Pope John Paul II Award

The Pope John Paul II Award is dedicated to the memory of the late Pope John Paul II whose love of young people was so profound.

 

The purpose of this initiative, 'The Pope John Paul II Award' is to enable young people to live their faith and to witness to that faith lived out in the parish community.

If you are aged between 16 and 18 and living or going to school in participating Dioceses, the Pope John Paul II Award will enable you to become more actively involved in the life of your parish and community. Religion is not just for learning, nor a list of rules designed to stop you doing what you want. Religion is for living, and through taking an active part in your church and community you will experience the contentment and fulfilment that comes from serving others, especially those in great need.

 

As well as the feeling of personal achievement that you will gain from taking part in the award, participation will help to show future employers and educators that you are a young person who can make an on-going commitment to a task. The award is non-competitive, flexible and voluntary.

 

The purpose of this initiative, 'The Pope John Paul II Award' is to enable young people to live their faith and to witness to that faith lived out in the parish community.

If you are interested in becoming involved in this initiative please contact Mrs Lagan or Miss Shiels.

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Westway
Creggan Estate
Derry
Northern Ireland
BT48 9NX

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