Dalai Lama wins Templeton Prize for work on science, religion

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The Dalai Lama speaks in 2011 at the Newark Peace Education Summit in Newark, N.J., where Nobel laureates compared different visions of nonviolence and reconciliation. Photo by Robert Sciarrino/The Star-Ledger.

The Dalai Lama speaks in 2011 at the Newark Peace Education Summit in Newark, N.J., where Nobel laureates compared different visions of nonviolence and reconciliation. Photo by Robert Sciarrino/The Star-Ledger.

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NEW YORK (RNS) The 2012 Templeton Prize, which recognizes "spiritual progress" in the world, was awarded to the Dalai Lama for his long-standing support of the engagement of religion and science. By Chris Herlinger.

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