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Published on Jul 28, 2013
Fraternal relations between people and cooperation in building a more just society are not some vague utopia but the fruit of a concerted effort on the part of all, in service of the common good. These were the words of Pope Francis during his meeting with the political, diplomatic, cultural, religious, academic and business leaders of Brazil at the City Theatre. In his lengthy address, the Pope highlighted three points: the distinctiveness of a cultural tradition; second, joint responsibility for building the future; and third, constructive dialogue in facing the present moment. He emphasized that "the future demands a humanistic vision of the economy and a politics capable of ensuring greater and mo ...