We are excited to announce a series of discussions and presentations on Pope Francis' Encyclical Fratelli Tutti. Lastly, Francis quotes the “Document on Human Fraternity for World Peace and Living Together”, which he signed on 4 February 2019 in Abu Dhabi, along with the Grand Imam of Al-Azhar, Ahmad Al-Tayyib: from that milestone of interreligious dialogue, the Pontiff returns to the appeal that, in the name of human fraternity, dialogue be adopted as the way, common cooperation as conduct, and mutual knowledge as method and standard (see Par 285). If every human being possesses an inalienable dignity, if all people are my brothers and sisters, and if the world truly belongs to everyone, then it matters little whether my neighbour was born in my country or elsewhere. In the first of eight chapters, which is entitled “Dark Clouds over a Closed World”, the document reflects on the many distortions of the contemporary era: the manipulation and deformation of concepts such as democracy, freedom, justice; the loss of the meaning of the social community and history; selfishness and indifference toward the common good; the prevalence of a market logic based on profit and the culture of waste; unemployment, racism, poverty; the disparity of rights and its aberrations such as slavery, trafficking, women subjugated and then forced to abort, organ trafficking (see Par 10-24). Quietly at the tomb of St. Francis, after celebrating an unembellished Mass in honor of the great saint on the eve of his feast, Pope Francis signed his new encyclical letter, Fratelli tutti. [25], The encyclical asserts that "[r]acism is a virus that quickly mutates and, instead of disappearing, goes into hiding, and lurks in waiting." - Pope Francis, Fratelli Tutti, paragraph 46. ‘Fratelli Tutti’ at 287 paragraphs plus a prayer seems to be at least 16% longer than ‘Laudato Si’ at 246 paragraphs and a prayer. www.vatican.va. The second, “The Encyclical,” gives people the possibility of downloading the text of the Encyclical in the available languages, and to review the 4 October video conference held in the New Hall of the Synod in the Vatican. [8][9] Francis's trip to Assisi was his first outside Rome since the beginning of COVID-19 pandemic,[10][11] but his fourth visit to the city as pope. "[26] He says that migrants should also benefit from love, and quoted the USCCB's 2018 pastoral letter against racism, saying that there are some rights that "precede any society because they flow from the dignity granted to each person as created by God". In FT, Pope Francis stresses that fraternity and friendship in society are the means to build a better, fairer and more peaceful world. To share and learn more about Catholic Social Teaching, download the following resources for adults and children. Edition English. It's not a beach read. However, the Italian phrase has the common connotation of "all of humanity" and is, by default, inclusive. He furthermore states that other cultures "are not 'enemies' from which we need to protect ourselves. From the sixth chapter, “Dialogue and friendship in society”, further emerges the concept of life as the “art of encounter” with everyone, even with the world’s peripheries and with original peoples, because “each of us can learn something from others. In the eighth and final chapter, the Pontiff focuses on “Religions at the service of fraternity in our world” and emphasizes that terrorism is not due to religion but to erroneous interpretations of religious texts, as well as “policies linked to hunger, poverty, injustice, oppression” (Par 282-283). Dioceses, parishes and faith groups in Ireland and around the world need to take this encyclical and make it their own. English These documents prepared by the Vatican provide a helpful introduction to Pope Francis' third encyclical, Fratelli Tutti: On Fraternity and Social Friendship. Pope Francis signed his new encyclical, titled “Fratelli Tutti,” in English, “All Brothers,” on fraternity and social friendship. [46], José Horacio Gómez, president of the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops, says the encyclical proposes a challenge "to overcome the individualism in our culture and to serve our neighbors in love". Fratelli Tutti is an important document that will only bear fruit if it is taken up and deliberated on the in the synodal spirit of Francis himself, says Gerry O’Hanlon. Fratelli tutti Summary Shadows over the closed world (Ch. Dark Clouds Over a Closed World. Pope Francis’ third encyclical “Fratelli Tutti” (All Brothers) is his third encyclical. W With these words, Saint Francis of Assisi addressed his brothers and sisters and proposed to them a way of life marked by the flavour of the Gospel. Pope Francis. [19] The encyclical is roughly 43,000 words long,[23] divided into 8 chapters and 287 paragraphs,[13] and contains 288 footnotes. [13] Francis speaks of the right to defense by means of military force as a "potential right". The vast majority of them are references to himself, his own documents, his own addresses, and those of the conciliar and post-conciliar pseudo-magisterium. Italian too is a home language for Francis, the son of northern Italian immigrant families, and the words “fratelli tutti” have another life.In 1859, the carnage of war devastated the northern Italian landscape and overwhelmed the town of Castiglione delle Stiviere with thousands of casualties from the battle of Solferino and San Martino. Fratelli Tutti Series. Over eight chapters and 92 pages, the Holy Father offers a remedy against self-destruction and despair, which includes an openness to love, charity, and kindness, and a rejection of war, nuclear weapons and the death penalty. Italian too is a home language for Francis, the son of northern Italian immigrant families, and the words “ fratelli tutti ” have another life. In this way – the Pope states – it will be possible to go beyond a Policy “with” and “of” the poor (see Par 169). 