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Laudato Si´' Week 2021 May, 16-25 

Pope Francis invites faithful to celebrate progress, plan ambitious decade during Laudato Si’ Week. One goal is advocating ahead of COP15, COP26 also the Laudato Si’ Action Platform will be started.

 

Laudato Si’ Week 2021, to be held May 16-25, will be the crowning event of the Special Laudato Si’ Anniversary Year, and a celebration of the great progress the whole Church has made on its journey to ecological conversion.

 

Laudato Si’ Week 2021 will also be a time to reflect on what the COVID-19 pandemic has taught us and prepare for the future with hope.

Laudato Si’ Week 2021 is sponsored by the Vatican Dicastery for Promoting Integral Human Development and facilitated by the Global Catholic Climate Movement in collaboration with RENOVA+, Caritas Internationalis, CIDSE, International Union Superiors General, Union of Superiors General, Society of Jesus, the General office for justice, peace and integrity of creation from the Order from the Franciscan Friars, and in partnership with dozens of Catholic partners.

Healing the wounds in Iraq

On the third day the Holy Father on Sunday visited the cities of Erbil, Mosul and Qaraqosh, where he renewed his call for fraternity, hope and peace. “Today," he said in his homily, "I can see at first hand that the Church in Iraq is alive, and that Christ is alive and at work in this, His holy and faithful people. Now is the time to rebuild and to start afresh, relying on the grace of God, who guides the destinies of all individuals and peoples. You are not alone! The entire Church is close to you, with prayers and concrete charity. And in this region, so many people opened their doors to you in time of need.”

Jerusalema - A spiritual song and dance for difficult times...goes around the world

Millions of people of all nations, professions and religions around the world dance to a spiritual song that, according to its christian creator Kgaogelo Moagi from Africa (called Master KG), should be as spiritual as possible. It is not only the Covid-19 song, but also a great Fratelli Tutti song. This wonderful version from your Palestine friends (message at 2:39), with 130 dancers from the Holy Land, unfortunately cannot be danced in Jerusalem....

Jerusalema -Translation


Jerusalem, my home.
Rescue me,
Join me,
Don't leave me here!
 
My place is not here,
My kingdom is not here,
Rescue me!
Come with me!
 
Save me, save me, save me,
Don't leave me here,
Save me, save me, save me,
Don't leave me here!
 
My place is not here,
My kingdom is not here,
Rescue me!
Come with me!
 
Save me, save me, save me,
Don't leave me here,
Save me, save me, save me,
Don't leave me here!

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