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Our religions and spiritual philosophies teach us to care for the earth.

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    2018 Parliament of the World's Religions

    Thousands of religious and civic leaders assembling to address the critical global issues of peace, justice, and sustainability. 10,000+ people, 200+ Spiritual Traditions, 80+ Nations

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    While climate actions by our own faith communities are crucial, we can’t lose sight of the fact that climate destabilization can only be halted when we act collectively.  That is why the Parliament of the World's Religions' international convening in Toronto next November 1-7, with an expected attendance of over 10,000, presents such an amazing opportunity for Canadian faith communities to share their stories, to learn from each other, and ultimately, to join together with other faith and spiritual communities from around the world to build a more sustainable world.

    Faith & the Common Good has joined the Parliament’s Climate Action Task Force to ensure that climate change will be a major topic of the Toronto Parliament. We expect as many as 100 diverse programs on climate and related environmental issues, as well as a hospitality room, a resource centre, booths in the exhibit hall, and the 3-hour Climate Assembly from 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. on Sunday, November 4.

    We invite you to participate in this incredible event in any way you can.

    Don’t miss this special gathering where we can find ways to mutually support each other and work together towards shared goals of protecting Mother Earth for the next generation.  

    Questions? Contact director@faithcommongood.org.

    WHEN
    November 01, 2018 at 9am - November 07, 2018 at 8pm
    WHERE
    Metro Toronto Convention Centre
    $495.00 USD · 4 rsvps
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  • Bringing the Season of Creation Alive in A Special Way in Central Saskatchewan

    blessing of bread and salt

    Blessing of Bread and Salt, Photo: Courtesy Chris Pidwerbeski

    Submitted by Christopher Hrynkow, Chair, Communities Inspired for Environmental Action Central Saskatchewan

    The Ecumenical Patriach Dimitrios I inaugurated the World Day of Prayer for the Environment on September 1, 1989. As part of Pope Francis’ ecumenical outreach and as an expression of his concern for justice, peace, and the integrity of creation undertaken in the spirit of St. Francis, in 2015 Pope Francis’ established the practice in the Catholic Church. As a result, Catholics are now called to participate in the World Day of Prayer for the Care of Creation annually on September 1st. Here, Francis is also taking up a recommendation made in the Charta Oecumenica in 2001. That document, jointly issued by the Conference of European Churches and the Council of European Bishops Conferences recommends the establishment of an ecumenical day prayer for “the preservation of creation”.

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    Rising to the Challenges: Faith Building Regeneration

    Christ Church Cathedral Fredericton
    Photo courtesy of The Anglican Diocese of Fredericton

    Check out the wonderful coverage in the Anglican Diocese of Fredericton news of our recent workshop and tour of the Christ Church Cathedral buildings -- anglican.nb.ca/news/workshop-delves-into-future-of-diocesan-cathedral-buildings

    Boldly exploring the challenge of faith building regeneration and adaptive re-use in Fredericton, NB!

    Next stop? Join us on Nov 3 in Winnipeg, MB to continue the conversation!

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    Connecting Care: Building a Network

    “The protocol is not very complicated; it's just a matter of making sure the doors are wide open for people to come into our air-conditioned environment, and making sure water is available at all times.” — Matthew Pearce, the CEO of Old Brewery Mission
    https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/montreal/matthew-pearce-heat-wave-homeless-1.4732065

    The Lighthouse Project in Hamilton has been building a network of residents and community stakeholders in the interest of preparing neighbours for the impacts of increasing extreme weather events. This network is newly named as Community Resilience to Extreme Weather (CREW) Hamilton.

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