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Exploring the Influence of the Laudato Si Movement


Register 2021-02-25 13:00 2021-02-25 14:00 America/New_York Exploring the Influence of the Laudato Si Movement

Presenter: Sr. Carol DeAngelo, SC (New York) Carol De Angelo is a Sister of Charity of New York, has a Masters Degree in Social Work from Yeshiva University and a Masters of Divinity from Seton Hall University, New Jersey. Carol is a GreenFaith Fellow. She is involved in several Sisters of Charity Federation/Vincentian groups such as: Sisters of Charity Federation NGO Liaisons; Vincentian Family Social Justice Representatives Group; and Charity Earth Network which publishes a CEN Newsletter three times a year. Currently, Carol serves as Director of the Office of Peace, Justice and Integrity of Creation for her Congregation. Carol has ministered n parish, health care and family-based services, Congregation and mission leadership, eco-spirituality and mentoring. Her life experiences are influenced by the people with whom she has journeyed. They call her to living a faith that is grounded in contemplative action, the 13.8 billion year history of our evolving Universe, organizational development and systemic change. Pope Francis’ call in Laudato Si’ – to listen to the song of Creation and the cries of the Earth and its people, and to respond in hope – and more recently, Fratelli Tutti, inform her ongoing gospel call and response. Carol is part of a growing grassroots movement to bring Laudato Si’ to life through raising awareness, advocating, networking and collaborating with many people and groups, two of which are Metro New York Catholic Climate Movement (MNY CCM) and ROAR (Religious Organizations Along the River).  

Presenter: Sr. Carol DeAngelo, SC (New York)

Carol De Angelo is a Sister of Charity of New York, has a Masters Degree in Social Work from Yeshiva University and a Masters of Divinity from Seton Hall University, New Jersey. Carol is a GreenFaith Fellow. She is involved in several Sisters of Charity Federation/Vincentian groups such as: Sisters of Charity Federation NGO Liaisons; Vincentian Family Social Justice Representatives Group; and Charity Earth Network which publishes a CEN Newsletter three times a year.

Currently, Carol serves as Director of the Office of Peace, Justice and Integrity of Creation for her Congregation. Carol has ministered n parish, health care and family-based services, Congregation and mission leadership, eco-spirituality and mentoring. Her life experiences are influenced by the people with whom she has journeyed. They call her to living a faith that is grounded in contemplative action, the 13.8 billion year history of our evolving Universe, organizational development and systemic change.

Pope Francis’ call in Laudato Si’ – to listen to the song of Creation and the cries of the Earth and its people, and to respond in hope – and more recently, Fratelli Tutti, inform her ongoing gospel call and response. Carol is part of a growing grassroots movement to bring Laudato Si’ to life through raising awareness, advocating, networking and collaborating with many people and groups, two of which are Metro New York Catholic Climate Movement (MNY CCM) and ROAR (Religious Organizations Along the River).