We need to tell the World about our vulnerability and our care for our environment, not only talking about climate change but caring for the earth is the bigger reason behind everything.
The head of the Catholic Church in Fiji, Archbishop Peter Loy Chong made this statement during the 62nd diamond jubilee celebration.
The Archbishop says they are looking forward to supporting Pope Francis’ global campaign themed “Together We Can” on his vision for an integral ecology that will be held next Friday.
During the celebration at the Sacred Heart College, the Archbishop says the campaign will symbolise one of the things that speak the more scientific and academic language, which is the artist with the symbolic languages.
He says with the scientific and academic language, they have the capacity, power and reach to touch the imagination and the heart of people in a more powerful way to advocate for climate change.
He added that in this show, they are using these languages in singing songs, performing some dance, poetry and storytelling.
The Archbishop says what they want to communicate from the dance and singing songs is our vulnerability and that we are weak and need help.
The Tagi Movement’s production project is initiated by Archbishop Peter Loy Chong's vision for a socially and ecologically transformed Oceania.
The campaign's theme is `Our home is on fire, act now and will be held at the FMF National Gymnasium.
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