The Great Family Called Humanity

the Editorial Staff
Thursday | December 10, 2020 | 3:30 PM

The legionnaire song “The Great Family Called Humanity” was inspired by the words of author Paiva Netto, President-Preacher of the Religion of God, of the Christ, and of the Holy Spirit.

The song, composed by the Ecumenical Youth of God’s Good Will, conveys a message about Fraternity and union between peoples—values the world greatly needs—and was also inspired by the ecumenical examples of Jesus.

With regard to this, Paiva Netto wrote in his book É Urgente Reeducar! [It Is Urgent to Re-educate!], on page 90:

“In an impromptu speech I gave in Rio de Janeiro (Brazil) on June 20, 1987, in the Total Ecumenism auditorium, which was located in the former headquarters of the LGW, I once again pointed out that one does not build a better country and ensure people are happier by listing their faults, but by correcting them and catalyzing their accomplishments. Trying to make human beings compatible by way of their condemnable attitudes is complete suicide. Conciliation has to come from above: by its eternal virtues and qualities. A country progresses in direct proportion to the talent and the pertinacity of its children. . . . The same occurs on a planetary scale.”

If you agree and support this cause, please listen to the legionnaire song “The Great Family Called Humanity” and share it with your family and friends! =) 



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