Cazales, Edmond De

Cazales, Edmond De a French abbot, was born at Grenade-sur-Garonne in 1804. He studied law, but in 1829 abandoned his profession and betook himself to the study of theology. In 1835 he was made professor at Louvain, and in 1843-took holy orders. In 1845 he was made head of the seminary at Nimes, and in 1848 vicar-general and superior of the large seminary at Montauban. He died at Rennes in 1876, leaving Etude Historique et Critique de l'Allemagne Contemporaine (Paris, 1853): —Nos Haux et Leues Remedes (1875). See Lichtenberger, Encyclop. des Sciences Religieuses, s.v. (B. P.)

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