Saint Peter’s Prep, the state’s only Jesuit high school, sponsors an annual, week-long summit exploring a particular social justice issue through the lens of Catholic Social Teaching. This year, the Arrupe Series will focus on the topic of Refugees. The summit will take place from March 12-16, 2018.
The Arrupe Series is named for Pedro Arrupe, S.J., the late superior general of the Jesuits. Arrupe charged the religious order with its modern mission of forming “men and women for and with others.” The summit includes a community mass, a keynote address, a day of breakout presenters, curricular activities, field trips, and other opportunities to engage more deeply with the theme of mass incarceration.
“Our Catholic, Jesuit faith challenges us to reflect on matters of injustice in our world and the response required from us as Catholics,” said John Dougherty, Prep’s Director of Campus Ministry. “The goal of the Arrupe Series is to bring a specific issue of injustice to the forefront and encourage our community to engage it and to act.”
Arrupe Week Resources
Past Speakers: A list of all Arrupe Week keynote speakers, some with audio included!
Advocacy Resources: See how we’ve followed up on previous Arrupe Weeks!
|Mr. John Dougherty, Director of Campus Ministry (Chair)||Mr. Salvatore Veniero, Modern Languages|
|Ms. Cheryl Rice, Religion Department (Co-Chair)||Fernando Cordova, ’18|
|Mr. Ryan O’Connell, Assistant Director of Campus Ministry||Joseph Mastrodonato, ’18|
|Dr. Michael Holt, Science Department||Ryan Ramos, ’18|
|Mr. Anthony Keating, History Department||Daniel Rowe, ’18|
|Ms. Alice McNally, English Department|
|Ms. Boreta Singleton, Director of Faculty Formation|