1 PRESENTER NOTES This PowerPoint has been developed to raise awareness of the key messages of Pope Francis Encyclical Laudato Si (Praised Be): On the Care of our Common Home, released on 18 th June This Encyclical is a clarion call to all faithful and people of good will, to respond to the need to work towards greater ecological (environmental and human) justice. The presentation is split into two sections: the first is a backgrounder on the key messages of the Encyclical, the calls to action, and how we can respond. The second is a prayer and reflection based on St Francis of Assisi s Canticle of Creation the inspiration for the Encyclical s title. Please note: There is a link to a video on one of the slides. You will need an internet connection to watch the video. It will open in a separate browser. This is a PowerPoint saved as PDF. To view like a PPT, open in View>Full Screen mode.
2 LAUDATO SI (PRAISED BE TO YOU): ON THE CARE OF OUR COMMON HOME
3 OUR COMMON HOME Pope Francis has released a new Encyclical, entitled Laudato Si : On the Care of Our Common Home. An encyclical is a letter circulated by the Pope to Catholic churches worldwide. It is also addressed to all people of good will. Papal encyclicals provide analysis, in the light of the Gospel and of the Tradition of the Church, on relevant issues for the faithful. All of us can cooperate as instruments of God for the care of creation, each according to his or her own culture, experience, involvements and talents. 
4 WHAT IS AN ENCYCLICAL?
5 OUR COMMON HOME CARRYING THE LEGACY FORWARD There has always been a deep green streak in Catholic teaching and spirituality. Pope Francis encyclical is carrying this legacy forward to address the challenges we face in the 21 st century. 13 th Century: St Francis of Assisi s Canticle of Creation 1990: St John Paul II devotes World Day of Peace message to environmental themes. 2010: Pope Benedict XVI says there will be neither justice nor peace without strong environmental commitment. 2015: Pope Francis carries the legacy forward with the launch of Laudato Si.
6 OVERVIEW The whole Encyclical captures the interconnectedness of social, economic and environmental justice in building and protecting Our Common Home. The Pope highlights the intimate relationship between the poor and the fragility of the planet. Protecting the planet requires an integrated approach to combating poverty, restoring dignity to the excluded, and at the same time protecting nature. Photo credit: Isabel Corthier, Caritas International, Belgium
7 SUMMARY OF KEY MESSAGES The encyclical: Accepts the scientific consensus that global warming and climate change are real, and That human activity is the root cause of this ecological crisis (and therefore the solution also lies with us). We must regain the conviction that we need one another, that we have a shared responsibility for others and the world, and that being good and decent are worth it. 
8 SUMMARY OF KEY MESSAGES The encyclical also: Highlights the fact that the world s poor often bear the most severe consequences of climatic disruption hear both the cry of the earth and the cry of the poor  Addresses climate change as a human rights issue: those who are the least responsible for carbon emissions are the most impacted, and therefore their rights and dignity need to be upheld through concerted efforts and action Photo credit: Richard Wainwright
9 THE CARITAS RESPONSE The following few slides introduce three communities affected by climate change around the world: Gusto s in Bangladesh, Martina s in the Solomon Islands, and Rowan s in remote rural Australia. They are stories of hope and resilience, which indicate how we are working with local partners to mitigate the effects of climate change through innovation and creativity.
16 What can we do?
17 CALL TO ACTION This Encyclical calls for a change to the political landscape, but above all in individual hearts through the reorientation of our lives and attitudes to live more simply and sustainably. Humanity still has the ability to work together in building our common home.  The focus is on the Common Good: that our responsibility as good stewards of creation is to care for our world and not steal resources from future generations, or impact on our brothers and sisters around the world living in poverty.
18 Society, through nongovernmental organisations and intermediate groups, must put pressure on governments to develop more rigorous regulations, procedures and controls. 
