Social justice and respect for human dignity is a Christian value that government must respect. This is therefore why Christians must actively participate in governance so that they can be better placed to push for the promotion of Christian values in governance. The Parish School at St. Edward the Confessor participated in the" Respect Life Art and Essay Contest" that concluded with the recognition of the winners in late May. The contest theme was Be Not Afraid, and participation was open to children enrolled in Catholic grammar schools, parish religious education programs and junior youth programs, as well as to those who are homeschooled.
Participants were asked to create an original poster, essay or photo meme that pertains to respect life issues The mission of the Respect Life Office is to enunciate and promote the principle that human life, at all stages from conception to natural death, is a gift from God, worthy of respect and protection.
The contest is designed to educate and provide a platform for youth to express and share their ideas and feelings on Respect Life issues. View Grand Prize and First Prize winners Full Winners List. Contact Us.
Vicki Evans The Catholic Archdiocese of San Francisco serves Marin, San Mateo, and San Francisco counties in California through 89 parishes, 55 schools, hospitals, cemeteries, retreat houses, homeless and immigration services, and centers for children and aged.
There are a halfmillion Catholics in the Archdiocese join us! RESPECT LIFE" ART, ESSAY& POETRY CONTEST This compet ition allows students in grades 412 to express their commitment to LIFE through art, essay, and poetry, using a Biblical theme. Cash prizes, certificates, and ribbons are awarded to winners at a beautiful award ceremony.
The competition attracts thousands of students from The Office of Marriage and Family Life at the Diocese of Duluth recently held its fourth annual respect life essay contest for middle and high school students.