Pope Francis signed the third Encyclical of his pontificate on the tomb of Saint Francis of Assisi on October 3, 2020. Fratelli Tutti calls for universal fraternity and friendship among all. It was officially published this Sunday, October 4, the feast day of St. Francis of Assisi.
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Find the complete encyclical in French on the website of the magazine Le Pèlerin to download: https://www.lepelerin.com/dans-lhebdo/vie-deglise/fratelli-tutti-le-texte-integral-de-lencyclique-du-pape-francois-sur-la-fraternite-et-lamitie-sociale/
This Monday 5th October, the edition of La Croix proposes the encyclical "Fratelli Tutti" in its entirety with reactions from Alain Caillé and Andréa Riccardi. Analyses by their permanent correspondent in Rome, and explanations will be added to the daily papers throughout the week on the main highlights and those that are the subject of debate.
Did You know?
The phrase “fratelli tutti” is taken from St. Francis of Assisi’s “sixth admonition” to the friars, all of whom were men. In Italian, “fratelli” means “brothers” or “brothers and sisters” since the masculine form of nouns is traditionally used when referring to males and females collectively.
In the new document Pope Francis wrote that he was “encouraged” by a dialogue with Muslim leader, Sheikh Ahmad el-Tayeb, grand imam of Al-Azhar Mosque, and by their joint statement that “God has created all human beings equal in rights, duties and dignity, and has called them to live together as brothers and sisters.”