Are You Ready For The Climate Change World Prayer Day?

We can add this one on to Earth Day, Earth Hour, and all the various other spreading awareness times that accomplish nothing but make Warmists feel smug in righteousness, and then go right back to their big carbon footprint ways

Global prayer day for Earth

When the representatives of several faith communities gather in Albany on Thursday for the World Day of Prayer for the Care of Creation, it will demonstrate how far environmentalism has moved into the mainstream of religious and political life.

Unfortunately, this is almost solely about Hotcoldwetdry, not environmentalism.

After all, the history of religion and environmentalism in America has been overwhelmingly Protestant. John Muir, Henry David Thoreau and Theodore Roosevelt were Protestant environmentalists. But they lived at a time when people of other faiths sometimes had difficulty entering the mainstream conversation.

They cared about the actual environment, not a made up issue that turns the environment into a lower level issue.

The World Day of Prayer for the Care of Creation was instituted for Catholics last year by Pope Francis. Bishop Edward Scharfenberger of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Albany will be the featured speaker. Representatives of other religions will offer prayers, scripture readings and comments about what their communities are doing. It will take place from 1 to 7 p.m. Thursday at the Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception, at Eagle Street and Madison Avenue.

It will be held September 1st. And we’ll see lots of Warmists taking fossil fueled trips to church and such to whine about fossil fuels. If only they’d spend more time being concerned about real issues, but, much like so many other segments, religion is being destroyed from within by liberals.

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