Mgr Louis-Marie-Olivier Duchesne, né à Saint-Servan, commune actuellement rattachée à Saint-Malo, le 13 septembre 1843 et mort à Rome le 21 avril 1922, est un chanoine, philologue et historien français. Il fut directeur de l'École française de Rome et membre de l'Académie française.

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  • Mgr Louis-Marie-Olivier Duchesne, né à Saint-Servan, commune actuellement rattachée à Saint-Malo, le 13 septembre 1843 et mort à Rome le 21 avril 1922, est un chanoine, philologue et historien français. Il fut directeur de l'École française de Rome et membre de l'Académie française.
  • Louis Marie Olivier Duchesne (Saint-Servan-sur-Mer, 13 settembre 1843 – Roma, 21 aprile 1922) è stato un presbitero, filologo e insegnante francese, studioso (filone critico) della cristianità, della liturgia e delle istituzioni cattoliche.Ultimo di cinque fratelli, figli di Anne-Marie Renée Gourlay e di Jacques Duchesne, la sua era una modesta famiglia di marinai cattolici e antichi corsari bretoni. Nel 1849, all'età di 6 anni, rimase orfano per la scomparsa del padre al largo di Terranova nel naufragio del peschereccio Euphémie. In quello stesso anno, anche il fratello maggiore Jean-Baptiste scampò al naufragio dell'Etoile du matin partecipando a una missione marista in Oregon.Fu ordinato sacerdote nel 1867. Louis Duchesne insegnò per molti anni a Saint-Brieuc, quindi si recò a studiare a Parigi, dove fu influenzato dal riformista Alfred Firmin Loisy, un fondatore del fallito movimento di riconciliazione tra cattolicesimo e scienza, scienze moderne e filosofia, chiamato Modernismo teologico che fu condannato dalla Chiesa cattolica durante il pontificato di papa Pio X verso il 1907. Nel 1876 divenne membro dell'École française a Roma; successivamente ne fu direttore. Si dilettava di archeologia e organizzò spedizioni da Roma al Monte Athos, in Siria e in Asia minore, da cui prese interesse alla storia ecclesiastica dei primi secoli. Nel 1887 pubblicò i risultati della sua tesi, seguiti dalla prima edizione critica completa del Liber Pontificalis (anche Theodor Mommsen stava lavorando a un'edizione critica dell'opera, ma non riuscì a portarla a compimento). In un'epoca difficile per la storiografia critica che applicava metodi moderni alla storia ecclesiastica, cercando una convergenza tra archeologia e topografia per supportare le fonti letterarie e descrivendo gli eventi ecclesiastici nel contesto della storia sociale, l'abbé Duchesne era in costante corrispondenza con storici dello stesso filone fra i Bollandisti, che lavoravano a edizioni critiche delle agiografie.Scrisse anche Les Sources du martyrologe hyéronimien ("Fonti del martirologio geronimiano"), Origines du culte chrétien ("Origini del culto cristiano"), Fastes épiscopaux de l'ancienne Gaule ("Fasti episcopali dell'antica Gallia") e Les Premiers temps de l'État pontifical ("Le origini dello Stato pontificio"). Queste opere ricevettero il plauso universale, tanto da essere nominato commendatore della Legion d'onore. Invece, la sua Histoire ancienne de l'Église ("Storia antica della Chiesa") fu considerata troppo modernista dalla Chiesa e venne messa all'Indice nel 1912.Nel 1888 divenne membro dell'Académie des inscriptions et belles-lettres e nel 1910 ebbe un seggio all'Académie française.
  • Louis Marie Olivier Duchesne (* 13. September 1843 in Saint-Servan bei Saint-Malo (Département Ille-et-Vilaine, Bretagne) ; † 21. April 1922 in Rom) war ein französischer katholischer Kirchenhistoriker.
  • Louis Marie Olivier Duchesne (ur. 13 września 1843, zm. 21 kwietnia 1922) – francuski ksiądz, filolog, wykładowca. Był historykiem chrześcijaństwa oraz liturgii i instytucji Kościoła rzymsko-katolickiego. Jego prace należały do nurtu krytyki historyczno-literackiej .
  • Луи́ Дюше́н (1843—1922) — аббат, значительный французский исследователь древней церковной жизни и литературы.Родился в городке Сан-Серван (фр.) Занимался археологией в Риме, откуда был посылаем в учёные экспедиции на Афон и в Малую Азию. По возвращении во Францию получил профессуру на богословском факультете Парижского (свободного) университета и место директора в École pratique des hautes études.
  • Louis Marie Olivier Duchesne (Saint-Servan, Ille-et-Vilaine, Frantzia, 1843 - Erroma, Italia, 1922) Erromatar Eliza Katolikoko prelatua eta jakituna izan zen. Parisko Institutu Katolikoko arkeologiako eta eliz historiako irakasle izendatu zuten 1877an. Erromako Frantses Eskolako zuzendari izendatu zuten 1895ean, eta Frantses Akademiako kide 1910ean. Obra nagusiak: Liber pontificalis (1886-1892), Histoire ancienne de l´Église (1907-1926, Elizaren antzinako historia) eta L´Église au VI siecle (1925, Eliza VI. mendean zehar).
