The 2022 Costume Contest: Winners & Honorable Mentions

by | Nov 8, 2022 | Blog, Halloween | 1 comment

Wow! The 2022 Catholic Costume was such a success. We at Catholic All Year loved looking through each and every costume to choose the winners and honorable mentions. So, without further ado, here we go!

Our email winner:

Our Lady of Guadalupe & St. Juan Diego

Runner-Ups:

A happy St. Edith Stein
Miraculous Medal & St. Catherine Laboure

Honorable Mentions:

Mother Teresa
St Faustina

Our Instagram winner:

St Juan Diego

Runner Ups:

Bl. Chiara Badano (x2) – middle
St. Damien of Molokai & St John the Baptist

Honorable Mentions:

St Patrick, Mother Teresa & St. Lucy
St Maximilian Kolbe

Our Facebook winner:

Immaculate Heart of Mary, St Sebastian, and St Gianna Molla

Runner-Ups:

St Cecilia
Pope St Gregory the Great (far right)

Congratulations to all our winners and runner-ups!

And now, for a compilation of some of the other very creative costumes:

Saint Bartholomew, Saint Brendon the Navigator, Saint Louis, Saint Gianna, Saint Rita and Blessed Carlo Acutis.
St Dymphna & St Francis of Assisi
St Kateri
St Christopher and St Josephine Bakhita
Bl Carlo Acutis
St Anne & King David
Little Nellie of Holy God
St Michael the Archangel
St Ephigenia
Bl Pier Giorgio Frassati
St Oscar Romero, St Therese, St Bridget of Sweden
St. Lucia, St. Bercham, Blessed Mother and Fr. Kapaun (Servant of God)
Bilocating Padre Pio
St Margaret Mary Alocoque
Bl Carlo Acutis
OL Mount Carmel
The Little Flower
Bl Carlos Acutis, St Cecilia, St Christopher, St Gianna Molla, St Bernadette, San Juan Diego
Pope St. John Paul II
St Juan Diego

Thank you to all who entered!


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1 Comment

  1. windyw

    I love the bilocating Padre Pios! So clever!

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