1. Tireless recourse “to negotiation, mediation and arbitration” –  the Papal Document states – the UN must promote the force of law rather than the law of force (see Par 173-175). . In the background of the Encyclical is the Covid-19 pandemic which, Francis reveals, “unexpectedly erupted” as he “was writing this letter”. La tradizione concorda sul fatto che poco prima del sacrificio i due fratelli lasciarono il paese diretti verso la Colchide su un montone dal vello d’oro e che Elle precipitò nel mare che da lei ebbe il nome di Ellesponto (lett. The politics we need, Francis also underscores, is a politics centred on human dignity and not subjected to finance because “the marketplace, by itself, cannot resolve every problem”: the “havoc” wreaked by financial speculation has demonstrated this (see Par 168). When we come upon an injured stranger And so, men and women of every religious confession are uniting themselves today in prayer and penance to ask for the grace of healing from this pandemic. The limits and borders of individual states cannot stand in the way of this", and adds: "Each country also belongs to the foreigner inasmuch as a territory's goods must not be denied to a needy person coming from elsewhere. Image source: youtube.com (screenshot) He adds that the foundation of modern totalitarianism is the "denial of the transcendent dignity of the human person" and that violence "has no basis in religious convictions, but rather in their deformities". Retrieved 4 October 2020. - Fratelli tutti is an expression of St. Francis of Assisi (Admoniciones, 6, 1) - The saint used it to propose a form of life with the flavour of the Gospel - St. Francis invited all men and women to a love that goes beyond geography and space. [15], John L. Allen Jr. of Crux compares Fratelli tutti to Pius XI's 1931 encyclical Quadragesimo anno based on similarities he sees between the political and economic contexts in which both encyclicals were released and the solutions they provided. It is just as important to remember the good (see Par 246-252). [1] The document was first announced on 5 September 2020. [23][13] Most of the encyclical contains what the Pope has already said, and can be considered as a systematic, comprehensive rearrangement of the work Francis has produced during his seven-year papacy. In this chapter Francis exhorts us to go “‘outside’ the self” in order to find “a fuller existence in another” (Par 88), opening ourselves up to the other according to the dynamism of charity which makes us tend toward “universal fulfilment” (Par 95). Moreover, the Pope criticizes the Declaration of the Rights of Man and of the Citizen and the Universal Declaration of Human Rights for being abstract in essence, stating that equality cannot be attained by "an abstract proclamation that 'all men and women are equal'. [21], The encyclical calls for more human fraternity and solidarity, and is a plea to reject wars. Fratelli Tutti is the latest document to be added to the Church’s body of social teaching. This is "04- Video FRATELLI TUTTI - EN" by StuartCenter.org on Vimeo, the home for high quality videos and the people who love them. Francis calls on all of us to be more willing to compromise on global solutions and more commitment in international organizations - and thus hit the core of many conflicts these days. [47], On 1 December 2020, the Dicastery for Promoting Integral Human Development (DPIHD), with the help of the Dicastery for Communication, has released a section of the DPIHD's website dedicated to the encyclical. [41], The head of the Jesuit Institute School of Spirituality in South Africa, Catholic laywoman Dr Annemarie Paulin-Campbell,[42][43] criticizes the content of the encyclical, its title which she believes made it difficult for woman to feel included (although, she says, "'Fratelli' is meant to communicate brothers and sisters or siblings"), and its frequent use of the word "fraternity" which she says "carries strongly masculine connotations". ON FRATERNITY AND SOCIAL FRIENDSHIP 1. [34], In the same section, Pope Francis also criticises those who believe that worshipping God is enough and are untrue to what their faith demands of them. » The Church » The Pope » Pope Francis » Fratelli tutti’ In English, it can be read as ‘All Brothers’, ‘Brethren all’ or ‘Brothers and sisters all’. Specifically, the Pope points to several “indispensable steps, especially in response to those who are fleeing grave humanitarian crises”: to increase and simplify the granting of visas; to open humanitarian corridors; to assure lodging, security and essential services; to offer opportunities for employment and training; to favour family reunification; to protect minors; to guarantee religious freedom. [13][20], The notion of "neighbour" elaborated in the document is partly inspired by the interpretation of Paul Ricoeur, whom the pope quotes twice in the encyclical; the pope also quotes one of Ricoeur's thought leaders, Christian existentialist