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Franziskus Hennemann

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Franziskus Hennemann
Franziskus Hennemann

Francis Xaver Hennemann S.A.C. (27 October 1882 – 17 January 1951), was a Titular Bishop in South Africa.[1][2]


Hennemann was born in Germany in Holthausen (Schmallenberg).[3] The son of a tradesman visiting the school in Fredeburg (Schmallenberg). In 1907 he became a priest ordained. Pope Pius X appointed him on 16 July 1913 to Titular Bishop of Coptus and ordered him coadjutor of the seriously ill Vicar Apostolic of Cameroon, Heinrich Vieter. As of 7 November 1914 he was appointed Vicar Apostolic of Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Yaoundé. Because of his success made him the pope 1933 to Vicar Apostolic of Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Cape Town.[4] On 2 September 1948 written Hennemann a letter, addressed to all the clergy of his diocese. In this letter he condemned the Nationalist government’s apartheid policy as "noxious, unchristian and destructive".[5] He died in 1951 in Cape Town.[6]



  • Sieben Jahre Missionsarbeit in Kamerun, Zeitfragen aus der Weltmission, 1918
  • Zwei Grundfragen afrikanischer Missionsarbeit, ZM 9, 1919
  • Die religiösen Vorstellungen der heidnischen Bewohner Süd-Kameruns, Ehrengabe dt. Wiss., Franz Fessler (Hrsg.), 1920
  • Werden und Wirken eines Afrikamissionars. Erlebtes und Erschautes., Pallottiner Verlag Limburg an der Lahn, 1922


  1. ^ Franziskus Xaver Hennemann
  2. ^ William Eric Brown: The Catholic Church in South Africa: from its origins to the present day, Page 352, Burns & Oates, 1960
  3. ^ The Tablet, 12 August 1933, Page 24, South Africa, Archive Online
  4. ^ Philippe Denis: The Dominican Friars in Southern Africa – A Social History (1577–1990), Page 125, 245-246 Brill, 1998, ISBN 9004111441, (Online Google Books)
  5. ^ Mark James: Advocate HJB Vieyra (1902–1965) and his contribution to the Roman Catholic Church’s stance on apartheid, Part of Mark James entitled: The history and spirituality of the Lay Dominicans in South Africa (1926–1994), Department of History of Christianity, University of KwaZulu-Natal, Pietermaritzburg, Online Version (PDF)
  6. ^ Metropolitan Archdiocese of Cape Town
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