Poster & High School Arts Contest

2018 Respect Life Poster Contest

Students in grades 1 through 8 in the Diocese of Metuchen are invited to participate in the 2018 Respect Life Poster Contest! This year's theme is "How can you share your life with another person who is different from yourself and is facing challenges or problems in life?" Please see the the flyers below for complete information.  All posters are due to the Respect Life Office by Friday, Feburary 16, 2018.

Poster Contest Flyer Catholic Schools  •  Poster Contest Flyer Religious Education

2018 Respect Life High School Video Contest

High School students in the Diocese of Metuchen are invited to participate in the 2018 Respect Life High School Video Contest!  Create a Youtube Video and  interview someone who is different from you and who is facint challenges, such as:  a person living with a disability, a sick/elderly neighbor, a single mother, a refugee, or someone living in poverty.  Please see the flyer below for complete information.  The deadline for all video submissions is Friday, February 16, 2018 and video link should be emailed to amarshall@diometuchen.org 

High School Video Contest Flyer 2018

For more information, please call 732-562-1990 ext. 1543 or 1629 or email amarshall@diometuchen.org

2017 Respect Life Poster Contest

Students, grades 1 through 8, in the Diocese of Metuchen were invited to participate in the 2017 Respect Life Poster Contest, themed "Say 'Yes' to Life!" The students were asked to draw a picture that shows how they can say 'yes' to God and bring Christ to others. This year, there were a total of 180 poster entries from 16 participating Catholic schools and 15 participating religious education programs.

View the winning posters, featured in the May 4, 2017 edition of The Catholic Spirit.

2017 Respect Life Video Contest

High school students in the Diocese of Metuchen were invited to participate in the 2017 Respect Life Video Contest, themed "The Power of One!" The students were asked to create a video, no longer than 2 minutes, to show how they are transforming the culture and standing up for life in their day-to-day experiences. View the finalists' videos below: