Orange County sisters create action plan for clean water
Sisters of St. Joseph of Orange will work through prayer, education, action, and advocacy

In Laudato Si’, Pope Francis’ encyclical on care for our common home, we are invited “to see nature as a magnificent book in which God speaks to us and grants us a glimpse of his infinite beauty and goodness”

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Calif. priest details ‘catastrophic risks’ in artificial intelligence
Father Phillip Larrey from Mountain View says genie of ChatGPT not going back in bottle

The people behind chatbots are asking questions of priests and ethicists rather than turning to their artificially intelligent creations. They want to know: What is consciousness? What is the nature of humanity? What is the purpose of life?

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San Diego Diocese: take cloth bags to the grocery store
Creation Care Ministry calls Catholics to cut single-use plastics

….Creation Care Ministry is calling all Catholics in our diocese this year to give up or reduce use of what are known as “single-use” plastics. We’re hoping that this habit sticks! How might this transform your relationship with the Lord?

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San Diego Jesuits push for zero emission trucks in Barrio Logan
Diocese’s Creation Care Team Network joins fight against Mitsubishi cement warehouse

As the new year begins, the fate of a proposed cement warehouse that would significantly increase diesel truck traffic through Barrio Logan is uncertain. What is certain is that a coalition of neighborhood residents, people of faith

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Diocese of San Diego offers Christmas-themed “creation care” suggestions
Office for Life, Peace and Justice says to set out birdseed, use LED lights, watch Christmas movie

The following is a Southern Cross article by Christina Bagaglio Slentz. Slentz is the (San Diego) diocesan Office for Life, Peace and Justice’s associate director for Creation Care Ministry.

The days grow  dark earlier and

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