Senior John Fotouhi ’20 speaks to the faculty and staff at their August retreat about his thoughts on the UAP: care for the common home.
Universal Apostolic Preferences
List makers, beware.
Checking a box and declaring mission accomplished is not the goal here.
Our wounded world needs our help, and in the midst of overwhelming suffering and challenges, the Jesuits proffer four top priorities for their work today. They call them the Universal Apostolic Preferences—but don’t be daunted by the lofty title. Our faculty and staff began breaking these down at their retreat in August, sharing how these specified themes can look in our lives.
This didn’t just happen. It took time. Our relationship was forged by thousands of miles. Adam Boehm on journeying with the youth