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Bainvel, Jean Vincent

BAINVEL, JEAN VINCENT

Theologian; b. Plougoumelen, France, Aug. 4, 1858;d. Jan. 29, 1937. In 1877 he became a Jesuit, and in 1900 was named professor of fundamental theology at the Institut Catholique de Paris, where he worked until 1925. His works include the following: La Foi et l'acte de foi (Paris 1908), La Vie intime du catholique (Paris 1916), La Dévotion au Sacré Coeur de Jésus (Paris 1919), Le Saint Coeur de Marie (Paris 1919), Naturel et Surnaturel (Paris 1920), and Marie, mère de Dieu (Paris 1921). His courses at the Institut were published successively under the titles: De magisterio vivo, et traditione (Paris 1905), De Scriptura Sacra (Paris 1919), and De Ecclesia Christi (Paris 1925).

Bibliography: j. lebreton, Catholicisme 1:116869.

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