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After receiving 367 works from 170 universities and over 30 countries, the international jury, meeting at the University Francisco de Vitoria, has chosen four winners and two honorable mentions that best answered the challenge of actively promoting a dialogue between sciences and theology/philosophy.

The Awards ceremony will take place at the Pontifical Academy of Sciences in Vatican City on September 27th.

Loyola University won in the Teaching category: Michael Schuck, Nancy C. Tuchman and Michael J. Garanzini, SJ. Project: "Healing earth," had the winning entry. On hand to accept the award will be Chris Wolff, one of the two from Loyola who will go to the Vatican to accept the award.

Celtic Women International Appearance
Chris was the person who did all of the behind the scenes technology for Healing Earth. If you would like to meet Chris, she will be the presenter for Celtic Women International's monthly meeting at the Irish American Heritage Center, 4626 N Knox Ave., in Chicago at their general meeting on October 18th. The meetings begin at 7:00 pm with a half-hour of socializing, networking and refreshments; a formal program begins at 7:30, followed by an opportunity to talk with program presenter(s) individually and to continue discussions with fellow attendees.

Donations are accepted at the door to help defray the costs of room rental, postage and printing.

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