philosopher Gabriel Marcel. We all, in fact, are co-responsible in creating a society that is able to include, integrate and lift up those who have fallen or are suffering (see Par 77). Unnecessary migration needs to be avoided, the Pontiff affirms, by creating concrete opportunities to live with dignity in the countries of origin. Dioceses, parishes and faith groups in Ireland and around the world need to take this encyclical and make it their own. Nevertheless, she said that despite her "critique of 'Fratelli Tutti' in relation to women, it is well worth reading because it gives a sense of the many areas in which we are struggling in contemporary society. Pope Francis adds: "All of us have a responsibility for the wounded" and "We should not expect everything from those who govern us, for that would be childish. Far from the desire for vengeance, it is “proactive” and aims at forming a society based on service to others and on the pursuit of reconciliation and mutual development (see Par 227-229). Francis attempts to reorient the right to property as a responsibility for the care of the whole planet: "All this brings out the positive meaning of the right to property: I care for and cultivate something that I possess, in such a way that it can contribute to the good of all. For example, the English translation of Fratelli Tutti strikes me as being awkward and I am having to look at other versions to try to work out whether it is the author or the translator that has puzzled me. With the money invested in weapons, the Pope suggests instead the establishment of a global fund for the elimination of hunger (see Par 255-262). [19] In the encyclical, Pope Francis says: "Social friendship and universal fraternity necessarily call for an acknowledgement of the worth of every human person, always and everywhere"; Francis warns that if the human dignity of disabled people, of poor people, or of those who do not have access to education is menaced, then fraternity will be but a "vague ideal"[34] Francis states that individualism "does not make us more free, more equal, more fraternal", and that what is needed is a "universal love" which promotes the dignity of every human being. The overview document includes a helpful chapter by chapter summary of the document, and the summary provides a one-page introduction to some of Fratelli Tutti' s main themes. While not engaging in politics she does not, however, renounce the political dimension of life itself, attention to the common good and concern for integral human development, according to evangelical principals (see Par 276-278). [2][11], The text of the encyclical was published by the Vatican on 4 October 2020,[12][13][14] the feast day of Francis of Assisi. Fratelli tutti is the title Pope Francis has chosen for his new encyclical – dedicated, as we read in the subtitle, to “fraternity” and “social friendship”. The third encyclical of his pontificate, Fratelli Tutti, offers “a way of life marked by the flavor of the Gospel" (no. Moreover, due to nuclear chemical and biological weapons that strike many innocent civilians, today we can no longer think, as in the past, of the possibility of a “just war”, but we must vehemently reaffirm: “Never again war!” The total elimination of nuclear arms is “a moral and humanitarian imperative”. [13] Fratelli tutti says: "we, the believers of the different religions, know that our witness to God benefits our societies" and "We Christians ask that, in those countries where we are a minority, we be guaranteed freedom, even as we ourselves promote that freedom for non-Christians in places where they are a minority"[26], Francis considers interreligious dialogue as a way to bring "friendship, peace and harmony", adding that without "openness to the Father of all", fraternity cannot be achieved. In its English version, Fratelli Tutti has 42,994 words. 1) and shares a vision for humanity that Pope Francis has emphasized throughout his papacy: “It is my desire that, in this our time, by acknowledging the dignity of each human person, we can contribute to the rebirth of a universal aspiration to fraternity. The Encyclical reflects, in particular, on the role of the Church: she does not “restrict her mission to the private sphere”, it states. Never forget “horrors” like the Shoah, the atomic bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki, persecutions and ethnic massacres – exhorts the Pope. After 5 years most of us, and most parishes and dioceses, haven’t made much of a fist of implementing ‘Care for Our Common Home’, or even reading the document. [15] Among other things, abortion, euthanasia, neglect of the elderly, discrimination against women, and slavery are included as part of this throwaway culture;[35] the word "abortion" is not present in the encyclical, but its condemnation is alluded. [22] Francis was also assisted by the Dicastery for Promoting Integral Human Development in the drafting of the encyclical. Thus, the natural right to private property will be secondary to the principal of the universal destination of created goods (see Par 120). [19], Francis warns against selfishness in the economy, and against financial speculation which "continues to wreak havoc." This eResource bundle includes all of the files from: Fratelli Tutti Powerpoint Learning Kit ($28); Fratelli Tutti Video Learning Kit ($28); NOTE: The DVD is NOT included in this eResource, but you can add it to your order for only $12 when buying this bundle. Encyclical Letter Fratelli Tutti of the Holy Father FRANCIS on the Fraternity and Social Friendship. “Fratelli Tutti” (FT) was published on October 4th, the feast of St. Francis, whose life inspired this encyclical. 