Leander Schnerr

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Catholic priest and Benedictine monk

Why Is Leander Schnerr Influential?

According to Wikipedia, Leander Schnerr was a German-American Catholic priest and Benedictine monk who served as the archabbot of Saint Vincent Archabbey and president of Saint Vincent College from 1892 to 1920. Before being elected archabbot, he had a career as a priest serving German-speaking parishes in Kentucky, Pennsylvania, and Illinois.

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