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Faith and Climate Action (Presentation and Panel)

Event date(s): 
30 November, 2016 - 19:00 - 21:30

Newman Theological College, Gathering Area
10012-84 Street NW, Edmonton T6A 0B2

In the encyclical Laudato Si’, Pope Francis has asked as to begin a new dialogue, a conversation that “includes everyone”, “ each according to his or her own culture, experience, involvements and talents”.

On November 30th join us at Newman Theological College to learn about faith-driven, local and accessible responses to the global challenge of ecological justice and caring for our common home.

Presentations by :

  • Steven Guilbeault, Co-Founder and Senior Director, Equiterre
  • Sister Jeannette Filthaut, Sister of Providence, Program Facilitator and Spiritual Director
  • Mary Matchee, Matchee Consulting: Urban Indianz and Rez Kids Clothing
  • Ryan Mason, Farmer and Co-Owner of Reclaim Urban Farm and Vice Chair of Holy Spirit Lutheran Church
  • Christina Kruszewski, Top 30 under 30 recognized for commitment to Climate Action

Moderated by :

  • Sara Farid, Regional Coordinator, Development and Peace – Caritas Canada
  • Randolph Haluza-DeLay, Associate Professor of Sociology at The King's University


This is a free, public event. Donations are appreciated, and will go towards education and advocacy programs for climate justice.


Sara Farid
(587) 224 9017

Event Page on Facebook

Come learn about faith-driven, local and accessible actions of ecological justice and caring for our common home.