During the General Audience of September 30, 2020, the last of a cycle dedicated to the Pandemic and its consequencies, Pope Francis said:
We need to set to work urgently to generate good policies, to design systems of social organization that reward participation, care and generosity, rather than indifference, exploitation and particular interests. We must go ahead with tenderness. A fair and equitable society is a healthier society. A participatory society — where the “last” are taken into account just like the “first” — strengthens communion. A society where diversity is respected is much more resistant to any kind of virus.
Following the Pope's teaching, and the urgencies of our times, the Pontifical Academy for Life is reflecting about the pandemic, to speak to all the men and women and to bring a light in the society of our time in line with the Gospel and the Magisterium.