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World Day of Prayer for Creation is Sept. 1

Posted on August 22, 2021 in: Reflections

World Day of Prayer for Creation is Sept. 1

God, our Father, is the Creator of the heavens and the earth!

God has entrusted creation to the care of humankind. We are called to cultivate and steward the earth with wisdom, manage its resources well, and respectfully care for the creatures of the earth.

Say this prayer for our common home:

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¡Dios, nuestro Padre, es el Creador del cielo y de la tierra!

Dios ha confiado el cuidado de la creación a los seres humanos. Estamos llamados a cultivar y a ser sabios guardianes de la tierra, a administrar bien sus recursos y a cuidar respetuosamente a las criaturas de la tierra.

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