Fratelli Tutti: ethics, pastoral and communication

The auxiliary bishop of Barcelona Toni Vadell, the UAB professor of ethics Victoria Camps and the director of the Blanquerna Observatory for Communication, Religion and Culture have participated in a round table on the recent encyclical of Pope Francis Fratelli Tutti. Notions such as social friendship (if there were friendship between people, there would be no justice), the rise of populism and xenophobia in social networks, loneliness (there is an accompaniment of the vulnerable and the elderly) and hope as an “audacious” way to a world that is worthy were some of the questions at the table, organized by the Blanquerna Pastoral and moderated by Professor Carlos Moreno together with Professor Ángel Jesús.


Moment of the round table.
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