The celebration should be oriented towards God, from whom we receive the gift of our Dominican vocation, and towards those to whom we are sent.
Remembering our history is to remind us of our origins in a spirit of gratitude, and to help us to discover the place of itinerancy in our way of life.
The celebration of the Jubilee is an opportunity for us, in an ecumenical spirit, to venture into “new worlds” in dialogue and solidarity with the forgotten, the poor, the victims of violence and oppression. We should reach out to believers of other religious traditions and non-believers alike, close to them in their search for meaning.
The celebration of the Jubilee should reflect the creativity that is needed to preach today through the arts and modern means of communication.
The celebration of the Jubilee must include all branches of the Dominican Family and capture the voice and imagination of the young.