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On Fraternity and Social Friendship (Fratelli Tutti)
Fratelli Tutti


 
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Pope Francis’s prophetic new encyclical speaks directly into the lives of men and women today! This greatly welcomed encyclical is a beautiful reflection on humanity’s path forward to a deeply desired and sought-after peace. Pope Francis addresses his renewed call to universal fraternity “to all people of good will, regardless of their religious convictions.”

Be convinced that you have a crucial part in securing peace! In his letter, the pope delves into the “art and architecture” that builds peace and universal fraternity. Pope Francis studies “the symptoms of an unhealthy society” in this encyclical and has an alternative proposal: “a way of life marked by the flavor of the Gospel.” Amid the “noisy potpourri of facts and opinions” present in today’s world, Pope Francis suggests respectful dialogue and proposes that we answer with “a new vision of fraternity and social friendship.” He assures us that “no single act of love for God will be lost” and reminds us that “everyone has a fundamental role to play” in writing “a new page of history, a page full of hope.”

Reflect on what makes for lasting peace! As he considers the “universal scope” of fraternal love, Pope Francis paints a picture of a social peace of “enduring stability” that draws its sustenance from a culture of encounter and respecting “the truth of our human dignity.” He rebukes “fundamentalist intolerance” and other forms of “shameless aggression” that get in the way of fraternal peace. Pope Francis asks, instead, that we recover kindness and forgiveness, so that we could arise as “stars shining in the midst of darkness.”

Get your copy of the pope’s prophetic new encyclical on fraternity and friendship today!

Also available in Spanish! ¡También disponible en español!

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5 of 5 Fratelli Tutti January 25, 2021
Reviewer: joseph Lupi from Andover, MA United States  


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4 of 5 papal document January 12, 2021
Reviewer: Joseph Barbaccia from San Francisco, CA United States  
Current issues well discussed by Pope.
The English is not as clearly stated as it might be.

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5 of 5 January 10, 2021
Reviewer: Deacon Lou Brune from Gaithersburg, MD United States  
Well-written.

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5 of 5 January 5, 2021
Reviewer: Leanne Koffskey from Easley, SC United States  


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5 of 5 The greatest commandment January 4, 2021
Reviewer: Jamillah Grant, PhD from Kenner, LA United States  
Pope Francis  explained in such detailed  the challenging aspects  fulfilling the commandment to 'Love".   Fratelli Tutti is not a book to read without taking time to digest its profound implications of our society's  lack of love for others. Not only our lack of love but lack of attempting to encounter and lack of seeking to understand others. As I pictured his analogy about the Good Samaritan,   I also pictured instances where our clergy homilies ignored racial injustices or injustices suffered by the poor.  I was amazed and in awe of  the depth of Pope Francis' comprehension of the perils faced by the poor and disenfranchised.  This book should be required reading and discussion for clergy and laity in the services of the Catholic Church, its organizations and institutions.


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