Fratelli tutti: An Ethical Paradigm of Universal Brotherhood

  • Fratelli tutti: An Ethical Paradigm of Universal Brotherhood

Fratelli tutti: An Ethical Paradigm of Universal Brotherhood

Cycle of Conferences for the first anniversary of Pope Francis' Encyclical on Fraternity and Social Friendship

One of the key words in Pope Francis’ Encyclical Fratelli Tutti is “dream.” He begins with an invitation: “Let us dream then, as a single human family” (No. 8). He ends with a prayer: “Inspire in us a dream of renewed encounter, dialogue, justice and peace” (No. 287). To dream, for Pope Francis, is to practice hope. His goal in Fratelli Tutti is precisely “to take up and discuss many new paths of hope” (No. 54).

In celebration of the first anniversary of Fratelli Tutti, the Pontifical Gregorian University, in collaboration with Georgetown University, presents a series of conferences, aimed at disseminating and deepening understanding of the important message of the Encyclical. Speakers from the various Faculties, Institutes, and Centres of the Gregorian University will reflect on various “paths of hope” presented from the point of view of their respective disciplines.

Date Nov 4, 2021
Hours: From 17:00 To 19:00
Organizer: Gregorian Centre for Interreligious Studies
Category: Conference
Room: Aula Magna
Venue:

Pontificia Università Gregoriana
Piazza della Pilotta, 4
I-00187 Roma

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Simultaneous Italian-English translation will be provided. 
Free registration is mandatory until the maximum capacity of the classroom is reached. A live streaming will be guaranteed on the Youtube channel "Unigregoriana".

For information:

Secretariat of the Gregorian Center for Interreligious Studies
Tel. +39 06 67015531
e-mail: [email protected]