featured an illuminating article on the Curriculum on Dec. 27.  

Check out the article.  

Reporter Chris Herlinger interviews Sr. Jane Remson, O.Carm., in a question-and-answer format, covering the ideas behind the Curriculum and the goals of the Carmelite NGO as its...

November 28, 2017

From Zimbabwe

Congratulations!  Excellent work.  I am very happy this is very good. Fr. Alexio here is now very committed to take the curriculum seriously in Kriste Mambo high school after the congress for the schools.

Well done.

May God bless you.

--Sr. Annah Theresa Nyadombo HOLMC

November 27, 2017

The Clarion Herald, a New Orleans Catholic newspaper, ran a feature story on Curriculum on Laudato Si' in its latest print and online editions.  Written by Christine Bordelon, the article explains how the Curriculum was developed and is based on an in-depth interview with Sr. Jane Remson, O.Carm., of the Carmelite NGO.


October 19, 2017

Students at Salpointe Catholic High School, where the Laudato Si' Curriculum was developed, are the first to experience it in their classes.  Here are some of their observations.

“I think the curriculum is good because it teaches us that the environment and the earth are a common good shared by everybody.  The earth and...

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