KATERKAMP, kd'ter-kamp, JOHANN THEODOR HERMANN: German Roman Catholic; b. at Ochtrup (25 m. n.w. of Münster), Westphalia, Jan. 17, 1764; d. at Munster June 9, 1834. He studied in Münster, was ordained priest in 1787, and for ten years was tutor to the sons of Baron Droste-Vischering, spending a part of this time traveling with his wards in Switzerland and Italy. From 1797 till 1806 he resided in the home of Princess Amalie Galitzin. In 1809 he became professor of church history at Münster, and in 1831 was appointed dean of the cathedral at Münster. His principal work is his church history to the year 1153 (6 vols., Münster, 1819-34). He also published Denkwurdigkeiten aus dam Leben der Furatin Amalia van Gallitzin (1828).
BIBLIOGRAPHY: Trauerrede, by H. Brookmann Münster, 1834; E. Rassmann, Nachrichten von dem Leben und den Schriften Münsterländischer Schriftsteller, ib. 1866; KL, vii. 333-335.
KATTENBUSCH, kat'ten-bush, FRIEDRICH WILHELM FERDINAND: German Lutheran; b. at Kettwig (7 m. s.s.w. of Essen) Oct. 3, 1851. He studied in Bonn, Berlin, Halle (1869-73), and Göttingen (lic. theol., 1875); became privat-docent in Göttingen, 1876; professor of systematic theology at Giessen 1878, at Göttingen 1904, and at Halle,1906. He was created a privy ecclesiastical councilor in 1897 and since 1903 has been a member of the Norwegian Videnskabsselskabet. In theology he is a follower of Albrecht Ritschl, and has written among other works: Lehrbuch der vergleichenden Confessionskunde, i. (Freiburg, 1892); Das apostolische Symbol, seine Entstehung, sein geschichtlicher Sinn and seine ursprüngliche Stellung im Kultus und in der Theologie der Kirche (2 vols., Leipsic, 1894-1900) ; and Das sittliche Recht des Krieges (Giessen, 1906).
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