Document Type

Article

Publication Date

12-31-1991

Comments

Reprinted with the permission of the Vincentian Studies Institute of DePaul University.

Abstract

Jacques Benigne Bossuet, was the Bishop of Meaux, and tutor to the Dauphin. He was renowned as a preacher and controversialist. He was a member of Vincent de Paul's "Tuesday Conferences." This sermon reflects a Tridentine theological viewpoint with respect to the place of the poor in salvation history.

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