Knoll, Albert Joseph
Knoll, Albert Joseph a Roman Catholic theologian of Germany, was born in 1796. He received holy orders in 1818 at Trent, and joined in the same year the order of the Capuchins. In 1820 he was teacher of religious philosophy, in 1823 professor of dogmatics, in 1847 custos-general at Rome. He died at Botzen, Tyrol, March 30, 1863. Knoll published. Institutiones Theologiae Generalis seu Fundamentalis (Innsbruck, 1846; 4th ed. 1865): — Expositio Regulae F.F. Minorum S.P. Francisci Assisi Congesta (ibid.
1850); Institutiones Theologiae Theoreticae seu Dogmatico Polemicae Concinnatae (Turin, 1862-64, 6 volumes). After his death was published Institutiones Theologiae Theoreticae seu Dogmatico-Polemicae (1865, 2 volumes). (B.P.)