Charles-Joachim Colbert de Croissy

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Portrait of Charles-Joachim Colbert de Croissy by Jean Raoux - Engraved by François Chéreau

Charles-Joachim Colbert de Croissy (11 June 1667 – 8 April 1738) was a bishop of Montpellier from 1697. He was a nephew of Jean-Baptiste Colbert. As an ardent Jansenist he had père François-Aimé Pouget edit the noted Catéchisme de Montpellier. His writings were condemned by Rome.

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 This article incorporates text from a publication now in the public domain(French) "article name needed". Dictionnaire Bouillet.