Achille Vander Heeren
Achille Vander Heeren (1880- ?) was a Belgian Catholic biblical scholar. He was Professor of Moral Theology and Librarian at the Great Seminary, Bruges. He wrote several articles for the Catholic Encyclopedia, including those on Scandal (theology), and Suicide.
He also wrote a series of pamphlets circulated among Dutch-speaking Catholics in the 1930s: De Joden: hun bekering (1935), Gelooven (1936), Sint Jans Evangelie (1937).
- The Catholic Encyclopedia and its makers 1917 "Vander Heeren, Reverend Achille, stl, b. 16 December 1880. Education: Preparatory Seininary, Roulers, Belgium; Seminary, Bruges; University of Louvain, Belgium. Ordained 1903; professor of moral theology (1907-1910) and of Holy "
- Grootseminarie, Brugge.
- National Genealogical Society quarterly: Volume 93, Issues 1-4 National Genealogical Society - 2005 "For a statement of Catholic moral theology written less than forty years after the Martin suicide, see A. Vander Heeren, "Suicide," in Catholic Encyclopedia, 14: 326-28. He voices the attitude of the church at the end of the "
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