This recent encyclical, “To All Brothers and Sisters,” and subtitled “On Fraternity and Social Friendship,” presents a unique vision and challenge to think about the world differently based upon a greater sense of sisterhood and brotherhood. It is a complementary encyclical to “Laudato Si” as it addresses political and sociological realities and was written as the pandemic was shaking the world order. It is not only a religious document, however, but an analysis from a uniquely international perspective that can help change our outlook and see our commitment to a more expansive world view. It is not necessary to buy a copy as PowerPoint slides will be used for summary in the discussions.