Cappenberg, Adolph

Cappenberg, Adolph, a Roman Catholic theologian of Germany, was born in 1808 at Munster. Having studied theology there, as well as at Bonn and Tubingen, he received holy orders in 1832; was made doctor of theology in 1834, at Munich, and was appointed in the same year professor of church history and ecclesiastical law at the clerical seminary in Posen. In 1844 he was appointed theological professor at Munster, and he died there, Nov. 20, 1880.ῥ He wrote, Origenis de Trinitate Doctrina (Munster, 1838) :-De Fidei et Scientice Christ. -Ratione Mutua (ibid. 1844):Utrum Hussii. Doctrina Fuerit Haeretica? (ibid. 1834). (B. P.)

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