US Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen, US Climate Envoy John Kerry, the Pontifical Academy of Sciences, the Pontifical Academy of Social Sciences, the World Bank, the International Monetary Fund and the finance ministries of the United States, France, Spain, Italy, Germany, Mexico and Argentina will meet on Friday, May 14, 2021 to participate in an international conference entitled, ‘Dreaming of a Better Restart.’ 
The conference aims “to build on recent intergovernmental efforts to combat inequality, climate change, and hunger following the COVID crisis.” The inspiration for this conference comes from Pope Francis’ encyclical “Fratelli Tutti” and will combine “financial solidarity” with an “integral ecology.”  They will talk about the importance of the United States and the Vatican partnering to build a society that can truly be sustainable and inclusive.
However, what is extremely disturbing is seeing the two great powers of Bible prophecy, the United States and the Vatican, come together to promote Pope Francis’ encyclicals. This is an urgent call being made to make plans, lay the groundwork and get things moving. According to Rome, all the world’s problems will be solved as soon as the Pope’s encyclicals become law.
Brothers and sisters, the writing is on the wall. The Pope’s encyclicals are today being agitated and will soon become the guiding policies that globalists will turn to in order to save our planet. We are witnessing the Vatican and the United States (Revelation 13) coming together to promote “Fratelli Tutti” and climate change (Laudato Si’) to the world. They are also calling on globalists, world bankers and the various churches to join them.
“The Sunday movement is now making its way in darkness. The leaders are concealing the true issue, and many who unite in the movement do not themselves see whither the undercurrent is tending” (The Review and Herald Extra, December 11, 1888).
Every Seventh-day Adventist should speak out against any measure that would introduce stricter Sunday observance, make Sunday the day of the earth or call for a climate Sunday. In the effort to create climate policies, there is an attempt to link climate change with Sunday rest. This is not just a coincidence; this is by design.
“I do hope that the trumpet will give a certain sound in regard to this Sunday-law movement. I think that it would be best if in our papers the subject of the perpetuity of the law of God were made a specialty…. We should now be doing our very best to defeat this Sunday law.” (Last Day Events, p. 128).