Pupils asked to design Papal visit logo

Children hold up images of Pope Benedict XVI PIC: CNS photo

CATHOLIC school pupils in Scotland still have time to come up with their own innovative designs to mark Pope Benedict XVI’s upcoming visit to the UK in September.

The logo competition, organised by the Bishops Conferences of Scotland and England and Wales, is open to students between the ages of S3 to S6 in Scotland or in KS4 in England and Wales.

The logo can reflect the theme of the UK Papal Visit: ‘Heart speaks unto Heart’ the motto of Cardinal John Henry Newman whose beatification will be celebrated during the Papal visit.

Other possible themes for the logo can be seen at the website www.thepapalvisit.org.uk.

The closing dates for submissions (which must be in electronic form) has been extended to 5pm on April 30 and entries are still being accepted.

Entries can be sent to the address: amatus@cesew.org.uk.

Further rules of entry can be found at the Scottish Catholic Education Service website: http://www.sces.uk.com/

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