Alban Haas

Alban Haas (* 19. February 1877 in Marktoffingen with Nördlingen; † 15. May 1968 in new city at the crying race) was a German catholic priest and Prälat (title: “Papal Hauskaplan”, official address: “Monsignore”).

In new city Haas was, the 1925 to the Dr. theol. one attained a doctorate, to religion teachers at the Humanisti High School (since 1964 Kurfürst Ruprecht High School). Because of its earnings/services to the homeland research he was appointed the honour citizen by new city and honoured there, as also in his place of birth, with a road dedication.

Its younger half brother (from the second marriage of the father, who was likewise a teacher and Alban Haas was called) was a composer and max active pupil Joseph Haas.

works

  • the Interdikt after valid right with an historical overview. - Amsterdam: Schippers, 1963 (Repr. D. Expenditure. Peppering castle Univ. Diss. 1925)
  • From the Nüwenstat : Of and living medieval new city to the Haardt. - Neustadt/Weinstr. : Self publishing house, 1. Edition 1951 (sub-title starting from the 2. Edition - 1964 - amended into “… at the crying race”)
  • the life hl. Franz of Assisi : 1952 (German translation franz. Book of Omer close living ore, La Vie de St. François d'Assisi, Paris 1947, by Alban Haas and Annemarie Hogg)
  • the Lazaristen in the Kurpfalz : Contributions to their history. - Neustadt/Weinstr. : Pfälzi publishing house, 1960

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