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By June Edgar Asok
5th Consolation Prize Winner
The author is in Fourth Year Section Einstein in Iligan City National High School (ICNHS).
By Keanu Henri S. Yu
4th Consolation Prize Winner
The author is in Third Year, Section C, at Corpus Christi School, Macasandig, Cagayan de Oro City.
By Angelica Christine C. Calamaan
3rd Consolation Prize Winner
The author is in Fourth Year Section St Martin at Narvacan Catholic School, Sta Lucia, Narvacan, Ilocos Sur.
Technologies like computer software, cellular phones and the internet, among others, can play a vital role in fulfilling the objectives of the ‘digital continent’. These technologies are meant for good use and thus should promote a culture of respect, dialogue and friendship.
By Louise Patrizia Dizon
2nd Consolation Prize Winner
The author is in Fourth Year, Section St Monica, St Scholastica's Academy – Bacolod, Bacolod City.
By Aira Lheiz B. Aquino
1st Consolation Prize Winner
The author is in Grade 9 – Sapphire at Don Bosco School – Manila, run by the Salesian Sisters of St John Bosco in Sta Mesa, Manila.
My generation is often referred to as Generation Y. It cannot be denied that on the onset, we live in the age of technological advancements. My generation is the age of technology. Some of us are even more computer-literate that the older ones think.
By Ronald Lyndon Lord Medina
Third Place Winner
The author is in Fourth Year - St Magdalene of Canossa at Canossa Academy, Lipa City, Batangas.
By Eira Cezanne Buhisan
Second Place Winner
The author is in Fourth Year-OLFA at Christ the King College, Gingoog City, Misamis Oriental.
By Mary Michie A. Gambe
First Place Winner
The author is a Second Year student in Rosevale School, Xavier Estales Phase 4, 9000 Cagayan de Oro City.
Today’s world is different. Access to even the remotest part of the globe has been made easier and faster. In the past, it was harder to evangelize countries, because of the limited resources, crude communication and travel facilities, language, geographical barriers, and fear.
By Giovanni A. Solibio
The author, a teacher by profession, is a volunteer staff member of the Commission on Youth of the Diocese of Bacolod.
While staring at the Cross as it was being carried by some young people of Panay, a feeling of excitement and joy invaded my whole being. The noise of the crowd and the vehicles moving to and fro reminded me of the awesome presence of the Cross. I was so preoccupied then with how the Commission on Youth staff together with the council and the young people of Bacolod could provide accommodation for all. In spite of this, I was able to focus on the Cross as we commenced the caravan around the city passing the different schools with the welcoming students lining the streets. As the Cross visited every corner of each young person’s heart and soul, the power of the icon of God’s love for humanity was so vividly evident. I felt a desire of wanting Christ present to these young people and for the unfolding revelation of God`s love to all people. That very significant moment was strangely distinctive in the sense that it brought about a transfiguration, even for a short period of time, in the lives of the welcoming crowd.