Brentwood Diocesan Laudato Si’ Invitations, Commitments and Actions

Christ the King Chingford

The Launch of Brentwood Diocesan Laudato Si’ Invitations, Commitments and Actions took place during the Weekend of 2nd/3rd October 2021

This document is for every parishioner, young person, priest, deacon, religious sister and brother, parent, grandparent and school pupil in the Diocese. It has now been published and can be accessed at You will find lots of resources such as prayers, links and ideas to help you play your part in practical ways to protect our planet from further damage, by caring for our common home.

For background please see Laudato Si and COP26

Diocesan Prayer

There is a special Diocesan prayer, written for the launch of our Laudato Si’ Invitations, Commitments and Actions; you are warmly welcome to download and pray the prayer It is in a “display version” which will print cleanly so that you can use it at home, in your parish or at school.”

When you visit Christ The King Church please pick up from the table in the porch:

  • a copy of your personal invitation to pray and act, to cherish God’s creation and strive for justice for the world’s poorest people
  • a pledge card so you can commit to the action you choose to take. Please keep the blue part of your card visible at home as a reminder and return the green part to the Church using the post box on the table in the porch. We would like to refer to these commitments by displaying them on a notice board to inspire other people. Your pledges are of course anonymous and a matter between you and God.


Our Commitment at Christ The King Church

We are committed to working towards the LiveSimply Award to increase biodiversity, reduce climate footprint and diminish poverty. If you are interested in helping us with this project please contact us by email: and put LiveSimply as the email subject.

Pope’s Prayer Intention for June 2024

Let us pray that migrants fleeing from war or hunger, forced to undertake journeys fraught with danger and violence, may find welcome and new living opportunities in their host countries.

The Portal Magazine

The Portal is the free online magazine of The Personal Ordinariate of Our Lady of Walsingham, published on the first day of each month. See more You can also listen to a different podcast each Saturday evening via the same link.

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