The Catholic Church in the European Union (COMECE) Petitions all National Governments in Europe to Adopt “Laudato Si” and “Fratelli Tutti”
“Pope Francis with his Encyclical Laudato Si’ has provided a compass for shaping a new civilization. In his new Encyclical Fratelli tutti, signed a few weeks ago on the tomb of Saint Francis of Assisi, he calls the whole of humanity to universal brotherhood and social friendship, not forgetting those on the margins, wounded and suffering. The Principles of Catholic Social Teaching as human dignity and solidarity, like also the preferential option for the poor and sustainability, can be guiding principles to build up a different model of economy and society after the pandemic.”  
The letter was signed by the following:
Gualtiero Cardinal Bassetti, Archbishop of Perugia-Città della Pieve, Italy
Msgr. Georg Bätzing, Bishop of Limburg, Germany
Jozef Cardinal De Kesel, Archbishop of Mechelen-Brussels, Belgium
Msgr. Éric Marie de Moulins d’Amieu de Beaufort, Archbishop of Reims, France
Msgr. Stanisław Gądecki, Archbishop of Poznań, Poland
Msgr. Jan Graubner, Archbishop of Olomouc, Czech Republic
Msgr. Gintaras Linas Grušas, Archbishop of Vilnius, Lithuania
Jean-Claude Cardinal Hollerich, S.J., Archbishop of Luxembourg, COMECE President Note: Archbishop Jean-Claude is both a Jesuit and President of COMECE 
Msgr. Philippe Jourdan, Apostolic Administrator, Estonia
Msgr. Czeslaw Kozon, Bishop of Copenhagen, Denmark, Nordic Bishops’ Conference
Msgr. Dr. Franz Lackner, O.F.M., Archbishop of Salzburg, Austria
Msgr. Eamon Martin, Archbishop of Armagh, Ireland
Juan José Cardinal Omella Omella, Archbishop of Barcelona, Spain
Msgr. José Ornelas Carvalho, S.C.I., Bishop of Setúbal, Portugal
Msgr. Aurel Percă, Archbishop of Bucarest, Romania
Msgr. Christo Proykov, Eparchal Bishop of Saint John XXIII of Sofia, Bulgaria
Msgr. Želimir Puljić, Archbishop of Zadar (Zara), Croatia
Msgr. Sevastianos Rossolatos, Archbishop of Athens, Greece
Msgr. Charles Jude Scicluna, Archbishop of Malta
Msgr. Youssef Antoine Soueif, Archbishop of Tripoli del Libano (Maronite), Cyprus
Msgr. Viktors Stulpins, Bishop of Liepāja, Latvia
Msgr. Johannes H. J. van den Hende, Bishop of Rotterdam, Netherlands
Msgr. András Veres, Bishop of Győr (Raab), Hungary
Msgr. Stanislav Zore, O.F.M., Archbishop of Ljubljana, Slovenia
Msgr. Stanislav Zvolenský, Archbishop of Bratislava, Slovakia
Are we awake or are we sleeping because this is a wake-up call? Can we recognize what is so obvious? Today, in our world, rulers, statesmen, scientists, business men, believers and unbelievers alike recognize that the handwriting of destiny is on the wall. What about the Remnant people of God? Are we “watching and praying” (Luke 21:36) and are we “occupied” in the Lord’s work, until He comes (Luke 19:13)?
Rome is calling on the nations of Europe to adopt the encyclicals of Pope Francis, Laudato Si’ and Fratelli Tutti, as a “compass for shaping a new civilization.” The prophetic word and the warnings of Revelation are beckoning us to awaken because time is running out. The clock is ticking. The countdown has begun. But since judgment is deferred, the cry from God’s slumbering people is heard:
“My lord delayeth his coming.” Luke 12:45.
“Tomorrow shall be as this day, and much more abundant.” Isaiah 56:12.
“All things are continuing as they were from the beginning of creation.” 2 Peter 3:4.
Whatever our attitude may be towards these prophetic events, let us remember that nations, churches and individuals are being weighed in the divine balances of God’s judgment. Our deeds are being recorded just as surely as God is writing on the walls of this generation telling us to get ready. Sinners in Zion and sinners in Babylon give your hearts to Jesus for the day is near; and it must come.
“While they (Babylonians) were engaged in this sacrilegious feast, a bloodless hand traced opposite the king, characters of writing that could not be read or interpreted by any of the magicians or wise men of the court. Then the king’s countenance was changed, and his thoughts troubled him … The writing on the wall gave evidence that there was a witness to their evil deeds … Before them passed, as in panoramic view, the deeds of their evil lives, and they seemed to be arraigned before the Judgment, of which they had been warned.” (Signs of the Times, July 20, 1891).
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