Vatican: ‘Climate Crisis Is Bringing the Whole of Humanity to Its Knees’

The Catholic Church is continuing to advance fearmongering about an alleged “climate crisis.”

As Slay News has reported, Pope Francis has been ramping up globalist rhetoric to advance the green agenda by promoting debunked claims about “global warming.”

Earlier this month, the pope warned that the human race is becoming an “enemy of itself and of the planet.”

Francis issued the anti-human warning before world leaders during the first-ever papal address at a G-7 conference.

During a Vatican press conference this week to present Pope Francis’s message for the World Day of Care for Creation, the Catholic Church doubled down on this agenda.

Father Alberto Ravagnani said that the so-called “climate crisis” is allegedly a “dramatic provocation to our humanity.”

Ravagnani argued that when creation suffers, we all suffer.

“The climate crisis is bringing the whole of humanity to its knees,” he declared.

The “global warming” narrative “is particularly close to the hearts of today’s young people, because the current climate crisis looms over their future and that of their children as an increasingly inescapable threat,” the priest warned.

Green agenda issues are included in youth ministry for the formation of the faith of the new generations, he said.

He explained that faith “kindles hope and mobilizes action, so as to generate new works for the good of the environment.”

For Christians, the “climate crisis” theme is “essential,” he asserted.

Ravagnani claimed that the green agenda is related to our identity as creatures.

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This “climate crisis” theme “will be a point of contact between the Church and society, between believers and non-believers, from which to join forces and walk together with all men and women of goodwill toward a better world,” he said.

Because of their online activity, young people are more open to climate narratives, he suggested.

He notes that the Internet is “very sensitive to environmental issues and it is precisely through social media that environmental movements have started and developed and are already promoting a new ecological culture.”

In a similar vein, Sister Alessandra Smerilli warned those present of a “worsening climate crisis.”

According to Smerilli, the “climate crisis”  is giving rise to an “urgent call to conversion,” which calls for a reversal of humanity’s course.

“What is most concrete, visible, earthly – what the air, the water, the Earth and the poor cry out to us in their suffering – is intimately connected to a revolution of the spirit,” Sister Smerilli stated.

“It is this event that breaks the causal chains that seem to predetermine the fate of the world.”

A radical sense of communion with all creatures makes the “cry of the Earth and of the living” heard, she said.

She continued by voicing “a need for salvation and redemption that today has only become infinitely more acute, through the responsibility of human beings.”

Another speaker at the Vatican event, María Lía Zervino, took the occasion to praise the Fossil Fuel Non-Proliferation Treaty.

The treaty “has been supported by many religious leaders and nations vulnerable to the climate crisis,” Zervino asserted.

“Our hope allows us to see what is now invisible, a world free from the fossil fuel monopoly,” she insisted.

“Hope alone is not enough” because what is needed is “a conversion of lifestyles,” Zervino added.

READ MORE – Pope Francis Warns Humanity Is ‘Turning into an Enemy of Itself and the Planet’

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By Frank Bergman

Frank Bergman is a political/economic journalist living on the east coast. Aside from news reporting, Bergman also conducts interviews with researchers and material experts and investigates influential individuals and organizations in the sociopolitical world.

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