2014 Ratzinger Prize winners announced
Catholic World News - June 17, 2014
At a June 17 Vatican press conference, Cardinal Camillo Ruini, the retired vicar general of the Diocese of Rome, announced the winners of the 2014 Ratzinger Prize in theology.
The winners are Anne-Marie Pelletier, a French biblical scholar who has written on Christianity and women, and Msgr. Waldemar Chrostowski, a Polish biblical scholar who has written on Judaism. The two will receive their awards on November 22.
The prizes, first given in 2011, are awarded by the Joseph Ratzinger - Benedict XVI Vatican Foundation.
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