Romano Guardini Prize

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The Romano Guardini Prize was founded in 1970 by the Catholic Academy in Bavaria , which Romano Guardini co- founded. The award medal was designed by Max Faller . The prize is now endowed with 10,000 euros and is now awarded roughly every two years. The award is given to personalities "who, in the broad sense of the word, have made outstanding contributions by Romano Guardini to the interpretation of time and the world in all areas of spiritual life". No distinction is made according to denomination or nationality .

Award winners

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Single receipts

  1. ^ Romano Guardini Prize , accessed on March 28, 2013.
  2. Academy of Sciences and Literature Mainz on the award, notification from March 18, 2014