We dream that the renewal of our existing educational works be done not only with the criteria of success and social prestige, but with the idea of fidelity to our vocation and our identity as ambassadors of Jesus Christ announcing the Gospel to the poor.
Together with our Lasallian partners, we dream of continuing to work for the education of the poor, the defense of the rights of children, and education for justice.
We dream of the renewal of our existing educational works so that they become islands of creativity and agents of social transformation.
We recognize that in the Lasallian network our educational responses to the needs and necessary economic resources are unequal. We are challenged to find effective strategies of solidarity for equity and educational equality.3.2 Horizons 3.2.1 In a globalized world that accentuates injustice, we dream of being a prophetic sign to bring fraternal and equitable relationships among the different parts of the Lasallian network. 3.2.2
We dream of a Lasallian network that can offer a service of integral education of the person to all. A great challenge for the Institute is the concern for the rights of children to receive an education, offering accessible and economically supported educational responses to all and supporting them economically. For this we need to find our own economic resources and to seek public and private assistance.
We dream of Lasallians who continue to take part in building a more just and sharing world. They support and participate in programs, movements, structures, and educational initiatives that respond effectively to all forms of poverty, new and old.
Today, the Institute is called to be involved, together with the entire Church, in a new stage of evangelization marked by the joy of the Gospel (Evangelii Gaudium)