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Rev. Robert S. Pelton, C.S.C.
Essay Contest

This inaugural contest honors the legacy of Fr. Bob Pelton, CSC, missionary priest, founder of Latin American North American Church Concerns (LANACC), and tireless advocate of blessed Archbishop Óscar Romero and the principles of social justice and Church renewal.

The essays should address some aspect of the Church of Latin America and/or ecclesial collaboration between North and South. They must be original essays written in the last three years, but they need not be essays written for a specific class. There is no limit to the length, but awards will generally be given to essays that are at least five pages in length. Participants may not submit in more than one category.

Undergraduate Contest:

1st place: $500

Runners-up: 2 awards of $100

Graduate Student Contest:

One award of $150

Alumni Contest (Undergraduate and Graduate):

One award of $150

To be considered for the 2017 awards, essays must be submitted online by midnight on March 7, 2017. Awards will be announced at a private dinner honoring Fr. Pelton on March 27, 2017.

Submit your essay here.

For more information, please contact Lupe Ramirez (gramirez@nd.edu)


 

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