7 December 2021,
On November 14th, on the World Day of the Poor, Pope Francis officially launched the Laudato Si Action Platform. The Laudato Sì Action Platform (LSAP) is an online hub that collects, directs, and coordinates global and local initiatives inspired by the encyclical Laudato Si’. All person can register, from families to parishes and dioceses, schools and universities, hospitals and health care centers, businesses and even NGOs.
The Laudato Si’ Action Platform is a unique collaboration between the Vatican, and an international coalition of Catholic organisations, rooted in the reality of communities around the world. FAFCE is member of the working group on families, and participated to shaping a journey of families in the care for their common home. The commitment of FAFCE directly echoes a recent event the Federation organised on October 25th on “Ecology of the Family and Integral Development”.
Family associations and families themselves are warmly invited to join a 7-years journey to initiative a concrete ecology of the family. Families can enroll and access all three pillars of the LSAP: community, resources and the Laudato si’ action plans.