Schrader, Clemens

Schrader, Clemens a Roman Catholic divine, was born in 1820 at Itzum, in Hanover. He studied philosophy and theology at the Collegium Germanicum in Rome. In 1843 he was made doctor of philosophy, in 1846 he received holy orders, and in 1848 he was made doctor of theology. In 1850 he was appointed professor of dogmatics in Louvain; in 1851 he was called to Rome as professor of introduction to the New Test., where he afterwards also lectured on dogmatics; and in 1857 he was called to the Vienna University. This office he was obliged to resign, as he would not subscribe in 1868 to the new laws of the state. Since then he lived mostly in France, and died at Poitiers Feb. 23, 1875. He wrote Theses Theologicoe and De Unitate Ecclesioe. In popular writings he explained the Syllabus, etc. See Literarischer Handweiser, 1875, p. 158. (B.P.)

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