Category Archives: Sustainability

Wisconsin Province E-News: US Paris Climate Conference

We are now into the final weeks before the UN Paris Climate Conference (COP 21)  which is set to begin on November 30. Below are materials in support of this worldwide conference which hopes to achieve a legally binding universal agreements regarding human-induced climate change:  v  Bishops representing entire globe make appeal to negotiating parties of [...]

Ian Fallon

Dorothy Stang, S.N.D: A Modern Martyr

Dorothy Stang was a Sister of Notre Dame. She was born in the United States, but worked and served poor communities in Brazil from the late 1960’s to February 12th, 2005, when she was murdered. She worked to organize Brazilian peasant farmers through the Pastoral Land Commission, a group that “fights for the rights of [...]

Green Bag Lunch Series: No More Empty Pots

Come to the CCSJ on Friday, February 21st, from 12:30-2 to learn about food sustainability in the Omaha area! The first of the Spring 2014 GreenBag Lunch Series will feature Susan Whitfield of No More Empty Pots. Susan will be giving a presentation and leading a discussion in the CCSJ multi-purpose room. All students, faculty, [...]


Sierra Club

Sustainability: Nebraskans support strong carbon safeguards!

Sierra Club Tell EPA and NDEQ: Nebraskans support strong carbon safeguards! Nebraska has been making big strides on clean energy and on cracking down on fossil fuel pollution. Now you have a chance to lock in that progress and move our state and federal agencies forward on climate starting with the Nebraska Department of Environmental [...]

franciscan advocacy

Fr. Lannon Signs the St. Francis Pledge

As part of Creighton’s St. Francis of Assisi Feast Day Celebration, Fr. Lannon signed the St. Francis Pledge to Care for Creation and the Poor and encouraged attendees to do the same. Below is Lannon’s homily from the Mass and the link the St. Francis Pledge: Homily for the Feast of St. Francis October 4, [...]