Last March, University of Detroit Mercy was one of many Catholic institutions celebrating the selection of Pope Francis as the Bishop of Rome. And because he was the first Jesuit to serve in this role, it was even more special to our Jesuit and Mercy University. Very little was known about him a year ago, but enthusiasm and interest rose quickly as examples of his humble, down-to-earth, and simple manner became known to the world. In his homilies and public comments, he speaks consistently about compassion for the poor, the need to show mercy, and the importance of service and social justice. Those themes are integral components of our UDM Mission and are embedded in the values-based education our students receive today, just as they have been for more than 100,000 graduates of the University.
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