Innsbruck revisited

I was thrilled to get the news this week that my essay “Angels in Innsbruck” was selected by Dappled Things as the winner of their 2021 Jacques Maritain Prize for Nonfiction. Dappled Things is a wonderful literary journal, the only one I know of with the explicit mission of publishing Catholic literature. They’re both online and in print; the print journal features some really beautiful artwork and is well worth the subscription.

To celebrate the occasion, I thought I’d post a few pictures from my summer in Innsbruck to go along along with the essay. First the angels in the Jesuit church…

And then a few pictures of beautiful Innsbruck.

Author: Anthony Lusvardi, SJ

Anthony R. Lusvardi, S.J., teaches sacramental theology at the Pontifical Gregorian University in Rome. He writes on a variety of theological, cultural, and literary topics.

One thought on “Innsbruck revisited”

  1. Beautiful pictures. Brings back wonderful memories. I was able to visit Innsbruck and other places in Austria when I was stationed in Germany another lifetime ago. Absolutely gorgeous and inspiring. Thanks for the memories Father. P.S. Having almost completely recovered from bronchitis, I’m back to cardio rehab on Monday.

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