Category Archives: Reverend Catie Scudera

Climate Resilience

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Prayer Vigil for the Earth, Needham Common, Massachusetts, 4 June 2017

“Avoiding [in excess of] 2 degrees [Celsius] warming `is now totally unrealistic.”’ Led by our own UU Needham Reverand Catie Scudera, with Reverand Daryn Bunce Stylianopoulos of the First Baptist Church of Needham, and Reverend Jim Mitulski of the Congregational … Continue reading

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