What Would Jesus Do?

Posted on May 27, 2015 in CAS3 2019 - Our Youth Summit, News
What Would Jesus Do?

This article was written by Catholic Earthcare staff member and youth engagement officer Tess Corkish.  She explores why she thinks Jesus would be an environmental activist and how her activism is the embodiment of her faith. It was first published in The Good Oil, the e-magazine of the Good Samaritan Sister.  I decided to become a vegetarian in a rickety old ute, on a bumpy road on a small island of Vanuatu called Tanna. (You may recognise the island of […]

Catholic Earthcare Youth Network launched

Posted on Jan 21, 2015 in CAS3 2019 - Our Youth Summit, Networks
Catholic Earthcare Youth Network launched

Catholic Earthcare is proud to announce that we are launching a new Youth Network in 2015. We are strong advocates for taking practical action to protect Creation. We believe that young people have the most to lose in this fight for the future of our planet, but also the most to gain from engaging with all sectors of the community around biodiversity, water security and climate change. Twenty-one year old Tess Corkish, the youngest member of the Catholic Earthcare team, will be coordinating the Network.  She says: […]

Australian Catholic Youth Festival, Adelaide 2015

Posted on Jan 16, 2015 in CAS3 2019 - Our Youth Summit, Schools
Australian Catholic Youth Festival, Adelaide 2015

We would like to encourage our Youth Network to attend the Australian Catholic Youth Festival, which will be held in Adelaide from the 3rd – 5th of December 2015. The Festival is run by the Australian Catholic Bishops’ Conference to “Provide young people with an opportunity to deepen their relationship with Jesus, be empowered to be disciples in the world today and encounter and celebrate the vitality of the Church in Australia.” Young people from Year 9 up to those of 25 years of age […]


CAS3 2019 – Our Youth Summit resources

  • Encyclical Youth Workshops

    From July, Catholic Earthcare will be offering a unique opportunity for school students to learn about what Laudato Si’ means for them.