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Notre Dame Professor awarded

Ratzinger Prize enriches human and spiritual heritage

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19 November 2021
The University of Notre Dame Australia is proud to announce that a member of its faculty, Professor Tracey Rowland, was one of four recipients of the Ratzinger Prize at a conferral ceremony in Rome on Saturday, 13 November. The Ratzinger Prize is colloquially described as the “Nobel Prize” in Theology. The Prize, awarded annually in Euros, is worth approximately $100,000 aud and is normally shared between two scholars. In 2020 the Prize was shared between Professor Rowland and France’s Jean-Luc Marion, and in 2021 between Professor Hanna-Barbara Gerl-Falkowitz and Professor Ludger Schwienhorst-Schönberger. Due to pandemic difficulties the conferral ceremony for the 2020 winners was held over and a combined ceremony was held for the 2020 and 2021 winners. Professor Rowland holds the Saint John Paul II Chair of Theology at The ...

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