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Originally appearing in Volume V04, Page 528 of the 1911 Encyclopedia Britannica.
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BRIDAINE (or BRYDAYNE), JACQUES (1701-1767), French Roman Catholic preacher, was born at Chuslan in the department of Gard on the 21st of March 1701. He was educated at Avignon, first in the Jesuit college and afterwards at the Sulpician seminary of St Charles. Soon after his ordination to the priesthood in 1725, he joined the Missions Royales, organized to bring back to the Catholic faith the Protestants of France. He gained their good-will and made many converts; and for over forty years he visited as a missionary preacher almost every town of central and southern. France. In Paris, in 1744, his sermons created a deep impression by their eloquence and sincerity. He died at Roquemaure, near Avignon, on the 22nd of December 1767. Ile was the author of Cantiques spiriluels (Montpelier, 1948, frequently reprinted, in use in most French churches) ; his sermons were published in 5 vols. at Avignon in 1823 (ed. Paris, 1861). See Abbe G. Carron, Le Modele des pretres (1803).
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