  • Louis Marie Olivier Duchesne (13 September 1843 – 21 April 1922) was a French priest, philologist, teacher and a critical historian of Christianity and Roman Catholic liturgy and institutions.Descended from a family of Breton sailors, he was born in 1843 in Saint-Servan, Roulais place, now part of Saint-Malo on the Breton coast, and was orphaned at a young age, in 1849, after the death of his father Jacques Duchesne. Marc Tanguy, a relative, was one of the survivors of 74-gun ship Redoutable at the Battle of Trafalgar in 1805. Louis' brother, Jean-Baptiste Duchesne, settled in Oregon, and arrived at Oregon City in 1849.Louis Duchesne was ordained to the priesthood in 1867. He taught for many years in Saint-Brieuc, then went to study in Paris, where he influenced the reformist Alfred Firmin Loisy, a founder of the movement of Modernism, which was formally condemned under Pope Pius X. In 1876, he became a member of the École française in Rome; he eventually became its director. He was an amateur archaeologist and organized expeditions from Rome to Mount Athos, to Syria, and Asia Minor, from which he gained an interest in the early history of the Roman Catholic Church.In 1887, he published the results of his thesis, followed by the first complete critical edition of the Liber Pontificalis. At a difficult time for critical historians applying modern methods to Church history, drawing together archaeology and topography to supplement literature and setting ecclesiastical events with contexts of social history, Abbé Duchesne was in constant correspondence with like-minded historians among the Bollandists, with their long history of critical editions of hagiographies.He also wrote Les Sources du martyrologe hyéronimien, Origines du culte chrétien (translated as Christian Worship: Its Origin and Evolution and often reprinted), Fastes épiscopaux de l'ancienne Gaule, and Les Premiers temps de l'État pontifical. These works were universally praised, and he was appointed a commander of the Legion of Honor. However, his Histoire ancienne de l'Église, 1906‑11 (translated as Early History of the Christian Church) was considered too modernist by the Church during the "Modernist crisis" and was placed on the Index of Forbidden Books in 1912.In 1888, he became a member of the Académie des inscriptions et belles-lettres, and in 1910, he was elected to the Académie française. He died in 1922, in Rome, and is buried in the cemetery of Saint-Servan.
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  • Mgr Louis-Marie-Olivier Duchesne, né à Saint-Servan, commune actuellement rattachée à Saint-Malo, le 13 septembre 1843 et mort à Rome le 21 avril 1922, est un chanoine, philologue et historien français. Il fut directeur de l'École française de Rome et membre de l'Académie française.
  • Louis Marie Olivier Duchesne (* 13. September 1843 in Saint-Servan bei Saint-Malo (Département Ille-et-Vilaine, Bretagne) ; † 21. April 1922 in Rom) war ein französischer katholischer Kirchenhistoriker.
  • Louis Marie Olivier Duchesne (ur. 13 września 1843, zm. 21 kwietnia 1922) – francuski ksiądz, filolog, wykładowca. Był historykiem chrześcijaństwa oraz liturgii i instytucji Kościoła rzymsko-katolickiego. Jego prace należały do nurtu krytyki historyczno-literackiej .
  • Луи́ Дюше́н (1843—1922) — аббат, значительный французский исследователь древней церковной жизни и литературы.Родился в городке Сан-Серван (фр.) Занимался археологией в Риме, откуда был посылаем в учёные экспедиции на Афон и в Малую Азию. По возвращении во Францию получил профессуру на богословском факультете Парижского (свободного) университета и место директора в École pratique des hautes études.
  • Louis Marie Olivier Duchesne (Saint-Servan, Ille-et-Vilaine, Frantzia, 1843 - Erroma, Italia, 1922) Erromatar Eliza Katolikoko prelatua eta jakituna izan zen. Parisko Institutu Katolikoko arkeologiako eta eliz historiako irakasle izendatu zuten 1877an. Erromako Frantses Eskolako zuzendari izendatu zuten 1895ean, eta Frantses Akademiako kide 1910ean.
  • Louis Marie Olivier Duchesne (13 September 1843 – 21 April 1922) was a French priest, philologist, teacher and a critical historian of Christianity and Roman Catholic liturgy and institutions.Descended from a family of Breton sailors, he was born in 1843 in Saint-Servan, Roulais place, now part of Saint-Malo on the Breton coast, and was orphaned at a young age, in 1849, after the death of his father Jacques Duchesne.
  • Louis Marie Olivier Duchesne (Saint-Servan-sur-Mer, 13 settembre 1843 – Roma, 21 aprile 1922) è stato un presbitero, filologo e insegnante francese, studioso (filone critico) della cristianità, della liturgia e delle istituzioni cattoliche.Ultimo di cinque fratelli, figli di Anne-Marie Renée Gourlay e di Jacques Duchesne, la sua era una modesta famiglia di marinai cattolici e antichi corsari bretoni.
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