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EIGHTEENTH AGE OF THE CHURCH

A. D.

1721 Clement XI., May 21, July 19.

1721–1724 Innocent XIII.

1724–1730 Benedict XIII., July 19.

1730–1740 Clement XII., Feb. 13.

1740–1758 Benedict XIV., Feb. 13.

1758–1769 Clement XIII.

1769–1774 Clement XIV.

1775–1779 Pius VI.

1800 Pius VII.

1714 Queen Anne

1727 George I.

1760 George II.

George III.

1715 Louis XIV. le Grand.

1774 Louis XV. le bien aimé

1793 Louis XVI.

COUNCIL

1725 Rome, under Pope Benedict XIII.

1702 Genet.

1704 John Gother.

Bossuet, Nov. 24.

Bourdaloue.

Cardinal Norris

1706 Baillet.

1707 John Sergeant, vide Dodd

Mills.

Mabillon, Aug. 20.

1709 Mauduit.

Papin.

Ruinart.

1710 Flechier

1712 Richard Simon

1713 Juenin.

1715 Helyot.

Lami.

Fenelon, Nov. 24.

Witassa.

Sylvester Jenlis. vide Dodd

1717 Carrieres.

1718 Habert.

1720 Dupin.

Renaudat.

1721 Huet.

1723 Fleury.

Pouget.

1724 Natalis Alexander.

1725 Semeller.

1727 Marsollier.

1728 Van Esper

Masele.

Pontas.

1729 Houdry

Tournely.

1730 Robert Manning, vide Dodd.

1734 Babin.

1735 Edward Hawarden, vide Dodd.

1736 Gibert.

1737 Cardinal Bissy.

1738 Robert Witham, vide Dodd.

1739 Turnemin.

1740 Argentre.

1741 Montfancon.

P. Colonia.

1742 Drouin.

Massilon, Aug. 20.

1753 Hericourt.

Langret.

1756 Concina.

1757 Calmet.

1758 Benedict XIV.

1761 Ceillier.

1764 Sevay.

1765 L’Avocat.

1769 Sheffmacher.

1770 Collet.

Macquer.

1773 Alban Butler.

1774 Girardeau.

1775 Bullet.

1781 Challoner.

1782 Berthier.

1783 Houbigant.

1783 Kennicot

1790 Bergier.

Martyrs in China, Feb. 5.

St. John Joseph of the Cross, March 5.

St. Francis di Girolamo, May 11.

St. Veronica Giullani, July 9.

St. Alphonsus Liguori, Aug. 2.

St. Pacificus of San Severino, Sept. 24.

A. D.

1729 Clark, mov. feasts.

Quesnel, July 19.

1770 Justinus Febronius, allas Hontheim.

1786 Scipio de Ricciis, Bishop of Pistoria.

On Voltaire, Rousseau, and the Deists, Atheists, Illuminated, and other enemies of all religion and civil government, see l’Abbé Barruel.

On the conversion of China, Feb. 5.

On the propagation of the Gospel in China and other parts of the East. See the Lettres Edifiantes et Curieuses.

1705 Clement XI. publishes the constitution Vineam Domini, against the Jansenists.

1708 Clement XI. condemns Quesnel’s book on Moral Reflections; and in 1713, by his constitution Unigenitus, censures 101 propositions extracted from it.

1738 Pope Benedict XIV. publishes the rules to be observed in the English missions.

1773 The bull of Pope Clement XIV. for the suppression of the Jesults, was published and put in execution in France.

1792, &c. The church of France was illustrated by the glory of its martyrs, the first fruits of whom were offered. Sept. 2.








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