A remarkable spiritual-ocumenical affinity of choice between two important grafenberg and weibenoh authors around the year 1800 is traced by otto muller in the "poeten-eckela to. The event will take place on sunday, 19. January, 4 p.M., at the "friedmanns-braustuberl, second floor, bayreuther strabe 14 (in front of the hiltpoltsteiner tor), will take place. Grafenberg’s first dean johann heinrich witschel (1769 to 1847) and the benedictine priest willibald schrettinger (1772 to 1851) from the weibenohe monastery were united not only by their spiritual work, but also by their literary work in the spirit of enlightenment. Witschel, briefly a member of the bavarian chamber of deputies, wrote devotional books that were widespread in his time, railed against the degradation of sundays and chatted in 1797 in the noble inn "herrenschiebgraben" in nurnberg even with goethe passing through. Schrettinger, a monk with many literary, artistic and musical talents, moved with his books to munich in 1803 after the dissolution of the monasteries by napoleon, where as librarian of the royal court library he organized the extensive book collections. Otto muller traces her life in the region some 200 years ago and reads from schrettinger’s diary as well as from witschel’s successful book "morgen- und abendopfer nebst andere gesangen" ("morning and evening sacrifices along with other songs"), which was published in eleven editions.