Parisis, Pierre Louis

Parisis, Pierre Louis a French prelate, was one of the greatest luminaries of the French episcopacy. He was born in 1795. In 1835 he was consecrated as bishop of Arras. Later he became bishop of Boulogne and St. Omer, and those eminent positions he filled until his death, Jann. 28. 1866. Paris is was the founder and editor of the Revue des sciences ecclesiastioues, and the author of some apologetical works, as Jesus Christ is God (French and German), written against Renan's Vie de Jesus; and on Divine Truth, also translated into German. See Liferarischer flandlceiser fur das katholische Deutschland, 1864, p. 64 sq., 110; 1865, p. 117; 1866, p. 355.

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