“Fratelli tutti” and an Alternative Political Agenda
On this week’s episode of Just Love, Monsignor Kevin Sullivan talks about the Pope’s encyclical “Fratelli tutti” and an alternative political agenda during this divided political climate.
Prof. Michael M. Canaris, Ph.D. is an Assistant Professor of Ecclesiology and Systemic Theology at Loyola University Chicago. During this week that Pope Francis released His new Social Encyclical “Fratelli tutti,” Prof. Canaris shares about what Pope Francis included in his new Social Encyclical, and what messages He has for the world in the aftermath of the Coronavirus Pandemic and the destruction it has unleashed.
Luz Tavarez is the Director of Government and Community Relations for Catholic Charities of the Archdiocese of New York. During these very politically polarized times in this final month before the Presidential Election, Luz – who coordinates the advocacy, budgetary priorities and external relations for Catholic Charities – talks to us about the possibility of developing an alternative political agenda for these divided times and what that agenda might look like.