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Balzan Prize Awarded to Pope John XXIII

Pope John XXIII, 1962

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Pope John XXIII receives the Balzan Prize, worth $230,000, for his contributions to "humanity, peace and brotherhood among peoples."

The International Balzan Prize Foundation awards its Balzan Prize every year to someone who has outstanding achievements in the humanities, natural sciences, culture, and human brotherhood.


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