Guy Paré

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Guy Paré (died 1206) was a French Cistercian, who became general of his order, Archbishop of Reims, and a Cardinal.[1][2]

He was a papal legate to Germany. In 1204 he was made Archbishop by Pope Innocent III; this position also made him a pair de France. In 1205 Innocent conferred on him the privilege of consecrating the Kings of France.

He died in Liège of the plague, while engaged on a papal diplomatic mission. He is buried at Citeaux.

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Catholic Church titles
Preceded by
Guillaume aux Blanches Mains
Archbishop of Reims
1204–1206
Succeeded by
Aubrey