Edited By Hans Paarhammer and Alfred Rinnerthaler
Die Renaissance der Idee einer katholischen Universität in Salzburg als „Waffenschmiede im Kampf gegen die Mächte der Finsternis“
The movement of establishing catholic universities saw its apex during the 19th century. Following the episcopal conference in Würzburg in 1848, the foundation of a „free catholic university“ for the German-speaking countries was demanded with increasing emphasis. Among others, also the city of Salzburg was considered as a potential location. During ← 657 | 658 → the subsequent decades there were several efforts to materialize that catholic university in Salzburg, but they all failed. The last attempt was made after World War II. This article deals with the renaissance of this century-old dream.
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