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‘Catholic Nobel Prizes’ handed out as Poland marks Papal Day

11.10.2020 07:30
A set of annual awards dubbed the "Catholic Nobel Prizes" have been handed out in Warsaw as part of events to celebrate the legacy of the late Polish-born Pope John Paul II.
Totus Tuus statuettes on display during a previous awards ceremony in Warsaw.
Totus Tuus statuettes on display during a previous awards ceremony in Warsaw.Photo: Andrzej Hrechorowicz

A host of individuals, both lay and clergy, walked away with the Totus Tuus awards during a ceremony at the Royal Castle in Warsaw on Saturday afternoon.

The statuettes are presented annually to people and institutions that “contribute in a special way to building a civilization of brotherhood and love" while being inspired by the teachings of St. John Paul II, according to Fr. Dariusz Kowalczyk, chairman of the board of the Dzieło Nowego Tysiąclecia (Work of the New Millennium) Foundation, which organizes the annual event.

Sunday marks Papal Day in Poland, an annual celebration to remember and explore the teachings of John Paul II, the late Polish-born pope who headed the Roman Catholic Church from 1978 to 2005.

More info at dzielo.pl.

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Source: IAR, PAP