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...Bernard Riquet (his birth name) was born in Nogent-le-Rotrou in 1603 and died in Rouen on 28 August 1694. He entered the Discalced Carmelite order in 1623. After his studies he taught philosophy and theology in various colleges of the order...
...Enlightenment thinkers in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries sometimes disparaged religion as superstitious and potentially disruptive of social order. Roman Catholicism Catholicism seemed particularly dangerous given its irrational...
...Raymond, Joseph-Sabin Joseph-Sabin Raymond was born on 13 March 1810 to French merchant Joseph Raimond and his wife Louise Cartier in the town of Saint-Hyacinthe, located east of Montréal in Lower Canada. As a teenager Raymond began...
...Angers Caen Daniel de Saint-Joseph Saint-Malo Tours Born in Saint-Malo in 1601, the young Daniel entered the Discalced Carmelite order, took his vows in 1618 at the monastery in Angers and adopted the name of Daniel de Saint-Joseph. He...
...Ariège Foix Pamiers Rome Toulouse Raymond Mailhat was born in 1611 in the diocese of Pamiers (Ariège) and died in Rome in 1693. We know that he left Pamiers when he was young to study the humanities in Toulouse and that he entered...
...Bouvart, Martin Martin Bouvart (baptized as Samuel) was born on 15 August 1637 in Chartres, France. He went to a school at Blois for his training in classics and humanities, and then he joined the Jesuit noviciate in Paris in 1658, where he...
...Zallinger, Jacob Anton Stattler, Benedikt Kant, Immanuel Jacob Anton Zallinger was born in Bozen (Tyrol) in 1735 and died there in 1813. After studying at Munich and Innsbruck, he entered the Society of Jesus in 1753, was ordained in 1765...
...Odelin, Jacques Jacques Odelin, a priest and philosopher, was born on 5 August 1789 in Saint-Constant, a town near Montréal in Lower Canada (now the province of Québec). His prominence was tied to his challenge to the theory of French...
...Lesieur-Désaulnier, Isaac-Stanislas Isaac-Stanislas Lesieur-Désaulniers was a priest and professor at the Saint-Hyacinthe Seminary who left behind few writings, but nevertheless influenced a generation of students with his ideas about...
...Taschereau, Elzéar Alexandre Elzéar-Alexandre Taschereau was born on 17 February 1820 in Sainte-Marie-de-la- Nouvelle-Beauce, Lower Canada (Québec). He entered the Petit Séminaire de Québec in 1828 and completed his classical studies...