“The Stephen Jarislowsky Chair in Religion and Conflict and Assumption University are pleased to announce that Miss Carol Adu-Bobie is the recipient of the inaugural Fr. Paul McGill, CSB Essay Prize. Miss Adu-Bobie will receive a monetary prize along with a plaque commemorating this achievement. This essay prize was established in 2019 to honour Fr. Paul McGill, CSB who has promoted ecumenical and interfaith dialogue throughout his priestly ministry. The essay prize seeks submissions on how religion and spirituality can be used to promote peace in the contemporary world. The selection committee invited submissions from graduating seniors at all high schools in Windsor and Essex County. This year’s selection committee consisted of Professor Lisa Salfi, Fr. Paul McGill, and Dr. Cappucci. The financial support for this essay prize is generously made possible by the Stephen Jarislowsky Chair in Religion and Conflict at Assumption University.”
“How Might Religion/Spirituality Be Used To Promote Peace In The Contemporary World?”
This prize is named in honour of Fr. Paul McGill, CSB who for his entire priestly career has worked tirelessly to promote interreligious dialogue and understanding.