- Collected supplies and donations to help young expectant mothers as well as child-victims of human-trafficking in Philadelphia – helped serve hot meals to over 360 homeless men, women, and children in the Philadelphia area
- Packed meals that will sustain 23 children for one full year from across the globe suffering from malnutrition
- Attended dozens of demonstrations, marches, town meetings, workshops, seminars, webinars, all on the topics of protecting civil rights, preserving the earth, and helping the disenfranchised (immigrants, refugees, asylum seekers, victims of human trafficking, and those in prison)
- Written letters and called political leaders, as well as educated themselves on the best ways to impact political change
Contact: Mary Nolan at email@example.com
Once we start to think about the kind of world we are leaving to future generations, we look at things differently; we realize that the world is a gift which we have freely received and must share with others…. We can no longer view reality in a purely utilitarian way, in which efficiency and productivity are entirely geared to our individual benefit.
(Pope Francis, Laudato Si’)
The Social Justice Sub-Committee of Environmental Stewards is an action-oriented group that responds to this challenge. We address areas including our throwaway culture, climate change, pollution in our water and air, and wildlife.
Each weekend in the Holy Cross bulletin, we publish Stewards of Our Earth which includes tips, information, suggested actions, and prayers – all geared to taking care of our common home.
Stewards of Our Earth Bulletins: