Vialart (De Herse), Felix

Vialart (De Herse), Felix a French ecclesiastic, was born in Paris, September 4, 1613, of a noble family, and pursued his studies at the College de Navarre. In 1638 he was made doctor of theology, and in 1641 coadjutor to the bishop of Chalons, whom he succeeded in the following year. Vialart died June 10, 1680, highly esteemed by all classes. He published, Rituel ou Manuel de l'Eglise de Chalons (Paris, 1649): — Ordonnances, Mandements et Letrres Pastorales pour le Retablissenment de la Discipline Ecclesiastique (1660, 1662 ): — L'Ecole Chretienne, a kind of catechism. See Gouget, Vie de

Messire Vialart de Herse, Eveque et Comte de Chalons (new ed. Utrecht, 1739). Lichtenberger, Encyclop. des Sciences Religieuses, s.v. (B.P.)

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