Combal Theodore

Combal Theodore a famous Roman Catholic preacher of France, was born at Chatenay, in the Isere Department, August 21, 1798. At the age of twenty-three he received holy orders, and pope Gregory XVI, before whom he once preached, appointed him apostolic vicar. For a number of years he acted as vicargeneral of Rouen, AArras, and Montpellier, and, died stiddenly at Paris, March 19, 1873. He wrote, Elements de Philosophie Catholique (Paris, 1833): — La Connaissance de Jesus-Christ (1841; 4th ed. 1852): — Memoire Adresse aur Eveques de France, etc. (1844), for which he was imprisoned for thirty days: — Conferences sur les Grandeurs de la Sainte-Vierge (1845): — Lettre a M. Guizot, etc. (1858). See Lichtenberger, Encyclop. des Sciences Religieuses, s.v.; Vapereau, Dict. des Contemporains, s.v. (B.P.)

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