Chronology

Education:

1922-25 Jesuit formation in Ignatian spirituality and philosophy in Austria
1925-27 and in Germany
1929-33 Theological studies in Holland
1934-36 Graduate studies in philosophy at Freiburg with four semesters in Martin Heidegger’s seminar
1936 Completed doctoral and postdoctoral studies in theology at Innsbruck
Doctorate (19/12/1936)
Habilitation (1/7/1937)
1922 Entered the Jesuit novitiate

Career:

1928 Taught Latin
26/7/1932 Ordained
1937-10/1939 Taught dogmatics at Innsbruck until the Jesuits were expelled by the Nazis
1939-44 Vienna
1944-45 Pastoral work in the Bavarian village, Mariakirchen
1945-48 Taught theology in Pullach
1948-64 Taught at Innsbruck
1962-65 Peritus at Vatican Council II
1964-67 Succeeded Romano Guardini in the Chair for Christianity and the Philosophy of Religion at Munich
1967-71 Professor of Dogmatic Theology at Münster
1969-74 International Theological Commission
1971-81 Emeritus at Munich
1981-84 Emeritus at Innsbruck
30/3/1984 Died at Innsbruck

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