The Catholic Agency for Justice, Peace and Development


Well done to all the students who entered the SINGout4JUSTICE song writing competition this year. More than 120 students participated and impressed the judges with their skills in both composition and performance.

We are please to announce the following winners for 2018...

Winner Y7-10 section:


Sophie Frame
Year 10, Hillcrest High School, Hamilton
Tuhia Ki To Rae





Winners Y11-13 section:


Shanille Lat (left) and Ngarangi Sadlier-Patmore (right)
Year 11s, Sacred Heart College, Lower Hutt




The judges were amazed with the level of talent shown throughout the many entries received and wanted to mention a selection of other students. The following participants were highly commended by the judges for reaching the finals…


Highly commended (Y7-10):

Class 7N + 7H at Sacred Heart Girls' College, New Plymouth - Korowai of Love
Francesca Kubala - Lord if you can hear me
Minju Kim and Jenna Aspeling - Don't look any further
Eleni Motuliki - Love in my Heart


Highly commended (Y11-13):

Samantha Romijn - Love More
Victor Nofoa, Miguel Benjamin, Yacov Schmidt-Taala and Christian Bartley - More Like You
Janine Ramos - Bind in One
Daphne Taulata, Moana Fotumaliipule, Angelina Paio and Lesina-Leigh Porter-Samuels - Oh Mama

We can't wait until next year's competiton, so look forward to 2019's theme soon!


Debut Album Released by former Singout4Justice winner! 

Caitlin Bradley, Head Girl at Roncalli College in Timaru, won our Singout4Justice competition

in 2017 with her song Stronger Together (see .

Now Caitlin has released her debut album which is on sale for $25 and available from

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