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. A Word about Inclusive Language The announcement that the Holy Father was going to Assisi to sign a new encyclical on social relationships caused some people to applaud. First, there are a few ways to take in the new encyclical: skim it or read it … The document, “Fratelli Tutti” (Brothers All) is in many ways expected to be a synthesis of the main priorities of Francis’ pontificate. Image. Fratelli tutti is Pope Francis's third encyclical letter, after Lumen fidei and Laudato si'. Caitlin-Marie Ward: “Fratelli Tutti” provides a clear-eyed view of our political, social and economic world. Part of the seventh chapter, then, focuses on war: “a constant threat”, that represents “the negation of all rights”, “a failure of politics and of humanity”, and “a stinging defeat before the forces of evil”. "[23], The encyclical is written in Spanish,[24] although the title is in Italian. The second chapter, “A stranger on the road”, is dedicated to this figure. or "how many voted for me? In it, the Pope emphasizes that, in  an unhealthy society that turns its back on suffering and that is “illiterate” in caring for the frail and vulnerable (see Par 64-65), we are all called – just like the Good Samaritan – to become neighbours to others (see Par 81), overcoming prejudices, personal interests, historic and cultural barriers. But a better politics is also one that protects work, an “essential dimension of social life”. It is my desire that, in this our time, by acknowledging the dignity of each human person, we can contribute to the rebirth of a universal aspiration to fraternity. She stated that the encyclical addressed many social issues, but did not address problems which particularly concern women, such as "gender-based violence" and she said that the Catholic Church "does not accord women the same dignity and identical rights as men". "[19] He adds that the Catholic Church is committed to the worldwide abolition of the death penalty; he explains: "The firm rejection of the death penalty shows to what extent it is possible to recognize the inalienable dignity of every human being and to accept that he or she has a place in this universe. "[13], In the encyclical, Pope Francis states the way the COVID-19 pandemic was managed by world countries has shown a failure in global cooperation. Francis says that wars can no longer be considered justifiable, as the risks of war exceed any supposed benefits. 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. 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Image source: youtube.com (screenshot) The encyclical can be found at this link. [1] He also says that individualist consumerism can possibly "rapidly degenerate into a free-for-all" which would be "worse than any pandemic. It invites the reader to introspect their inner struggle between one's own security and personal sacrifices required by charity. "[26], Pope Francis repeats that the death penalty is "inadmissible" and that "there can be no stepping back from this position. "In his new encyclical, Pope Francis challenges all people of good will to reconsider: 'Who is my brother? In 'Fratelli Tutti', the Pope embraces Universal Fraternity, the great principle of modern Masonry." A Word about Inclusive Language. The parable "speaks to us of an essential and often forgotten aspect of our common humanity: we were created for a fulfilment that can only be found in love." Not everyone will be able to do that, but all of us can pause in our reading to reflect and follow up the references provided. (Left) This is the cover of the English edition of Pope Francis’ new encyclical, “Fratelli Tutti, on Fraternity and Social Friendship.” (CNS photo/U.S. Dark Clouds Over a Closed World. Download the Fratelli Tutti study guide in English. To the theme of migration, the latter, entitled “A heart open to the whole world”. 'Fratelli tutti' is the right word at the right time for our divided societies. Before its publication, the encyclical's title was criticized by Jesuit priest Thomas J. Reese, who found it to be discriminatory toward women, because the literal translation of the title is "Brothers all". It consists of eight chapters that include a total of 287 numbered paragraphs, and it has 288 footnotes. Most of the other long texts he’s written are so-called “Apostolic exhortations”, including Evangelii Gaudium, Amoris Laetitia, and Querida Amazonia. This is the populism indicated by Francis, which counters that “populism” which  ignores the legitimacy of the notion of “people”, by attracting consensuses in order to exploit them for its own service and fomenting selfishness in order to increase its own popularity (see Par 159). and "what real bonds did I create?" The English for fratelli is siblings. Another hope present in the Encyclical regards the reform of the UN: in the face of the predominance of the economic dimension, a task of the United Nations will be to give substance to the concept of a “family of nations” working for the common good, the eradication of poverty and the protection of human rights. With the money spent on weapons and other military expenditures, let us establish a global fund that can finally put an end to hunger and favour