Bizet, Charles Jules

Bizet, Charles Jules a French theologian, was born in Paris, Dec. 3, 1746. He entered the society of the canons-regular of St. Genevieve, was made prior of Beaugency, then of Chateaudun, and finally rector of Nantouillet. During the Revolution he refused to accept the civil constitution of the clergy. After becoming established in the Catholic faith, he was made vicar of the parish of St. Etienne-du-Mont. Afterwards he became rector, and bequeathed, at his death, ten thousand francs to the poor of his parish. His death occurred July 8, 1821, at Paris. See Hoefer, Nouv. Biog. Gen., s.v.

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