Eoin Garton “speaks with honesty, sensitivity and maturity about the cost and the blessings of ‘being a neighbour’ and ‘being neighboured’”, the judges said.
October 18, 2017
The judges said Abrafi Owusu-Mensah’s article is an “artfully-composed” exploration of the question – Who is my neighbour? “It is a mature and insightful piece, especially for one so young.”
September 20, 2017
Georgia Rice’s article “teases out the relationship between mercy, forgiveness, compassion and freedom”, said the judges.
“With striking honesty, sincerity and warmth,” said the judges, Grace Hawkes “reminds us that our neighbours are those who literally live in the homes next to us”.
I feel as if I have become both the Samaritan, caring for my dad, and the man fallen to thieves, so alone, powerless and vulnerable, writes Victoria McGlynn. Is it...
August 16, 2017
It seems strange that a common garden snail achieved more for justice in its death than many men or women do in their lifetimes, writes Naomi Currie.
We were united by our difference as much as our communion, writes Beth Doherty.