Bertin Jean

Bertin Jean bishop OF VANNES, was born at Perigueux in 1712, and consecrated in 1746. He endeavored, in common with most of the French bishops, to obtain the observance of the bull Unigenitus, and came in for his share of the displeasure of the parliament. He was condemned to pay a fine of six thousand francs, and the temporalities of his see were seized shortly after. He continued, however, firmly to do what he considered to be his duty, and died in 1774.

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