Fratelli tutti: Encyclical Letter of Pope Francis

Fratelli tutti: Encyclical Letter of Pope Francis

What is it?

On Sunday October 4th, 2020, Pope Francis published his third encyclical letter, Fratelli tutti (Brothers and Sisters All). It is a call to disrupt our lives and pay attention to the world. The Holy Father wanted to recognize the inspiration he drew from St. Francis; he urges us to dream together, and dispel the dark clouds of conflicts, suffering, and conformism. 

The encyclical is divided into eight chapters, beginning with "dark clouds cover the world" and ending off with "religion and fraternity."


Who is it for?

Pope Francis intends this encyclical to be accessible and read by all persons, and especially for those who wish to build a more just and fraternal world in their ordinary relationships, in social life, politics and institutions.


How can I read it?

Read the Entire Enyclical Here (Various Languages Available)

Read a Short Summary of the Encyclical Here

Watch below for a brief overview of Fratelli tutti:


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