COMMENTARY: The world of finance doesn’t exist outside of morality. Real-life decisions are made with real people’s money; real people grow wealthy or get hurt from those decisions.
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The foundation was proposed by Cardinal Mauro Gambetti to support the work of the Fabric of St. Peter, the office responsible for the conservation and maintenance of St. Peter’s Basilica and the surrounding area.
NEWS ANALYSIS: Joe Biden, whose globalist, humanitarian and politically liberal vision finds sympathizers in the Vatican, had been quick on the campaign trail to use Pope Francis’ words, despite the politician’s dissent from Catholic teaching on abortion and marriage.
Theologians Say Tradition Backs Pope’s Teaching on Private Property in Fratelli Tutti, Others Express Concerns
In his new encyclical Fratelli Tutti, the Holy Father stressed that the right to private property is subordinate to the universal destination of goods.
The new writing calls on the world to unite in the face of the COVID-19 pandemic, economic uncertainty and political and social turmoil.
NEWS ANALYSIS: Pope Francis’ new encyclical teaches that ‘universal scope’ of fraternal love should animate world’s response to political, social and economic divides.
COMMENTARY: Pope Francis’ latest encyclical, not unlike Laudato Si before it, is more a political than a social document.
Theologian Father Thomas Petri of the Dominican House of Studies says that Pope Francis is speaking in continuity with recent popes including Pope St. John Paul II, who issued “a very strong statement” about capital punishment in his 1995 encyclical Evangelium Vitae.
Archbisohop Gomez said that Pope Francis “is challenging us to overcome the individualism in our culture and to serve our neighbors in love, seeing Jesus Christ in every person.”