About: Hurter

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The von Hurter family belonged to the Swiss nobility; in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries three of them were known for their conversions to Roman Catholicism, their ecclesiastical careers in Austria and their theological writings.

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  • The von Hurter family belonged to the Swiss nobility; in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries three of them were known for their conversions to Roman Catholicism, their ecclesiastical careers in Austria and their theological writings. (en)
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  • Hurter, Friedrich von, Historiker (en)
  • Hurter, Hugo von, Jesuit, Dogmatiker (en)
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  • F. M. Rudge (en)
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  • Friedrich Wilhelm Bautz (en)
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  • Family of Hurter (en)
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  • The von Hurter family belonged to the Swiss nobility; in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries three of them were known for their conversions to Roman Catholicism, their ecclesiastical careers in Austria and their theological writings. (en)
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  • Hurter (en)
  • Hurter (de)
  • Hurter (fr)
  • Hurter (sv)
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