19 CHANGING HEARTS AND MINDS Pope Francis calls for a revolution of our hearts and minds, for a transformation of our societies and individual lifestyles, to live in harmony with God s creation. He challenges the modern myth of unlimited material progress. He asks us to redefine our notion of progress and rethink our current public values which put financial and economic growth before ecology and the needs of the most vulnerable communities and people. If we can overcome individualism, we will truly be able to develop a different lifestyle and bring about significant changes in society. 
20 WHAT CAN WE DO? We should aim to choose simpler and more sustainable lifestyle choices. For example, we can: Decrease the amount of waste we produce, and make sure to reduce, reuse, recycle Switch to renewable energy sources Consider taking public transport, carpooling, walk, run, cycle Plant trees Turn off lights when not in use Photo credits: Erin Johnson
21 TAKE ACTION: HEARTS 4 CLIMATE Take part in Caritas Hearts 4 Climate to make your own personal pledge for climate justice and send a clear message to our Prime Minister that, out of love and compassion, you are asking for strong climate action. Send a love letter for climate justice to our PM. Go to:
22 VIDEO STEWARDSHIP OF CREATION Explore more at
23 We are the first generation that can end poverty, and the last generation that can avoid the worst impacts of climate change. - Ban Ki-moon, United Nations Secretary General
24 PRAYER AND REFLECTION Based on St Francis of Assisi s Canticle of Creation (also known as the Canticle of the Sun or Canticle of Creatures ), and reflecting on the stories of hope and resilience from three of Caritas Australia s partner organisations. The response is May you be praised (Laudato Si )
25 Most high, all powerful, all good Lord! All praise is Yours, all glory, all Be honour, praised, and my Lord, all blessing. through all Your creatures, especially through my lord Brother Sun, who brings the day; and You give light through him. And he is beautiful and radiant in all his splendour! Of You, Most High, he bears the likeness.
26 Be praised, my Lord, through all Your creatures, especially through my lord Brother Sun, who brings the day; and You give light through him. And he is beautiful and radiant in all his splendour! Of You, Most High, he bears the likeness.
27 Be praised, my Lord, through all Your creatures, especially through my lord Brother Sun, who brings the day; and You give light through him. And he is beautiful and radiant in all his Today we reflect on our brothers splendour! and sisters around the world most vulnerable to Of extreme You, Most poverty High, he and injustice, and particularly those bears who the are likeness. already experiencing the effects of climate change.
28 We give thanks for the stories of hope and resilience coming from the communities with whom Caritas Australia We give you thanks for Gusto s community works. Communities in Bangladesh, which has rebuilt after like the the ones in devastating cyclone Aila in Bangladesh, We give thanks Australia that, with support from Caritas and Australia, the Solomon the community now has renewable fresh Islands, water where supplies, people and is using more sustainable practices like Gusto, that Rowan are and renewing the local environment Martina and protecting are working crops to in the wake of future disasters. mitigate the effects of May your name be praised. climate change. May you be praised.
29 Be We praised, my Lord, through Brothers Wind and Air, and We give give thanks clouds thanks for and storms, for the the ancient culture of the First Peoples of Australia, and all the weather, through which ancient You culture give Your of creatures the sustenance. For First their Peoples deep of connection Australia, with, and respect for, the land, For their moon deep and connection stars; May with, Be we and praised, humbly respect learn my for, Lord, from the their through traditions Sister as Moon we work land, and to moon care the and stars; for stars; your in creation. the heavens You have May made we you humbly be them praised. learn bright, from precious and beautiful. their traditions as we work to care for your creation. May you be praised.
30 Be We praised, give thanks my Lord, for the through ancient Brothers culture Wind of and the First Air, and We clouds give thanks and storms, for the Peoples of Australia, and all the weather, through which ancient You culture give Your of the creatures First sustenance. For Peoples their deep of Australia, connection for with, and respect for, the land, their deep moon and connection stars; May with, we and humbly respect learn for, from the their traditions as we work land, to moon care and for your stars; creation. May you we humbly be praised. learn from their traditions as we work to care for your creation. May you be praised.
