Conrad of Geisenfeld

Conrad Of Geisenfeld a native of that city, was a Bavarian theologian, who pursued his studies and took his degrees at Vienna. In 1433 he entered the Benedictine order at Melk, in Austria, became prior in 1434, and resigned his functions in 1435. Nevertheless he had charge of reforming several houses of his order. For this purpose he was sent to Augsburg, Etthal, and Tegernsee. He was authorized to remain in this last-named place, where he died, in May 1460. He left several MS. works on theology, such Commentarii Interlineares in Epistolam Sancti Pauli ad Galatas et ad Titum. See Hoefer, Nouv. Biog. Generale, s.v.

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