Pichler, Veit a German Roman Catholic theologian and member of the Society of Jesus, was born at Berchtofen, Bavaria, in the second half of the 17th century. He entered the Jesuitic order, and was a professor of canonical law at Dillingen; became in 1716 professor of jurisprudence at Ingoldstadt, and in 1731 he obtained a professorship of jurisprudence at Munich, He died in 1736. We have of him, Iter polemnicun au Ecclesie catholicae veritatem (Augsb. 1708, 8vo): — Examen polemicut super Augustana confessione (ibid. 1708, 8vo): — Papatus numquam errans in proponendis fidei articulis (ibid. 1709, 8vo): — Lutheranismus constantor errans in fidei articulis (ibid. 1709, 8vo): — Theologia polemica (ibid. 1719, 4to, and often): — Summa jurisprudentiae sacrae (ibid. 1723, 5 volumes, 8vo): — Jus canonicum practiae explicatum (ibid. 1728, 4to; 1735, 1746, fol.). — Hoefer, Nouv. Biog. Generale, 40:77.