On Monday 6th June, SPUC Scotland staff and a few representatives of Project Truth were invited along to the Caritas Award Ceremony in Glasgow. The Caritas Award encourages and promotes the ongoing faith journey of young people. It recognises that some are already active and committed within their homes, schools, parishes and dioceses and it invites others to become active in their faith by volunteering or fundraising for charities and organisations. Many schools participate in pro-life work as part of their Caritas commitment so what better opportunity did we have to show our Project Truth video to not only over 1040 awardees but to their teachers, parents and invited members of organisations and charities too. The video was very well received at the awards and we have already had several requests from schools to come in and talk to the kids about Project Truth!
Stay involved and have fun!
Project Truth is a great way for young people to stay active in pro-life work after they leave school and allows them to grow in knowledge about pro-life issues, how to discuss them effectively and grow in confidence in doing so. It’s also a very fun way of being a part of the pro-life movement. It’s a great bridge into university and the world of work where we all know that we can come up against certain challenges regarding our pro-life convictions. Through continually building a culture of life in our society and having strong, courageous young people witnessing to this culture of life we will become stronger in rejecting the culture of death. These young people are our next generation of pro-lifers. They are our next generation of lawyers; politicians; teachers; journalists; musicians; scientists; designers; medics; mummies and daddies. We are the Pro-Life Generation.
Project Truth video
If you haven’t seen our absolutely awesome Project Truth Roadshow video yet then click here to watch.
SPUC Scotland host an array of talks on abortion, assisted suicide & euthanasia and the development of the baby (for the younger ones).
We can also organise for some of the Project Truth team to visit schools to show the video and talk about their experience.
If you would like to organise a talk on Project Truth then please contact : firstname.lastname@example.org
For a full list of talks or to organise any other talks please contact : email@example.com