Gottfried Neunhäuserer

HIER WOHNTE
GOTTFRIED 
NEUNHÄUSERER
PATER ROMUALD
JG. 1882
DEPORTIERT 1941
SCHLOSS HARTHEIM
ERMORDET 8.5.1942
Father Romuald<br>Photo: Archive archabbey St. Peter, Photo B 540
Father Romuald
Photo: Archive archabbey St. Peter, Photo B 540

Stiftshof St. Peter

Förtsch, Jakob Neunhäuserer, Gottfried

Gottfried NEUNHAEUSERER OSB (Ordo Sancti Benedicti), born 1882 in Welsberg near Bruneck (South Tyrol), was Benedictine priest at St. Peter Monastery, with the religious name Romuald (1903 admittance and investiture, 1907 Perpetual Consecration, 1908 ordination as priest).

From 1909 to 1920 Father Romuald filled the following positions: chaplain/cooperator, penitentiary, seminary prefect and pilgrimage priest.

Father Romuald, who, from 1920 was patient in Salzburg-Lehen mental hospital, was deported on 17 April 1941 to Hartheim and murdered there on 8 May 1941.

Author:Gert Kerschbaumer
Translation:Stan Nadel

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