Jessie Dye

Earth Ministry

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Program and outreach director of Earth Ministry and Washington Interfaith Power & Light, an ecumenical group that promotes environmental awareness and stewardship

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In September, Pope Francis is scheduled to meet with President Obama and make an address to Congress.

Pope's Urgent Call for Action on Climate Change

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