Youngest of seven children. Priest, ordained on 12 May 1918 in the cathedral in Brixen, Italy. Taught at several schools, and was known for his ministry to young people. Studied canon law in Rome, Italy in 1930. Practiced law in the Sacra Rota Romana at the Vatican. Received the title Monsignor in 1935. Appointed pro-vicar apostolic of the diocese of Feldkirch, Austria on 15 January 1939. Imprisoned and martyred in the Nazi persecutions of World War II.
- guillotined on 13 November 1944 in Halle an der Saale, Germany
- body cremated and ashes buried in Halle an der Saale
- ashes returned to Göfis, Feldkirch, Austria in 1948
- 13 November 2011 by Pope Benedict XVI
- beatification recognition celebrated at the parish of Saint Martin, Dornbirn, Vorarlberg, Austria, presided by Cardinal Angelo Amato
- “Blessed Carl Lampert“. CatholicSaints.Info. 17 November 2015. Web. 2 December 2016. <>