Heinrich Brauns Prize

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The Heinrich Brauns Prize was donated on January 1, 1978 by the first Bishop of Essen, Franz Hengsbach , in memory of the Catholic priest and Reich Labor Minister Heinrich Brauns . It is awarded every two years to personalities who have made particular contributions to Catholic social teaching . The prize is endowed with 5000 euros.

Award winners

Previous winners were:

Web links


  1. Diocese of Essen awards Heinrich Brauns Prize 2012 , bistum-essen.de, notification of February 27, 2012.
  2. ^ Heinrich Brauns Prize 2015 of the Diocese of Essen , bistum-essen.de, notification of November 12, 2014.
  3. https://www.bistum-essen.de/presse/artikel/bistum-ehre-wilhelm-beermann-mit-dem-heinrich-brauns-preis/