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His Imperial and Royal Highness Imre of Habsburg-Lorraine will deliver an exclusive talk to the Christendom community on Thursday, April 12, titled: “100 Years Later: Quo Vadis Europa?” The talk will begin at 7:00 p.m. in the college’s St. Lawrence Commons.

Archduke Imre and his wife, Archduchess Kathleen.

Archduke Imre will be on campus with his wife, Her Imperial and Royal Highness Kathleen of Habsburg-Lorraine, for the event. Archduke Imre is the eldest son of Archduke Carl Christian of Austria, and the great-grandson of Blessed Emperor Karl of Austria, who was beatified by Pope Saint John Paul II.

Archduke Imre is noted for his lectures on his great-grandfather, who was the only political leader to support Benedict XV’s peace efforts during World War I.

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