Would you stop eating beef to save the planet?
An old idea is new again: water fountains

Green Power: An option that makes sense

The Diocese of Southern Ohio will have all power for its buildings from 100% renewable power products by the end of this month. When you flip a light switch at Procter Center, Diocesan House, Gabriel’s Place, or the Latino Ministry Center in Forest Park, the l...

Gardens a vision at St. James

Some of the beautiful flowers in the gardens surrounding St. James, Piqua. The grounds of St. James, Piqua, are a vision to see when looking at the church from a distance. The gardens in the spring and summ...

A call to advocacy: Educate, Illuminate and Elevate

In telling my story about how I became a creation care activist, I shared how I felt a call to action to work for environmental sustainability and justice. After 10 years in this ministry, I feel the “urgency of now,” to quote Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Now i...

How I became an Eco-activist

When I decided to attend the weeklong Kenyon Conference in the summer of 2007, I just wanted to learn more about the UN’s Millennial Development Goals (MDGs). Instead I had a conversion experience. The bisho...

Growing food justice

For eighteen years, the St. Paul’s, Dayton, Youth Mission trip has been out of town. Traditionally it has been a summer week away, for nine years in Athens County and for nine years in the Cumberland Mountains ...