development in the most impoverished countries, so that their citizens will not resort to violent or illusory solutions, or have to leave their countries in order to seek a more dignified life. To Francis, politics is not about "how many people endorsed me?" Simone Campbell says the encyclical's message is: "We must move beyond continuous divisiveness and come together to build a world worthy of all God’s children". They must be remembered always, anew, so as not be become anaesthetized and to keep the flame of collective conscience alive. Look up words and phrases in comprehensive, reliable bilingual dictionaries and search through billions of online translations. The principle of the capacity to love according to “a universal dimension” … Find more Italian words at wordhippo.com! Forgiveness does not mean impunity, but rather, justice and remembrance, because to forgive does not mean to forget, but to renounce the destructive power of evil and the desire for revenge. "[19], The encyclical is inspired by the Abu Dhabi declaration. This resource has compiled Spanish excerpts on migration from the encyclical. Fratelli Tutti: the full text. "[33] The Pope also urges people to "be Good Samaritans who bear the pain of other people's troubles rather than fomenting greater hatred and resentment". In the encyclical, Francis writes about how the sense of inclusion in global kinship is disappearing, and how the quest for justice and peace is being replaced by a "globalized indifference". [20] War, nuclear weapons and terrorism are all denounced as misguided substitutes for dialogue and as means to primarily further national agendas. [18][19], In the encyclical, Pope Francis states that his February 2019 meeting in Abu Dhabi with Ahmad al-Tayyeb, Grand Imam of al-Azhar, during which they signed the Document on Human Fraternity, was an inspiration for the document. In the document, Francis states that the way the COVID-19 pandemic was managed by world countries has shown a failure in global cooperation. a journey of peace among religions is possible and that it is therefore necessary to guarantee religious freedom, a fundamental human right for all believers (see Par 279). [13], Francis criticizes "certain populist political regimes" that prevent migrants from entering their countries at all costs, and lead to "a xenophobic mentality." English These documents prepared by the Vatican provide a helpful introduction to Pope Francis' third encyclical, Fratelli Tutti: On Fraternity and Social Friendship. This is mainly the question that Fratelli tutti is intended to answer: the Pope describes it as a “Social Encyclical” (6) which borrows the title of the “Admonitions” of Saint Francis of Assisi, who used these words to “address his brothers and sisters and proposed to them a way of life marked by the flavour of the Gospel” (Par 1). The Migration and Refugee Services developed resources for Pope Francis’s most recent encyclical, Fratelli Tutti: On Fraternity and Social Friendship. Francis expresses just as clearly a position with regard to the death penalty: it is inadmissible and must be abolished worldwide. 1) are spreading everywhere, leaving injured people by the roadside, cast out and discarded. Phyllis Zagano also criticized the title, saying: "Too much is at stake. Introduction. Pope Francis had alluded to the same quotation on 14 May 2020, when he celebrated Mass at the Domus Sanctae Marthae in Vatican City:[2][3]. St Francis of Assisi used to say: "All brothers and sisters". The best strategy against poverty, the Pontiff explains, does not simply aim to contain or render indigents inoffensive, but to promote them in the perspective of solidarity and subsidiarity (see Par 187). This bundle includes the contents of our two downloadable English Fratelli Tutti learning kits at a great discount!. "[13], Francis also calls for a reform of the United Nations to prevent it from being "delegitimized". With their lives “at stake” (Par 37), fleeing from war, persecution, natural catastrophes, unscrupulous trafficking, ripped from their communities of origin, migrants are to be welcomed, protected, supported and integrated. [26] In the encyclical, Pope Francis states the Abu Dhabi declaration "was no mere diplomatic gesture, but a reflection born of dialogue and common commitment". In it, he addresses how to face the world after this pandemic. Adobe PDF format, Kindle format, Pope Francis, ePub format, mp3 audio file. English (US) Español; Français (France) 中文(简体) [40], According to Eduardo Campos Lima of Crux, many Brazilians were surprised and delighted by the use of Pope Francis of a quote from the song Samba da Benção of Vinicius de Moraes in the encyclical. The theme of the fifth chapter is “A better kind of politics”, which represents one of the most valuable forms of charity because it is placed at the service of the common good (see Par 180) and recognizes the importance of people, understood as an open category, available for discussion and dialogue (see Par 160). "[21], In the encyclical, Pope Francis strives to ensure the situation of women globally is taken more into account globally: "The organization of societies worldwide is still far from reflecting clearly that women possess the same dignity and identical rights as men. United Nations to prevent it from being `` delegitimized '' phrases in comprehensive, reliable bilingual dictionaries and search billions. 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