From the Cincinnati Enquirer of July 21, 2010:

‘The green movement has found fertile ground and concrete applications within the region’s largest religious organization, the Archdiocese of Cincinnati. . .’

‘”What is heartening is that, whether one believes specifically that humans are causing change, most people … agree that we can all be better stewards of God’s creation,” said Tony Stieritz, director of the archdiocese’s Catholic Social Action Commission. “We can all move forward to mitigate our impacts on the earth.’

The article also says that ‘Six smaller organizations within the archdiocese – five parishes and McNicholas High School in Mt. Washington – have applied for and will receive up to $125,000 in matching grants to make energy improvements in the buildings, including new windows and upgraded heating and air conditioning system.’

Read the full story here.