Creation Care for Families
Earth Day 2020 Revised Participant Study Guide (free download): This program was originally created to be used by parish or school communities interested in exploring how we as Catholics can respond to the call for urgent action on climate. Given the need for social distancing, it has been revised for use by families.
Sadlier Religion offers free printables for Catholic families in English or in Spanish to use at home to discuss our responsibility to care for our common home.
Caring for the Environment
Caring for the Environment: Free Family Faith-Sharing Guide from Joe Paprocki, D.Min.
Strong catholic Family Faith
Strong Catholic Family Faith has a list of resources on caring for God’s creation.
Creation Justice is an ecumenical ministry that seeks to educate, equip, and mobilize Christian communities to protect and restore God’s creation. They provide a list of 52 very practical ways families can work together to care for creation.
Children and Nature Network
Children and Nature’s mission is to increase equitable access to nature so that children—and natural places—can thrive. They offer 10 suggestions for how faith-based organizations and churches can connect families to the natural world.
Let there be light
Let There Be Light: Creative Activities for Cultivating Gratitude and Care for Creation, by Tracey Herzer.
Teaching kids to care for God’s creation
Teaching Kids to Care for God’s Creation: Reflections, Activities and Prayers for Catechists & Families, by Sr. Mary Elizabeth Clark.