Bonifaz von Haneberg: Gelehrter - Abt - Bischof: michelindanielchansonfrancaise.com: Bischof, Professor Franz Xaver: Bücher. Haneberg, Daniel Bonifacius von (bayerischer Personaladel ). Bischof von Speyer, * Tanne bei Lenzfried (Schwaben), † Speyer. Daniel Bonifazius von Haneberg OSB (* Juni in Tannen bei Lenzfried; † Mai in Speyer) war ein deutscher Benediktiner, Abt, Theologe.
ABT BONIFAZ HANEBERG - Zweiter Abt von St. BonifazBald nach Beginn der Obdachlosenarbeit in Sankt Bonifaz wurde Ende die Bonifatius-Haneberg-Stiftung gegründet. Ihre Erträge fließen nur dem. Bonifatius von Haneberg. Universitätsprofessor; Benediktiner und 2. Abt von St. Bonifaz, – Bischof von Speyer. * Juni Lenzfried b. Kempten. Bonifaz von Haneberg (–) galt schon zu Lebzeiten als Personifizierung des gelehrten, polyglotten Benediktiners. Mit diesem Buch wird erstmals die.
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In , he became extraordinary professor of Hebrew and of Holy Scripture in the same university, and in ordinary professor. His lectures, wherein he displayed a solid learning, a constant discretion, and a deep piety, were attended with great profit and delight by an increasing number of students not only from Bavaria, but also from the other German States, and soon caused him to be regarded as one of the most prominent Catholic professors of his day.
He carried out the duties of his priestly calling, such as preaching, attendance at the confessional, answers to sick-calls, etc. His learning and still more his virtues, secured for him great favor at the Bavarian court, and he acted as tutor in the families of the Duke Maxmilian and Prince Leopold.
In , he joined the Order of St. Benedict , and a few years afterwards was chosen abbot of the Benedictine monastery of St.
Boniface at Munich. He soon founded the Reform School at Andechs in Upper Bavaria, and a little he tried, but with small success, to establish missions of his order in Algiers and in the Orient.
At the approach of the Vatican Council he was invited by Pope Pius IX to share in the labours preparatory to that assembly.
After the dogma of papal infallibility had been solemnly proclaimed by the Council 18 July , and publicly accepted by the German Bishops assembled at Fulda, end of August, , Hanneberg humbly gave up his former views concerning this point of doctrine, and sincerely submitted to the authority of the Church.
From onwards, several episcopal sees had been offered him, but he had declined them all. At length, however, on his presentation by the King of Bavaria for the Bishopric of Spires and at the instance of the Sovereign Pontiff, the humble abbot accepted that see, and was consecrated 25 August His zeal and success in the government of this diocese fully justified his selection for the episcopal dignity.
In days of opposition to Catholicism in Germany — the days of the framing and application of the Falk Laws — he fought against the encroachments of the civil power on the ecclesiastical jurisdiction.
He also strenuously, though not always successfully, combated the influence of the Old Catholics of the time.
He was most unsparing of himself in his confirmation tours, although the bodily fatigues thus entailed were far too much for his failing strength. After a few days of sickness he succumbed 31 May to pneumonia , which he had contracted in one of those episcopal tours, and was lamented by both clergy and people who revered him as a saint.
Haneberg was a distinguished and prolific writer. During the years and he worked on his "Die religiösen Alterthümer der Hebrüer", and in he published his "Einleitung in das Alte Testament" as a text-book for his lectures.