As our congregation has implemented various changes to reduce our plastic consumption and carbon footprint, we’ve been building bridges throughout the congregation, within our sponsored ministries, alongside other organizations and even globally with the United Nations.
Better than recycling, we can help by reducing our plastic consumption in the first place. Swap out some of the products that come into your home in single-use plastic packaging for more sustainable options.
The Congregations of Sisters of St. Joseph Non-Governmental Organization (NGO) attended the United Nations’ second Intergovernmental Negotiating Committee (INC-2) on Plastic Pollution in Paris from May 29 – June 2.
During the Triduum, it seems fitting to highlight the artwork of Sister Anne Pierre Limoges depicting the fourteen stations. These beautiful, yet simple, pieces are rendered in a minimalistic line art style in ink on artist board.
When I lived in Peru, one of the things that I most admired about the Peruvian people are their gifts of compassion and solidarity. I found this to be especially true among people who have limited material resources.