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Eduard Karl Habsburg-Lorraine (born January 12, 1967 in Munich ; all first names Eduard Karl Joseph Michael Marcus Antonius Koloman Volkhold Maria) is a German-Hungarian Catholic author and media professional. Since 2015 he has been the Ambassador of Hungary to the Holy See and the Sovereign Order of Malta.
Edward Habsburg-Lorraine family
Eduard Habsburg-Lothringen is the son of Michael Habsburg-Lothringen (* 1942) and Christiana nee Princess of Löwenstein-Wertheim- Rosenberg (* 1940). His paternal grandfather was Archduke Josef Franz of Habsburg-Lorraine (1895-1957), a son of Archduke Joseph August (1872-1962) and Princess Auguste Maria Luise of Bavaria (1875-1964). Augusta of Bavaria was a daughter of Archduchess Gisela , daughter of the imperial couple Franz Joseph I and Elisabeth . Eduard Habsburg-Lothringen is therefore a great-great-great-grandson of Franz Joseph and Elisabeth (Sisi).
Edward Habsburg-lorraine Life
Eduard Habsburg-Lothringen studied at the KU Eichstätt and received his doctorate magna cum laude in 1999 with a thesis on “The End of Neuthomism ” . In the following years he wrote screenplays for films such as The Christmas Dog (2004) and Two Christmas Dogs (2005) as well as SOKO Donau (from 2005). Together with director Thomas Imbach , he wrote the English-language screenplay for the feature film Mary Queen of Scots (2013). According to his own statements, he waited for the Dominican to publish his doctoral thesis-Ordens until 2006 because she deals with “very delicate processes” within the Theological Faculty of the University of Friborg (Switzerland) from the 1960s to 1980s “in some cases in great detail”. In April 2006 he held a block seminar in English for his dissertation at the Gaming University (“ Rise and Fall of Thomism in the 20th century ”). In 2007 he held a block seminar on comics, animation and philosophy at the Istituto di Filosofia Applicata of the Facoltà di Teologia in Lugano (Switzerland).
His first novel Die Reise mit Nella was published in spring 2008, followed by several novels and non-fiction books. In 2008, Habsburg also translated the Christian children’s book What a Mass weighs by Josephine Nobisso into German. From 2009 to 2014 he was Bishop Klaus Küng ‘s media officer in the Diocese of St. Pölten . In 2014, the documentary series Where Grafen Sleep was shown on Servus TV , which is based on his book and in which he leads the actress Jessica Schwarz through a total of 14 different castles in Germany and Austria. In November 2014 he started withAlexander Waschkau the podcast a matter of faith. Atheism and Catholicism in Discourse .
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In 2015 she was accepted into the Brotherhood of Santa Maria dell’Anima (“Anima Brotherhood”) in Rome. Since November 2016, Eduard Habsburg-Lorraine has been a Knight of the Order of the Golden Fleece .