This is a breakdown of the encyclical Fratelli Tutti  written by Pope Francis.
The encyclical covers a wide range of topics and displays a generally more political tone while attempting to balance diverging viewpoints. Sometimes this leads to over-simplification or self-contradiction.
This note primarily discusses socio-economic subjects and reference numbers are provided for the appropriate sections of the encyclical.
|Culture||Exporting or copying cultural models reduces national identity (#51) and different cultures are not enemies (#147).||This ignores that some cultures are objectively better at protecting human rights (e.g. abolishing slavery).|
|Immigration||Improve origin nations to reduce unnecessary migration and avoid building welfare programs for migrants (#129) but establish comprehensive programs for necessary migration situations (#130).||Somewhat contradictory program scope points; providing local-level assistance and exporting state-level national improvements is likely a better and more targeted approach.|
|Localism||Globalism erodes national identity (#12), focus scope from local to global (#78), avoid universal, central planning (#100), balance nationalism and humanitarianism (#149), local organizations are more knowledgeable in local situations than global organizations are (#175).||Local problem solving better accounts for risk and resource assessments and avoids “one size fits all” solutions.|
|Economics||Reducing labor cost in production can produce negative consequences (#20), consumerism is destructive (#36), opportunities should include assistance to vulnerable individuals (#108), economics must not supersede human rights (#122), markets cannot solve all problems (#168).||Correctly states that economics must be human-centric and markets cannot solve all problems; however there are over-simplifications since reduced product costs make resources more available (e.g. cheaper food) and advance better technology (e.g. from coal to nuclear energy).|
|Poverty||Wealth has increased along with inequality and new forms of poverty (#21).||This point ignores that absolute poverty has drastically declined in recent decades. |
|Individualism||Waiting for government-provided opportunities is irresponsible (#77), community relationships enrich self-definition (#89), equality does not induce fraternity (#103), individual differences build cultures (#218).||Unique individuals with charitable hearts working collaboratively build the strongest social fabrics; similar strength cannot be produced by legislative dictates.|
|Charity||Charity cannot be issued through one solution and must be through individual action (#165), moral formation drives individual charity (#167), and legislation can establish charity (#186).||The first two points conflict with the last which favors top-down solutions rather than individually-driven charitable interaction.|
|Borders||Borders cannot exclude resource access (#121 and #124), prosperous nations should support needy nations (#125).||Disolving borders reduces local self-determination by removing a citizen’s right to their produced resources but arbitrary migration restrictions are also unproductive. A more “natural” border could be established via a citizen’s dividend. .|
|Work||Economic goal of no stragglers (#110), using talents in work is noble (#123), and dignity is found in work (#162).||Somewhat utopian in vision and will likely never be realized but points regarding self-sufficiency and “noble work” are practically achievable.|
|Nuclear Weapons||Peace and trust cannot be established through threat of violence (#262).||While trust may not be built, peace certainly can - nuclear proliferation has coincided with decreased intensity of violent conflicts. .|
|Indigenous Peopls||Natives are less violent and more egalitarian (#220).||This conflicts with history; in the Americas tribal and imperial warfare was common as were their prehistoric contributions to early megafaunal exinctions. |
|Public Order||Law enforcment is required in charitable societies (#164).||Safety and community organization cannot exist without a shared, enforced legal framework.|
|Private Property||All humans are shared stewards of world natural resources (#120).||This is in-line with Georgism  without denying the right to personally produced products.|