|The Johanneum Episcopal Theologian Convict|
Episcopal coat of arms of the Rottenburg-Stuttgart diocese
|Seminar type||Theological convict|
|carrier||Diocese of Rottenburg-Stuttgart|
The Johanneum is one of two theological convicts of the Rottenburg-Stuttgart diocese in Tübingen . It was founded in 1935 because a year earlier, over 75 new students were enrolled at Wilhelmsstift for the first time and there were not enough rooms available. Originally founded as a theological convict for basic studies, it has housed the theological-propaedeutic seminar Ambrosianum since 2008 . The new building from 2012 received the Baden-Württemberg State Building Culture Award.
Facilities associated with the Johanneum
- Bettina Klinge, Olaf Kiel: Consecrated by kings and bishops. Reorganization of the Johanneum in Tübingen. In: Denkmalpflege in Baden-Württemberg , 42nd year 2013, issue 4, pp. 216–220.
- Katholisches Volksblatt of April 4, 1935, No. 79, p. 12
- State Prize for Building Culture Baden-Württemberg. Won - db deutsche bauzeitung . In: db deutsche bauzeitung . April 4, 2016 ( db-bauzeitung.de [accessed June 18, 2018]).