1798, Feb 51864, Aug 7
a French Catholic bishop and writer. The years 1839-49 he spent in Rome, gathering data for his "Esquisse de Rome Chr├ętienne". Recalled by Monseigneur Sibour, he became successively professor of sacred eloquence at the Sorbonne, Vicar-General of Amiens, and bishop of Perpignan (1854). His episcopate was marked by the holding of a synod, the reorganization of clerical studies, various religious foundations, and by the pastoral instruction of 1860 sur diverses erreurs du temps pr├ęsent, which served as a model for the Syllabus of Pope Pius IX.
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