Fratelli Tutti promotes ‘global governance’ when it comes to migration, says there’s a need to prevent the United Nations 'from being delegitimized,' and doubles down on the Pope's opposition to the death penalty. It also suggests adherents to all different religions are beneficial to society.
May 28, 2019 (LifeSiteNews) — One of the many benefits of studying Church history is that, in times of lackluster leadership or mounting persecution, it can provide us with inspiring models and reasons for hope. Prior to Leo XIII (Gioacchino Vincenzo Raffaele Luigi Pecci, 1810–1903; reigned 1878–1903), the Catholic Church in the nineteenth century was under siege and on the defensive. In many ways, she was marginalized and held in contempt; the “enlightened” liberals who ran the show in Europe (as they do today) belittled her “medieval” words and ways and predicted her disappearance as a matter of course. Her […]