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Jacques Paul Migne
b. October 25, 1800 – d. October 24, 1875 • Roman catholic
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Migne, Jacques Paul
Migne, Jacques Paul (1800–75), editor and publisher of theological literature. A parish priest near Orléans from 1824 to 1833, he then went to Paris, where he founded a printing-house and published an immense collection of religious texts and dictionaries, notably the Patrologia Latina, a corpus of Latin
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Migne, Jacques Paul
Migne, Jacques Paul (1800–1875)French editor and printer of theological booksBorn at St. Flour in France, Migne was ordained in 1824 as a Roman Catholic priest and worked in the diocese of Orleans. After a disagreement with his bishop he went to live in Paris in 1833. He started a paper called L’Univers,