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The event, which the public is invited to follow on YouTube, will gather religious leaders as well as representatives from the UN, International Labour Organization, World Health Organization, and International Red Cross.

Sauca will speak on “Fraternity, Interreligious Dialogue and Social Justice,” and will be joined by representatives from the Pontifical Council for Interreligious Dialogue, Royal Institute of Interfaith Studies, and Latin American Rabbinical Seminary of the Conservative Movement in Buenos Aires, Argentina.

Learn more about the High-Level Event on Fraternity, Multilateralism and Peace: Presentation of Pope Francis’ Encyclical Letter Fratelli Tutti