Father Jim Hogan's Search for Peace
In 2001, Fr. Jim Hogan challenged the community to look to young people as we struggle to find peace in our world. He believed that our children and young adults could offer us an inspiring perspective. In the years since, we have enjoyed multi-media artwork submitted by many Missoula area youth. This year we have decided to look for the stories of peacemaking being lived out in our midst because it is these real life experiences that truly challenge and inspire us to find peace in our world. Please submit your nomination for a young person who, in their home, school and/or community, has shown us a vision of what peace and peacemaking looks like. A committee will choose one of these stories to highlight and be recognized at a celebration in the spring or summer. The following criteria will be used in making the decision.
- Age 5-18.
- Commitment to peace and justice
- Nominee(s) may be a group or individual.
- A role model among their peers who walks the walk of nonviolence, social justice, and sustainability.
Youth Peacemaker Award
Contact Information for Nominee (address, phone, and/ or email)
What characteristics make this person/group a Peacemaker?
Please list any specific peace and justice efforts or activities this person/group has participated in or led.
We are all searching for peace, how does this person/group inspire and spread peace in the community?
Your Contact Information (address, phone, and/ or email)
Thank you for you nomination! If you have any questions please call 543-3955 or email
A copy of your responses will be emailed to the address you provided.
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