31 Be praised, my Lord, through Brothers Wind and Air, and clouds and storms, and all the weather, through which You give Your creatures sustenance. Be praised, my Lord, through Brothers Wind and Air, and clouds and storms, and all the weather, through which You give Your creatures sustenance.
32 Be praised, my Lord, through all Your creatures, especially through my lord Brother Sun, who brings the day; and You give light through him. And he is beautiful and radiant in all his We give you thanks for splendour! Gusto s community in Bangladesh, which has Of rebuilt You, Most after High, the he devastating cyclone Aila bears in the likeness.
33 May your name be praised. We give you thanks for Gusto s community in Bangladesh, which has rebuilt after the devastating cyclone Aila in We give thanks that, We give with thanks support from that, Caritas with support Australia, from the Caritas community Australia, now the has community renewable now fresh has water renewable supplies, and fresh is using water more supplies, sustainable and is practices using more that are renewing sustainable the local practices environment that are and renewing protecting the crops local in environment the wake of and future protecting disasters. crops in the wake of future disasters. May your name be praised. May your name be praised.
34 Be Be praised, praised, my my Lord, Lord, through through Sister Sister Water; Water; she is she very is very useful, useful, and and humble, humble, and precious, and precious, and pure. and pure.
35 We thank you for communities in Bangladesh who have learnt new techniques that allow them to use the same fresh water to grow rice and farm fish in one field. May you be praised.
36 Be praised, my Lord, through Brother Fire, through whom You brighten the night. He is beautiful and cheerful, and powerful and strong.
37 We We give give thanks thanks for for communities in remote in remote rural Australia, rural Australia, whose traditional whose owners are are now able to to care care for for the the land land using and continue traditional to land live there, thanks management to the Aboriginal practices, Carbon giving Fund them project. a secure May livelihood. you be praised. May you be praised.
38 Be praised, my Lord, through our sister Mother Earth, who feeds us and rules us, and produces various fruits with coloured flowers and herbs.
39 We give thanks for the communities of Bangladesh living on fertile land most vulnerable to extreme weather. May their commitment and innovation in adapting to sustainable farming inspire us to renew our lives and use resources responsibly so all may benefit from the fruits of the earth. May you be praised. We give thanks for the communities of Bangladesh living on fertile land most vulnerable to extreme weather. May their commitment and innovation in adapting to sustainable farming inspire us to renew our lives and use resources responsibly so all may benefit from the fruits of the earth. May you be praised.
40 Be praised, my Lord, through those who forgive for love of You; through those who endure sickness and trial. We recognise that the effects of climate change are already being felt around the world, and include growing risks to human health and livelihoods. We thank you that, through our actions, we can work towards climate justice. May you be praised.
41 Happy are those who endure in peace, for by You, Most High, they will be crowned.
42 We give thanks for Martina and her community We give thanks for Martina and her community in the Solomon Islands as they teach children in the Solomon Islands as they teach children and families their nursery rhymes and songs of and families their nursery rhymes and songs to preparedness for natural disasters. prepare for natural disasters.
43 May they grow in strength and resilience and may May we they grow grow in our in understanding strength and of resilience how our actions and may are we connected grow in to our the understanding wellbeing of our of one how global our human actions family. are connected to the wellbeing of our one global human family. May you be praised. May you be praised.
44 May they grow in strength and resilience and may May we they grow grow Praise in our in strength understanding bless and my resilience of how our and actions may we are grow connected Lord, in our and understanding to give the thanks, wellbeing of how of our our one actions global are human and connected serve family. Him to the with wellbeing of our one global human family. May you be praised. great humility. Amen. May you be praised.
45 Photo credits for prayer and reflection slides: Caritas Australia, Richard Wainwright, Kowanyama Land Office
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