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Our 2021 Summer JPIC Report is Now Available! August 18th, 2021


Oblates & Partners embrace the call of Laudato Sí

In this newsletter we share some of the creative and inspiring work of Oblates and partners embracing the call of Laudato Sí. Also, updates on JPIC activities and the policy and advocacy work we undertake with corporations and governments.

Do you have any interesting initiatives going on in your communities? Reach out to us at this email address: jpic@omiusa.org

A PDF version of the newsletter can be downloaded here.

Past issues can be found in the Resources section of the website.

JPIC Report is the twice-yearly newsletter of the US Oblate JPIC Office. It is an informational resource about and for Oblates and others involved in the work of promoting justice, peace and the integrity of creation.


2021 Eco-living Tips August 6th, 2021

Small changes go a long way in the quest to live more sustainably. You can start with a handful of changes in your everyday life. To help you on this journey, we have created two brochures: Reduce. Reuse. Recycle. and Choosing Earth-Friendly Products. The brochures are packed with manageable tips to act on and guidance for adding environmentally friendly products to your daily life. 

Our new brochures are available in English and Spanish and can be downloaded below.

 

Download the brochures in English & Spanish

Download for printing:


  • 2021 Reduce Reuse Recycle (English) – DOWNLOAD
  • 2021 Reduce Reuse Recycle (Spanish) – DOWNLOAD
  • 2021 Eco -friendly Tips (English) – DOWNLOAD
  • 2021 Eco -friendly Tips (Spanish) – DOWNLOAD

 

 


Fr. Séamus Finn, OMI Weighs in on Climate Crisis & Wall Street March 19th, 2021

Reading the writing on the wall’: why Wall Street is acting on the climate crisis

“They are getting pushed by the customer, by the science, by the general public.” — Fr. Séamus Finn, OMI

Wildfires burned nearly 10.4m acres across the US last year. The most costly thunderstorm in US history caused $7.5bn in damage across Illinois, Iowa, Nebraska and South Dakota. As the climate crisis swept the globe on a biblical scale it left in its wake a record number of billion-dollar disasters.

And yet out of these ashes has emerged an unlikely savior: Wall Street. After decades of backing polluters and opposing legislation to rein them in, finance says it’s going green.

Read the full article.


OMI Webinar No 3: “Emerging from the COVID-19 Pandemic: Guidance from Laudato Si” January 21st, 2021

Input talk by – Joe Gunn – Executive Director Centre Oblat – A Voice for Justice

With a video presentation about “Project GRACE” at the Oblate parish of Our Lady of Grace in the Philippines.

Registration link:  bit.ly/3hn0aPm

Date and Time –  January 23, 2021
10:30 AM – EASTERN STANDARD TIME (EST)
  7:30 AM – PACIFIC STANDARD TIME (PST)
  4:30 PM – CENTRAL EUROPEAN TIME (CEST)
  9:00 PM – INDIA / SRI LANKA
11:30 PM – THE PHILIPPINES


OMI JPIC – Most Viewed Stories in 2020 January 19th, 2021

Want to know which stories received the most attention on OMI JPIC’s website and Facebook page in 2020? Click the link for the list and happy reading!

http://omiusajpic.org/2020-most-viewed-stories/(opens in a new tab)


WEBINAR: “Looking for new forms of dialogue in Laudato Si” (LS 14) October 19th, 2020

Following our meetings for Laudato Si, the OMI Central Government
invites you to the Webinar:

Link: bit.ly/2T28hW7
Meeting ID: 883 5984 5648
Passcode: omiwebinar

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