We're All Part of God's Plan(et)

We’re All Part of God’s Plan(et) is a national Laudato Si’ awareness and engagement campaign for U.S. Catholics to care for creation and participate in the Vatican’s Laudato Si’ Action PlatformLearn what the Church is doing in these seven sectors and how you can be a part of God’s plan, since we are all part of God’s planet.

The Seven U.S. Sectors

Celebrating LSAP Champions

We are proud to highlight these U.S.-based groups that have already registered action on the Laudato Si’ Action Platform!

  • Immaculate Conception Church (Durham North Carolina)

    Parishes and dioceses
  • St. Francis of Assisi Pathways for Justice ministry (Sacramento California)

    Organizations and groups
  • St. Thomas Aquinas Catholic Church (INDIANAPOLIS Indiana)

    Parishes and dioceses
  • St. John Neumann Parish (Reston Virginia)

    Parishes and dioceses
  • Diocese of Davenport (Davenport Iowa)

    Parishes and dioceses
  • FemCN (Bnxib New York)

    Economic sector
  • St John the Evangelist (Seattle Washington)

    Parishes and dioceses

Share Laudato Si stories of workers and small and large businesses, farms, co-operatives and others. From sustainable practices to supporting integral ecology, businesses have a big role to play. For more information about how the U.S. Catholic community can engage with the economic sector of the Laudato Si' Action Platform, please visit the websites for the Francesco Collaborative and Faith Invest.

From hosting student clubs, offering courses, operating centers of sustainability, supporting student actions and more, schools, universities, and other centers of education are leading the way.

Families, young adults and individuals of all ages are the fastest-growing sector registering for the Platform! Be inspired by what individuals and families are doing and share your story or your family's story!

Hospitals, clinics, and other healthcare centers are at the center of human health, ecological health, sustainability, business and community. Learn how Catholic faith and health leaders are promoting Laudato Si.

Catholic, interfaith and other nonprofits, lay movements, communities, foundations, and others are working independently and together to integrate care for creation, climate, faith and action into everything they do.

Parishes, dioceses, archdioceses, and episcopal conferences are some of the most active groups integrating Laudato Si teachings, prayers, advocacy and group activities into their programming and worship.

Religious orders, provinces, and communities have been a very committed sector to Laudato Si, integrating work and building networks even before the Platform was launched. Learn more and be inspired by their work!

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"Just as when, united as one body of Christ, we are a reflection of God's love. Caring for our common home makes us all part of God's Plan(et)..."