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Eckart Höfling (* October 28, 1936 in Langenprozelten/Unterfranken, Germany) is a German Catholic priest who works combating poverty in Brazil. In 1949 Eckart Höflich completed his schooling in Würzburg and passed the legal clerk exams in 1952. He assumed a position in Karlstadt until 1957, when he joined the Franciscan Order. He was sent to Brazil for the first time in 1959/1960. He studied philosophy and theology and was ordained a priest on December 10, 1966 by the Bishop of Würzburg, Josef Stangl. He was sent to Brazil to lead two parishes there. He was awarded the German Federal Cross of Merit (Bundesverdienstkreuz) for his work in 2007, and the Quadriga Award in 2008. Projects and Positions 1972: Director of the Franciscan Spirituality College 1977: Created a social services network in Rio de Janeiro He set up social centers in the favelas Vila Ideal and Prainha and organized regular medical care for the inhabitants of the favelas. The money for this project - over 2 million Euros in the past 30 years- was given by the German Georg Ludwig Rexroth-Stiftung[1]. 1986: Created a social services netowrk in São Paulo 1987: Director of the Franciscian Social Services Network Third Order in Rio de Janeiro. References ^ Georg Ludwig Rexroth-Stiftung: Die Projekte Vila Ideal und Prainha in Rio de Janeiro/Brasilien (in German) Persondata Name Hofling, Eckart Alternative names Short description Date of birth Place of birth Date of death Place of death This biographical article about a German religious figure is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it. v • d • e This article about the Roman Catholic clergy is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it. v • d • e