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Church official

Conrad Augustine Hauser, American church official. Member Committee on Education Pennsylvania Council of C.E., and Philadelphia Council of C.E.; member International Council of Religious Education, Phi Delta Kappa.

Background

Hauser, Conrad Augustine was born on May 17, 1872 in Frederick, Maryland, United States. Son of John Conrad and Mary (Rommel) Hauser.

Education

Bachelor of Arts, Johns Hopkins, 1894. Graduate Theological Seminary Reformed Church in the United States, Lancaster, Pennsylvania, 1897. Studied University of Berlin, 1900-1901.

Master of Arts, University of Pennsylvania, 1921, Doctor of Philosophy, 1922.

Career

1 son, Paul Martin Conrad. Ordained ministry Reformed Church in the United States, 1897. Pastor successively Salem Church, Frostburg, Maryland., St. Mark’s Church, Cumberland, and Emanuel Church, Rochester, New York, until 1911.

Appointed educational superintendent for Publication and Sunday School Board, Reformed Church, September 1911, editor, 1923, educational secretary and editor religious publications same board, 1925-1939. Director field promotion, Board of C.E. of Evangelical and Reformed Church.

Membership

Member Committee on Education Pennsylvania Council of C.E., and Philadelphia Council of C.E. Member International Council of Religious Education, Phi Delta Kappa.

Connections

Married Sophia M. Hartig, October 24, 1901.

father:
John Conrad Hauser

mother:
Mary (Rommel) Hauser

spouse:
Sophia M. Hartig