Fayet, Jean Jacques

Fayet, Jean Jacques a French prelate, was born at Mende, July 26, 1787; studied law at Paris; entered the Minorite order at St. Sulpice, and there directed the catechismal exercises. In 1811 he was ordained; became principal of the college of Mende in 1814; was made chevalier of the Legion of Honor; went on a mission through the country; joined the editorial staff of Le Conservateur; went to Rouen as grand-vicar; in 1832 became assistant to the archbishop there; bishop of Orleans in 1842; and died April 4, 1849. See Hosfer, Nouv. Biog. Generale, s.v.

 
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