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Being Without Borders: A Symposium on Fratelli Tutti

Date:
Wednesday 24th February 2021
Time:
3.30pm-7.30pm
Venue:
Online via Zoom

Fratelli Tutti is the latest Encyclical of Pope Francis. It translates simply as “All Brothers” and addresses issues of fraternity and social friendship in a post-COVID global context. He signed it in Assisi, a place synonymous with fraternity, faith and care for creation.

To explore the issues raised by Pope Francis, Las Casas Institute/Blackfriars (University of Oxford) and St Mary's University are hosting a symposium sponsored by The Pastoral Review on 24th February when leading academics and protagonists in the field will discuss the significance of Fratelli Tutti for the Church and for the World.

What does Fratelli Tutti mean for British society?

Time: 3.30-5pm

This session will feature:

  • Dr Anna Sapir, University of Oxford
  • Prof Peter Tyler, St Mary’s University
  • Dr Maria Power, Las Casas Insitute for Social Justice, University of Oxford
  • Dr Sara Silvestri, City University
  • Rt Hon Ruth Kelly, Vatican Council for the Economy

What does Fratelli Tutti mean for global co-operation?

Time: 6-7.30pm

This session will feature:

  • Lord John Alderdice, University of Oxford
  • Dr Theodora Hawksley, Mount Street Jesuit Centre
  • Prof Philip Booth, St Mary’s University
  • Rev Dr Ashley Beck, President Catholic Theological Association
  • Rev Dr Augusto Zampini-Davies, Vatican Dicastery for Integral Human Development
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Date:
Wednesday 24th February 2021
Time:
3.30pm-7.30pm
Venue:
Online via Zoom

Find out more

For more information about this event please contact Prof Anthony Towey (Director - Centre for Catholic Education, Research and Religious Literacy):
Email: anthony.towey@stmarys.ac.uk
Tel: 020 8240 4381

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