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Into the Woods

The blizzard was coming down in full force at this point. I again questioned whether this was a bad idea. After driving several miles on a snowy backroad and my car slipping a couple times, I thought about turning around. But something in me kept me going. By Adam Henrichs, Creatio Executive Director Solo camping! […]

Q: What do we do in a time of trial, strife, injustice, pandemic, [insert here]? A: Go on Pilgrimage

When enemy forces stood at the gates of Europe again and again during the Middle Ages, pilgrimage became the battle cry of the Catholic faithful, from noble to peasant. Young Catholic Non-Profits Respond to the Global Crisis in their own Unique Way – or the Way the Church has always responded, with more than 300 […]

Reconnecting with My God: Lenten Testimony from Kim Shields

“Truthfully, I believe this Creatio Experience changed me as I know it also changed my relationship with the Lord.” While most trips are often forgotten about after a short time, I can honestly say the “high” of the trip wore off shortly after mission (as it generally does) but that is not to say my […]

Faith Informing Science: A Catholic Approach to Climate Change

“Understanding is the reward of faith. Therefore, seek not to understand that you may believe, but believe that you may understand.” - St. Augustine of Hippo The scientific data and number of studies concerning climate change are overwhelming. There are climate change deniers and advocates. There are thousands of theories about what’s going wrong (or [...]

Polycarp’s Paradigm on Creatio’s Adventure Mission to Huaraz, Peru

Giving drink to the thirsty! Hear the reflections on a recent Creatio Adventure Mission to Huaraz, Peru by Eric Robinson of Polycarp’s Paradigm. Eric shares on what lead him to join Creatio on this mission and his encounter with Christ through his fellow missionaries and the locals. Ever wonder why we are called to mission? […]

The Call to Catholic Environmental Stewardship

  “Praise be to you, my Lord, through all your creatures” – St. Francis Whether as a student in environmental studies or a lay Catholic trying to navigate the current social climate, there are some days that I just look at the colossus of environmentalism and doubt where to start. From the extremely political messages […]

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