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This year’s Stefanos Awards | hirado. hu

This year’s Stefanos Awards |  hirado. hu

Joseph Marton, emeritus professor, Balsari attorney and president of the Institute, received the Stefanos Prize this year. The tribute was presented by Cardinal Peter Erdi, Archbishop of Esztergom-Budapest and Antal Spani, Bishop of Székesfeherver County, President of the Stefanos Foundation, on Monday in Budapest.

Antal Spani said: The Stefanos Prize is a cultural prize of the Szent István Association and the Stephanus Foundation, which has been awarded since 1993 at the opening of the annual Szent István Book Week in the literary and theological categories.

The laureates are authors who “convey in their works and publications published in the Hungarian language the value system of world European Christian culture, both in the field of theological sciences and literary genres.” Since its inception, 62 people have won the award

he added.

Gábor Sarbak, President of SzIT, read the eulogy for Laszlo Komaromy at Pál Sáry. Pal Sari was born in Miskolc in 1970. He completed his high school education at the Piarist High School in Kecskemét, after which he studied law at the University of Miskolc’s Faculty of Law and Law. He graduated summa cum laude in 1997. After working for a year as a court painter, he returned to the university, where he has been a full-time lecturer since 1998.

In 2003, he obtained his Ph.D. with a doctoral dissertation entitled “Reforms of the Criminal Law of Sulla”, and in 2012 he obtained his habilitation. In 2017 he was appointed as a university professor. Since 2012 he has been Head of the Department of Romanian Law at Miskolc University, and since 2014 he has been Director of the Institute of Legal History and Legal Theory, which includes several departments.

Nearly two hundred of his publications and research center on ancient Roman criminal law, the religious and political measures of the Roman emperors, the relationship between church and state in the ancient Roman Empire, and the wisdom of the early Christian state.

It was said.

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Tamas Toth, Secretary of the Hungarian Catholic Bishops’ Conference, paid tribute to Joseph Marton and said: He was born in Sekelikal, Maros County, in 1950. He completed his theological studies in Gyulafehérvár between 1969 and 1975. In 1992, he received his Doctor of Theology degree from Pázmány Péter Catholic University of Budapest and wrote his dissertation on the training of a Catholic priest in Transylvania.

He was ordained a priest by Bishop Áron Márton in 1975. After five years of pastoral service, he became, since the fall of 1980, professor of patristics, catechism and preaching at the Faculty of Religions in Gyulafhérvár.

In addition to his work as a teacher, in 1990 he organized theological training for the laity in Transylvania and led it for 9 years. And in 1996, he was actively involved in organizing the Faculty of Roman Catholic Theology at Babes-Bolay University in Cluj.

In 1996 he received a university teacher’s degree. From 1996 until his retirement in 2016, he was University Professor and Dean for 15 years at the Faculty of Roman Catholic Theology at Babes-Bolyai University in Cluj.

His area of ​​research is the treatment of the written legacy of the Roman Catholic Bishop Gyolafhérvar Marton Auron, as well as the history of the Catholic Church in Transylvania. He helped publish the 28-volume Aron Márton Legacy series. According to Tamas Toth, Joseph Marton is a tireless servant of the Church and science.

Featured image: Retired university professor Joseph Marton and attorney Pal Sari, rector of the university, are recipients of the Stefanos Prize this year (Photo: MTI/Tamás Kovács)

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