LifeSiteNews: A Summary of the Pope’s New Encyclical on ‘Human Fraternity’

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Fratelli Tutti promotes ‘global governance’ when it comes to migration, says there’s a need to prevent the United Nations ‘from being delegitimized,’ and doubles down on the Pope’s opposition to the death penalty. It also suggests adherents to all different religions are beneficial to society.

By Dorothy Cummings McLean, John-Henry Westen, LifeSiteNews, Oct 5, 2020

VATICAN CITY, October 5, 2020 (LifeSiteNews)  ― In his new encyclical, Pope Francis calls for a “new world” in which all men and women are brothers and sisters.

The long document—287 articles laid out in 8 chapters—transmits the Argentinian pontiff’s philosophy of “fraternity” and his dream for a world in which everyone treats everyone else as if they were members of a “single family.”

Its subject matter ranging from consumerism to capital punishment, Fratelli Tutti’s principal sources are Pope Francis’ own speeches and interviews. Bracketed by references to his recent collaboration with Grand Iman Ahmed Al-Tayyeb, the work is addressed not specifically to Christians but to “all people of good will.”  ….

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