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Clergyman , educator

Aurelius Stehle, American clergyman, educator.

Background

Stehle, Aurelius was born on April 30, 1877 in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, United States. Son of Richard and Rose (Niggel) Stehle.

Education

Bachelor of Arts, St. Vincent College, Pennsylvania, 1895. A.M., St. Vincent Seminary, 1898. Doctor of Divinity, Rome, 1920.

Doctor of Laws, Notre Dame U., Indiana, 1925. Joined the Benedictine Fathers (O.S.B.), 1893. Ordained priest Roman Catholic Church, under canonical age with special Papal dispensation, 1899.

Professor Latin and Greek, St. Vincent College, later prefect of Seminary, coadjutor abbot, 1918, archabbot (president) St. Vincent Archabbey, and president St. Vincent College and Seminary, September 3, since 1920. President Benedictine Society of Westmoreland Company, Pennsylvania. Chancellor Catholic University of Peking, China.

Career

President Benedictine Society of Westmoreland Company, Pennsylvania.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Author: Manual of Episcopal Ceremonies, 1914.

Connections

father:
Richard Stehle

mother:
Rose (Niggel) Stehle