Pax Christi Australia presents Fratelli Tutti, the document by Pope Francis which is a groundbreaking vision urging us to “a Culture of Encounter”, in presentations on Sunday 18 April 2021, online.
An Invitation to parishes, local congregations and others interested to an Ecumenical Webinar to explore Fratelli Tutti’s vision of a world at peace
When Pope Francis speaks, as he did with “Laudato Si”, he often reaches out beyond the body of the Catholic Church to many others. Similarly, Fratelli Tutti, issued last year, is a groundbreaking vision urging us to “a Culture of Encounter”, and transcend the range of barriers to genuine peace that are growing in our time. Fratelli Tutti, or “Brothers All”, was St. Francis of Assisi’s way of addressing his fellow friars in the 13th century. Today he may well have said “Beloved All”.
Pope Francis challenges us all radically to think not as isolated nations or groups, but as interconnected in the ‘one human family’. We need to exercise our shared humanity, irrespective of origin, nationality, ethnicity and religion; to build bridges, not walls. Dialogue is a necessity, not an option. We must seek ways of working with people of other faiths and goodwill for peace and reconciliation in the world, as individuals and as part of larger groupings, and society.
Details of the Webinar
WHEN: 2.00 – 3.30 PM (AEST), Sunday 18 April 2021.
The vision of Fratelli Tutti – Fr Kevin Lenehan, Master, Catholic Theological College, University of Divinity
Collaboration, not Confrontation among faiths – Sr Jan Barnett, RSJ, Josephite Justice Network Reflecting on Australia’s Relations in Southeast Asia – Rev. Andy Tiver, Uniting Church in Australia, Co-Chair Philippine-Australia Solidarity Association (PASA)
Caesar D‘Mello, Pax Christi Victoria. Tel: 04 5191 1941 email@example.com
Fr Claude Mostowik, Pax Christi NSW. Tel: 04 1145 0953 firstname.lastname@example.org
TO REGISTER FOR WEBINAR, PLEASE CONTACT:
Rev Harry Kerr: email@example.com Rita Camilleri: firstname.lastname@example.org