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The “E-Vangelizer” Easter Contest: Share Aleteia Content And Win A Trip To Rome!


Diane Montagna - published on 02/18/15

Winners to be announced Easter Sunday

In preparation for Easter, is launching the "e-Vangelizer" Easter contest, which awards users who share the Aleteia content that has struck them most. The first prize is airfare for one and 6 nights accomodation in Rome.

Each time you share content on Facebook, Twitter, Google+ or via e-mail, solely and directly using the social buttons on the Aleteia webpage, you earn two points.

Participants earn an additional one point for every person who visits the Aleteia content they have shared online.

Point values triple every Friday in Lent.

Whoever reaches the highest score by Holy Thursday, April 2nd, at noon, wins a trip to Rome. Readers who place 2nd to 15th will receive a copy of Pope Francis’ pectoral cross. Winners names’ will be announced on Easter Sunday. 

To participate, you need to register as a user, using the orange button at the right of the navigation bar found on the webpage.

The contest has been named “e-Vangelizer”, since when you share videos, news, and beautiful and meaningful content, you become a herald of the “good news” to those around you.

May the best e-Vangelizer win! 

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