Oratory of Saint Philip Neri
The Congregation of the Oratory of Saint Philip Neri is a pontifical society of apostolic life of Catholic priests and lay-brothers who live together in a community bound together by no formal vows bu...
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Petrus Codde
Pieter Codde also known as Petrus Codde (27 November 1648 in Amsterdam – 18 December 1710 in Utrecht) was apostolic vicar of the Catholic Church's Vicariate Apostolic of Batavia, also known as t...
Camillo Almici
Camillo Almici (2 November 1714 – 30 December 1779) was a priest of the Congregation of the Oratory, of distinguished theological attainments.
Almici was born at Brescia, of a noble family. He bec...
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Thomas Graves Law
Thomas Graves Law (1836–1904) was an English Oratorian priest, and later in life a historian and bibliographer.
He was a grandson of Edward Law, 1st Earl of Ellenborough. Born on 4 December 1836 a...
Edward Caswall
Edward Caswall, CO, was an Anglican clergyman and hymn writer who converted to Roman Catholicism.He was born at Yateley, Hampshire, July 15, 1814 son of Rev. R. C. Caswall, sometime Vicar of Yateley, ...
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Jean-Baptiste Surian
Jean-Baptiste Surian (20 September 1670, Saint-Chamas – 3 August 1754) was a French Oratorian and preacher who became bishop of Vence. He was elected to the Académie française in 1733.
Michel Le Vassor
Michel le Vassor (1648?–1718) was a French Oratorian priest and author, who became a Protestant in exile in England. He is known for theological, historical and political works.
He was born in Orl...
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Jacques Lelong
Jacques Lelong (April 19, 1665 – August 13, 1721), French bibliographer, was born at Paris.He joined the Order of the Knights of St. John of Malta at the age of ten, but later joined the Oratori...
François Gacon
François Gacon (1667–1725) was a French poet and translator.
Odorico Raynaldi
Odorico Raynaldi or Rinaldi (1595 – 22 January 1671), was an Italian historian and Oratorian. He is also known as Odericus Raynaldus, or just Raynald.Raynaldi was born at Treviso of a patrician ...
Jean-François Du Bellay du Resnel
Jean-François Du Resnel du Bellay, Cong.Orat (Rouen, 29 June 1692 – Paris, 25 February 1761), was a French ecclesiastic, writer and translator.
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Aufhausen Priory
Aufhausen Priory (Kloster Aufhausen), formerly the Aufhausen Oratory, is a Benedictine monastery located at Aufhausen near Regensburg in Bavaria, Germany. The original community, dedicated to Saint M...
Jean Eudes
John Eudes, C.J.M. (French: Jean Eudes) (14 November 1601 – 19 August 1680) was a French missionary and priest, who founded the Congregation of Jesus and Mary and the Order of Our Lady of Charity,...
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John Henry Newman
Blessed John Henry Newman CO (21 February 1801 – 11 August 1890), also referred to as Cardinal Newman, was an important figure in the religious history of England in the 19th century. He was know...
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Jean-Paul Bignon
The Abbé Jean-Paul Bignon, Cong.Orat., (Paris, 19 September 1662 - Île Belle, 14 March 1743) was a French ecclesiastic, statesman, writer and preacher and librarian to Louis XIV of France. His protégé...
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Birmingham Oratory
The Birmingham Oratory is an English Catholic religious community of the Congregation of the Oratory of St. Philip Neri, located in the Edgbaston area of Birmingham. The community was founded in 1849 ...
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Stephen Goffe
Stephen Goffe, C.O. (Gough) (b. 1605; d. at Paris, Christmas Day, 1681), was a Royalist agent of the Wars of the Three Kingdoms, and later an Oratorian priest.
Goffe was educated at Merton College...
Jean-Baptiste Dugas-Montbel
Jean-Baptiste Dugas-Montbel (1776–1834) was a French translator.
Frederick William Faber
Frederick William Faber, C.O. (28 June 1814 – 26 September 1863) was a noted English hymn writer and theologian, who converted from Anglicanism to the Catholic priesthood. His best-known work is Faith...
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Caesar Baronius
Cesare Baronio (also known as Caesar Baronius; 30 August 1538 – 30 June 1607) was an Italian Cardinal and ecclesiastical historian. His best-known works are his Annales Ecclesiastici ("Ecclesias...
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Étienne Lauréault de Foncemagne
Étienne Lauréault de Foncemagne (8 May 1694 à Orléans - 26 September 1779 à Paris) was a French churchman and scholar.
An Oratorian and professor, he was elected to the Académie des inscriptions e...
London Oratory
The London Oratory is a Catholic oratory, a community of lay-brothers, and the name given to the London Congregation of the Oratory of Saint Philip Neri. It is housed in an Oratory House, next to the ...
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Ed Ball (musician)
Edward "Ed" Ball (born 23 November 1959) is a songwriter, singer, guitarist and keyboard player from London, who has recorded both solo and as a member of the Television Personalities, 'O' Level, Teen...
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John Dobree Dalgairns
John Dobree Dalgairns (21 October 1818 – 6 April 1876), English Roman Catholic priest, was born in Guernsey.
Dalgairns attended Elizabeth College, Guernsey. Awarded an Open Scholars...
Jean Soanen
Jean Soanen (1647–1740) was a French Oratorian and bishop of Senez. He was a convinced Jansenist.In opposition to the papal bull Unigenitus, he with Charles-Joachim Colbert, bishop of Montpellier, Pie...
Charles François Houbigant
Charles François Houbigant, Cong.Orat. (1686 in Paris – 31 October 1783 in Paris) was a French Oratorian Biblical scholar.
Houbigant entered the Congregation of the Oratory of Saint Philip N...
Bernard Lamy (mathematician)
Bernard Lamy (15 June 1640, in Le Mans, France – 29 January 1715, in Rouen, France) was a French Oratorian mathematician and theologian.
After studying in Le Mans, he went to join the Maison d'I...
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