VIDEO: Five Takeaways from ‘Fratelli Tutti’

VIDEO: Five Takeaways from ‘Fratelli Tutti’

Pope Francis' new encyclical, Fratelli Tutti, came out today. It’s a diagnosis of our social ills, which have been complicated by the covid-19 pandemic. Francis has said for months that we can’t go back to the way the world was before the pandemic: This is our chance to build a new society based on loving our neighbor. In Fratelli Tutti, he lays out that vision.

In this video, Colleen Dulle, host of "Inside the Vatican," gives her top five takeaways from the new document.

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