The JP2 Foundation is committed to proclaiming and explaining the Gospel and the Tradition of the Catholic Church with the words of Saint Paul in mind: “Proclaim the message, be persistent whether the time is favourable or unfavourable, convince, rebuke, and encourage, with the utmost patience in teaching” (II Tim 4,2). It is named after Saint Pope John Paul II. The JP2 Foundation will always work in accordance with the teaching, morals, and customs of the Roman Catholic Church.
As stated in the statutes, the objectives of the JP2 Foundation are in translation: “To propagate, proclaim and teach the Gospel and the Roman Catholic Tradition and to encourage a living relationship with Jesus Christ, especially among young people, as well as supporting theological and spiritual studies and publications, also where these have interfaces with other disciplines.”
The JP2 Foundation seeks to achieve its objectives by initiating, organising and financially supporting lectures, courses, studies and publications, using any and all means of communication, including print, the Internet, and other electronic media, and furthermore by performing all which may help to achieve the objective.