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Right to left: Isabella Escoto, Mackenzie Fillian, Caitlyn Moore, John Paul Martin, Alex Fernandes

Dartmouth’s Bishop Stang Students Recognized by Knights of Columbus for Writing


Five Bishop Stang High School students have received awards 2019-20 Knights of Columbus for their submissions to the Catholic Citizenship Essay Contest. Isabella Escoto, Mackenzie Fillion, Caitlyn Moore, John Paul Martin, and Alex Fernandes each were presented awards from the local chapter of the Knights of Columbus in the Chapel of the Annunciation at the school by Mr. Philip Martin, the Chair of the Theology Department at Bishop Stang.

Essays were judged on grammar, style, and how clearly they present this year’s theme, “Discuss the meaning of Virtue and how you live and embody the virtue of Charity.” Mr. Martin invites students to participate in the contest each year, and is encouraged by the number of students who take the time to do so. According to contest guidelines, the contest “encourages today’s youth to be more connected to their community and their faith”. The goal of their writing contest is to involve young Catholics in 8th through 12th grade (public, private, parochial or home schools) in “civic discourse and instill in them religious and life-affirming values.”

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