The Vatican’s new “Fratelli Tutti” Foundation has been established to promote initiatives based on the principles in Pope Francis’ encyclical, “Fratelli Tutti, on Fraternity and Social Friendship.”
Pope Francis has encouraged people to take part in the campaign to bring people together to combat poverty, restore dignity to the marginalized and protect the environment.
The service offered by this 94-year-old member of St. Louis Bertrand Parish in Foreston “has always been a gift with no strings attached,” says her pastor.
Archbishop Gomez called the “Catholics at the Capitol” Day “an important witness to the church’s vision for social justice and the common good.”
The new film, “Francesco,” is a story about humanity and its struggles today and presents Pope Francis as “an amazing, humble human being,” who is trying to teach people how to build a better world.
“Kindness is an act of love that’s especially needed amid the anxiety and sorrow over COVID and other societal challenges today.”
Heeding a daughter’s plea, Bruce Gerads learned to value his faith, family and community.
Cardinal Michael Czerny outlined the role of Pope Francis’ encyclical “Fratelli Tutti” in an online address to the Conference of Major Superiors of Men.