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    • in America, Johannes Scheffler was born in the German city of Breslau in
    • mother enrolled him and his brother at the Elizabeth Gymnasium in Breslau,
    • Oels immediately, and returned to Breslau.
    • Breslau in thorough study of them. On June 12, 1653 Johannes Scheffler
    • general of the diocese of Breslau. As a simple parish priest in the village
    • the Catholic church in Breslau. Now a Franciscan priest, he organized the
    • first Catholic procession held in Breslau for well over a century. And to
    • von Rostock, who meanwhile had become Prince-Bishop of Breslau. Seven years
    • miles from Breslau, and was noted for its hospitality to all who knocked at its

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