Brandes, Carl

Brandes, Carl a Roman Catholic theologian of Germany, was born at Brunswick, April 18, 1810. In 1837 he received holy orders, in 1865 became doctor of theology, and died, August 7, 1867, as capitular of Maria-Einsiedeln, in the castle Pfaffikon. He wrote, Leben und Regel des heiligen Vaters Benedict (Einsiedeln, 1857, 3 volumes); he also translated the great work of Montalembert, on the monks of the west, into German. (B.P.)

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