Fratelli Tutti is the third encyclical of Pope Francis, subtitled “on fraternity and social friendship”. This new encyclical from Pope Francis invites us to reflect more on an invitation to love, social friendship, and solidarity that honors the human dignity of every person. Fraternity and social friendship are the ways the Pope indicates to build a better, more just and peaceful world, with the contribution of all: people and institutions. In the document, Pope Francis states that the way the COVID-19 pandemic was managed by world countries has shown a failure in global cooperation.
The sessions are on March 4, 11, 25, and 31. You can join any or all of the sessions. No need to register. You don’t need to purchase anything if you don’t want to. You can download the encyclical through the following link or just listen to the presentation and participate in the discussion. Click here for Fratelli Tutti, Pope’s Encyclical.
*Use the link below to join the Zoom meeting by computer or smart phone browser.
*This same link is for all four sessions.
*If you click the link before the date/time of the session, you will get a message to wait for the host to start the meeting.
*Click below link.
*Click Launch Meeting.
*Click Open Zoom Meetings.
*In order to connect to this meeting via computer, you need to be running a current version (5) of Zoom. If this will be your first time using Zoom, please download it prior to the first session and test your audio and other features. If prompted to install or update to a newer version, please proceed to accept the update and execute the install prior to connecting.
*The online Zoom session will contain a tool bar at the bottom of the page. This tool bar tends to disappear when not in use. Just hover mouse pointer over the Zoom session and the tool bar should re-appear.
*Once joined with audio, the far left icon will allow you to Mute or Unmute yourself. Mute is indicated with a red line through the microphone icon.
*The Leave Meeting option on the far right can be used to leave the meeting.