Pope Francis invites us to join the Season of Creation 1st Sept to 4th Oct https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tbK5l8OcjJg&fbclid=IwAR2oExhKzp5hu-6-06ElCMbIK2qN5MC4xIM1hu9aDSuoOM1BlbbIbpTBbrY For the 2020 Season of Creation, the suggested theme is “Jubilee for the Earth: New Rhythms, New Hope.” Owing to Covid restrictions the J&P Group will not be having any display or resources available in church during this Sept. but for info.on how you can play your part in the season visit these sites https://seasonofcreation.org/about/#2020theme
Pope Francis urges ‘sharing,’ not ‘plundering’ creation in video message and Patriarch Bartholomew calls to live without destroying the environment The direct link to Pope Francis’s you tube video is;
Novena of St Francis for a World Under Threat. During the Season of Creation we’re asked to use Nine brief reflections asking St Francis of Assisi to pray for us and our world, based on his beautiful Canticle of the Sun.
This novena is a song of penitence and praise, guiding us to care for the earth and for our most vulnerable sisters and brothers, especially the Amazon peoples. They are currently under grave risk from coronavirus, given their fragile situation, often in remote locations far from government services.
Use these video prayers over nine days or at nine moments of personal prayer. Each has four phases: Canticle; Amazon voice; penitential prayer; plea for intercession.
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