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Polish Radio section awarded ‘Catholic Nobel Prize’

13.10.2019 11:00
The Chief Editorial Office of Catholic Broadcasts of Polish Radio has been awarded the Totus Tuus award, dubbed the "Catholic Nobel Prize", in the media category.
Polish Primate Archbishop Wojciech Polak (R), Editor-in-Chief of the Catholic Broadcasts of Polish Radio Fr Andrzej Majewski (2L), Małgorzata Bartas-Witan (L) and President of the Management Board of Generali Investments TFI Grzegorz Piwowar (2R) during the Totus Tuus Awards gala.
Polish Primate Archbishop Wojciech Polak (R), Editor-in-Chief of the Catholic Broadcasts of Polish Radio Fr Andrzej Majewski (2L), Małgorzata Bartas-Witan (L) and President of the Management Board of Generali Investments TFI Grzegorz Piwowar (2R) during the Totus Tuus Awards gala.PAP/Wojciech Olkuśnik

The ceremony was held at Warsaw’s Royal Castle on Saturday.

The Totus Tuus Awards recognise individuals and institutions whose activities contribute to the promotion of the teachings of pope John Paul II.

The prize is granted by the Work of the New Millennium Foundation.

The award was received by the section’s editor-in-chief, Father Andrzej Majewski and Polish Radio journalist Małgorzata Bartas-Witan.

Father Majewski said: "If we managed to talk to [the section’s] listeners in such a way as to unite them, to create a meeting platform, to make the church appear like a common home for all people, if we succeeded in doing so and if the jury panel noticed it, then we would like to thank them very, very much.”

The Totus Tuus Award is the brainchild of Bishop Jan Chrapek, who died in 2001.

The statuettes depicting angels were awarded for the first time by the Work of the New Millennium Foundation 18 years ago.

(aba)

Source: IAR