Today, December 10, we commemorate Human Rights Day. Our focus this year is on the state of El Salvador, which has seen some remarkable improvements rolled back by a new form of government oppression.
As the UN Climate Conference reaches its final day in Sharm el-Sheikh, Egypt, Maryknoll Missioners from Latin America, Africa and Asia lift up the voices of those most affected by climate change in the Global South, demanding action from world leaders to save our common home.
Following the action goals of Laudato Si', Maryknoll Affiliates have compiled seven categories of resources to help you make progress: Respond to the Cry of the Earth; Respond to the Cry of the Poor; Ecological Economics; Adoption of Sustainable Lifestyles; Ecological Education; Ecological Spirituality; and Community Resilience and Empowerment.
The annual UN Climate Change Convention, which in years past yielded the Paris Climate Accords and Kyoto Protocol, will be held in Egypt from November 6 - 18. We hope for a human-centered approach that takes into account the marginalized.
Download our 6-page guide in English or Spanish to study the pope's encyclical on peace and dialogue.
Join us on Good Friday, April 15, at 12 p.m. Eastern Time, for the 2022 Virtual Economic and Ecological Way of the Cross.
Prayers, Statements, & Ways to Give Humanitarian Aid and Raise Your Voice for Peace.
In a series of two-page briefs, the Maryknoll Office for Global Concerns addresses key global issues which are the focus of our work in Washington, DC, and at the UN.
For U.S. voters, we offer 2-page briefs and 30-minute webinars on 8 global concerns.
Find resources on the Synod of Bishops on the Amazon, which occurred in Rome October 6-27, 2020. Included here are links to our series of bulletins on the synod, entitled One Amazon, Many Voices.
The following resources were created by the Maryknoll Office for Global Concerns.