The Sisters of the Precious Blood are part of the inaugural group of Laudato Si community recipients in the Archdiocese of Cincinnati. The CPPS Congregation is among 12 other parishes, congregations and organizations who have demonstrated a commitment to sustainability and to engaging community members in creation care education. The Laudato Si community recipients will be recognized in a prayer service with the Archbishop on June 18th at 7-8:30 p.m. at Good Shepherd parish (8815 E. Kemper Rd.), Cincinnati.
The service will be followed by a showing of the Archdiocesan Climate Change Task Force’s new promotional video and a social, catered by Venice on Vine (Power Inspires Progress). Recipients include: St. Anthony (Madisonville), Bellarmine Chapel, St. Charles Borromeo (Kettering), Church of the Nativity of Our Lord, St. Columban, Community of the Good Shepherd, Glenmary Home Missioners, St. Joseph/St. Raphael (Springfield), Mercy Montessori Center, St. Monica-St. George Parish Newman Center, Mount St. Joseph University, Sisters of Charity of Cincinnati, and Sisters of the Precious Blood.
By Colleen Kammer
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