Laudato Si' Protect the Earth, Dignify Humanity
                                                                     Laudato Si'            Protect the Earth, Dignify Humanity                                                          

The Laudato Si' Movement

The Laudato Si' Movement  is based on millions of activities (inspired by Laudato Si') of Christians, the Catholic Church, churches, religions and secular partners around the world. promotes visibility and exchange of the rich diversity of the Laudato Si' Movement for the common care for our common home. We are guided by Pope Francis Encyclical Laudato Si' in ecumenical spirit and interreligious solidarity. 


The project is sponsored by the Francis of Assisi Academy for Planetary Health (formerly Francis of Assisi Academy for Protection of the Earth), European Union.

Inspiration Message of Bishop Vincent Long, OFM

The project started 18-06-2015. Laudato was relaunched (July 2020) as special project for the Laudato Si' Special Anniversary Year (2020-2021) and still in relaunch modus.

Discover the Richness of the Laudato Si' Movements

Here you will find many resources, backgrounds and up-to-date activities about the global Laudato Si Movements from the first origins 2015 until today and planings for the future.  


Besides important documents there are also videos, especially about practical realisation, reflections and about prayer and songs.


For  Christians the ultimate motivation for a  responsible lifestyle is to be found in Jesus. Through him we are freed for a life of praise to God and service for our common house. 


We hope that the good examples inspire you and give motivation and hope for the common care for our common house. Only together we will overcome. GOD is with us.

Shema Israel: The Gospel of Mark 12:29–31

God, who calls us to generous commitment and to give him our all, offers us the light and the strength needed to continue on our way. In the heart of this world, the Lord of life, who loves us so much, is always present. He does not abandon us, he does not leave us alone, for he has united himself definitively to our earth, and his love constantly impels us to find new ways forward. Praise be to him! (Laudato Si' 245. )

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