People In Poverty, Environment Face Toxic Realities That Demand United Action, Says Villanova Panel

Perhaps the strongest message to emerge from Villanova University’s April 18 Second Annual Anti-Poverty Symposium — “Unitas in Action: Fighting Poverty and Living Sustainably” — is that the intersection between poverty and environmental destruction is no coincidence. In the global chain of pollution and profit, poor communities are almost always adversely and disproportionately impacted.

Study Finds Most Catholics View Climate Change as Serious Worry

According to a Pew Research Center survey, highly religious respondents — those who regularly attend services and consider faith to be a central part of their daily lives — are far less likely to be worried about climate change than people who are not as religious.

Seattle Archdiocese Redeveloping Property Into Affordable Housing

The Archdiocese of Seattle and its St. James Cathedral will sell and redevelop four properties in the city’s First Hill neighborhood as part of a project that aims to create affordable housing and steer the neighborhood towards carbon neutrality.