That, in our educational apostolate, the religious may work in co-operation with the local Church through their own participation in its life and by leading their students to a similar active participation. (Art.211)
For all of our deceased brothers, parents, relatives, friends and benefactors.
For all of the faithful departed, and for him who will die first among us.
For our service men and women who gave their lives for our freedom.
I continue to hear the anguished cry of those who have been treated unjustly -- that portion of humanity which is oppressed by exploitation, extreme poverty, and lack of education. (KW 100)