Aschenbrenner, Beda

Aschenbrenner, Beda a Roman Catholic theologian of Germany, was born March 6, 1756, at Vielreich, in Lower Bavaria. At a very early age he joined the order of the Benedictines; from 1775 to 1780 studied dogmatics and church history; was appointed in 1781 professor of rhetoric at Neuburg, on the Danube; and in 1786 professor of canon law and church history in the monastery of his order at Oberalteich. Three years later he was called to Ingolstadt, where he died July 24, 1817. He wrote, Elementa Prcelectionum Canonicarum (Ratisbon, 1788, 3 pts.):-Breviarium Historice Ecclesiasticce (ibid. 1789):-Commentarius de Obligatione, quoa Nationi Germanicam Incumbit, Concordata Aschafenburgensia seu Vindobonensia etiamnum Illibate Servandi, etc. '(Ingolstadt, 1796).' See Doring, Die gelehrten Theologen Deutschlands, i, 23 sq. (B. P.)

 
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