Feigerle, Ignatius

Feigerle, Ignatius a Roman Catholic theologian and prelate of Germany, was a Moravian by birth. In 1818 he received holy orders; was in 1823 professor of theology at the lyceum in Olmutz; in 1827 first rector of the newly founded university there; in 1830 professor at the Vienna University; in 1831 court chaplain; and in 1840 court preacher there. In 1852 he was consecrated as bishop of St. Polten, and died September 27, 1863. He wrote, Historia Vitae SS. Thomae a Villanova, Thomae Aquinatis et Laur. Justiniani (Vienna, 1839): — Predigt-Entwiirfe (ibid. 1835, 3 volumes; 3d ed. 1844): — Predigten uber die heilige Messe (ibid. 1844): — Der geistige Kampf in Predigten (ibid. 1861, translated also into Italian). (B.P.)

 
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