At a ceremony held at the Vatican's Apostolic Palace, Pope Francis, on Saturday, November 18, handed out this year's Ratzinger Prize, with Estonian composer Arvo Part among the recipients, along with two notable theologians.
The Ratzinger Prize has also been named the Nobel Prize in Theology. It recognizes outstanding people for their research in Theology or related fields. The prize can also be handed out for artwork with spiritual content, the Arvo Part Center said. Part is the first musician to be awarded the Ratzinger Prize.
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