Bernhard Lichtenberg
The Blessed Bernhard Lichtenberg (3 December 1875 – 5 November 1943) was a German Roman Catholic priest and theologian, who died while in the custody of forces of the Third Reich. He has been awarded ...
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Joseph Sweens
Joseph Francis Marie Sweens (22 March 1858 – 12 April 1950), was a Dutch Roman Catholic missionary bishop who served as the Vicar Apostolic of South Nyanza in German East Africa, later in the British-...
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John Thayer (priest)
The Reverend John Thayer (1755–5 February 1815) was the first native of New England ordained to the Roman Catholic priesthood. He was born in Boston, Massachusetts. Thayer was educated at Yale C...
Antonio de Sedella
Antonio de Sedella, O.F.M. Cap. (1748-19 January 1829) was a Spanish Capuchin friar who served as the leading religious authority of the Catholic Church in New Orleans, Louisiana, during the late 18th...
Bernard Mary of Jesus
Blessed Bernard Mary of Jesus, C.P., was a priest and member of the Congregation of the Passion, hailed as its ‘Second Founder’, born on 7 November 1831 in Rome, Italy; he died 9 December 1911 at Mori...
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Louis Querbes
For the former mayor of Shreveport, Louisiana, see Andrew Querbes.The Reverend Louis Querbes (1793–1859) was a Roman Catholic priest in France who was the founder of the Clerics of Saint Viator (CSV),...
Alfred Loisy
Alfred Firmin Loisy (28 February 1857, Ambrières, Marne – 1 June 1940, Ceffonds, Haute-Marne) was a French Roman Catholic priest, professor and theologian generally credited as a founder of Bibl...
Peter-Victor Braun
The Servant of God, Abbé Pierre-Victor Braun, (5 June 1825 – 18 May 1882) was a French Catholic priest who ministered to the poor of Paris. His work laid the foundations for the establishment of...
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Lorenzo Hervás y Panduro
Lorenzo Hervás y Panduro was a Spanish Jesuit and famous philologist; born at Horcajo, 1 May 1735; died at Rome, 24 August 1809.
Having entered the Jesuit order at Madrid, he studied at Alcalá de...
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Agostino Roscelli
Agostino Roscelli (27 July 1818 - 7 May 1902), also known as Augustine Roscelli, and Augustin Roscelli, was an Italian priest who inspired social change in Genoa, Italy for children and disadvantaged...
François-Napoléon-Marie Moigno
François-Napoléon-Marie Moigno, known in his later life as the Abbé Moigno, (15 April 1804 – 14 July 1884) was a French Catholic priest and one time Jesuit, as well as a physicist and author. He cons...
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Michael Garicoits
Saint Michael Garicoits (Garicoïts) (April 15, 1797 – May 14, 1863) was a French Basque saint. He was ordained priest at Bayonne in December 1823 and combated Jansenism in his parish of Cambo.<...
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Marie Theodor Ratisbonne
Marie-Théodor Ratisbonne, N.D.S., (December 28, 1802 - January 10, 1884) was a noted Jewish convert to the Catholic Church, who became a priest and missionary and who later founded the Congregation o...
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Paul Pisani
Paul Pisani (1852–1933) was a Franciscan friar and historian from France.
Pisani's ancestors of French-Italian origin settled at the Levant at the end of the 18th century. They served French and R...
Athanasius Allanson
Athanasius Allanson (11 June 1804 – 13 January 1876) was an English Benedictine monk and historian, and Abbot of Glastonbury from 1874 to 1876. His secular forename was Peter.London-born, he attended ...
Johann Martin Schleyer
Martin Schleyer ([joˈhan ˈmartiːn ˈʃlaɪ̯ər]; 18 July 1831 – 16 August 1912) was a German Catholic priest who invented the constructed language Volapük. His official name was "Martin Schleyer"; he...
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Sigismund Felix Freiherr von Ow-Felldorf
Sigismund Felix Freiherr von Ow-Felldorf (18 October 1855 in Berchtesgaden – 11 May 1936 in Passau) was the Bishop of Passau, Germany from 1907 until his death in 1936.He was first consecrated by Bi...
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Jacques Paul Migne
Jacques Paul Migne ([miɲ]; 25 October 1800 – 24 October 1875) was a French priest who published inexpensive and widely distributed editions of theological works, encyclopedias, and the texts of ...
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Florentine Bechtel
The Reverend Florentine Stanislaus Bechtel, S.J., (Haguenau, Alsace, 4 February 1857 - ) was a French-born American Biblical scholar.Bechtel entered the Jesuits in his native France and was sent to se...
John Power (Vicar-General for New York)
John Power (1792-1849) was the pastor of St Peter’s Roman Catholic church, Lower Manhattan, and the Vicar-General for New York. He administered the Catholic Diocese of New York during interregnum betw...
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Peter Julian Eymard
Saint Peter Julian Eymard (ɛy'mɒ), (La Mure, Grenoble, France, 4 February 1811 – La Mure, 1 August 1868) was a French Catholic priest, founder of two religious institutes, and a canonized saint.
E...
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Bernard Vaughan
Bernard Vaughan (1847–1922) was an English Roman Catholic clergyman, brother of Herbert and John Stephen Vaughan.
He was born at Herefordshire. He was educated at Stonyhurst, and became a member o...
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Aloysius Gentili
Aloysius Luigi Gentili (14 July 1801 Rome – 26 September 1848 Dublin) was an Italian Rosminian cleric.
His early life was that of a brilliant young man of the world. He sought admission into the S...
William Henry Anderdon
William Henry Anderdon (26 December 1816 – 28 July 1890) was an English Jesuit and writer, born in London.After three years at King's College London, he matriculated at Oxford, when about nineteen, an...
Melchor de Talamantes
Melchor de Talamantes (in full, Melchor de Talamantes Salvador y Baeza) (January 10, 1765, Lima, Viceroyalty of Peru – May 9, 1809, Veracruz, Mexico), was a Mercedarian friar and priest, a polit...
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Daniel Brottier
The Blessed Daniel Jules Alexis Brottier, C.S.Sp. (7 September 1876 – 28 February 1936), was a French Roman Catholic priest in the Congregation of the Holy Spirit (who currently refer to themselves as...
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John MacEnery
Father John MacEnery (27 November 1797–18 February 1841) was a Roman Catholic priest from Limerick, Ireland and early archaeologist who came to Devon as Chaplain to the Cary family at Torre Abb...