Augustinus Bludau

Priest, Deceased Person

1862 – 1930

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Who was Augustinus Bludau?

Augustinus Bludau was a Bishop of Ermland in East Prussia from 1909–1930.

Bludau was born in Guttstadt as a son of a tailor. After attending the Gymnasium in Elbing, he started to study Catholic divinity at the Collegium Hosianum in Braunsberg. Bludau was ordained in 1887 and worked as a vicar in Marienwerder. He perpetuated his studies in Münster and gained his doctorate in 1891. Afterwards he returned to Braunsberg as a vicar. In 1894 Bludau became apostolic prefect at the bishops seminary and after the death of Andreas Thiel bishop of Ermland.

In 1895 Bludau was appointed a non tenured professor at the University of Münster and in 1899 a full professor of the New Testament.

Bludau died in Frauenburg.

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Born
Mar 6, 1862
Dobre Miasto
Nationality
  • Poland
Profession
Died
Feb 9, 1930
Frombork

Submitted
on July 23, 2013

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