Vital Rodier, en religion Frère Marie-Clément ou Frère Clément, est un religieux catholique français, né le 25 mai 1839 à Malveille, un bourg de la commune de Chambon-sur-Dolore dans le Puy de Dôme, et mort le 20 novembre 1904 à Misserghin en Algérie. Il appartenait à la communauté des Frères de Notre-Dame de l’Annonciation de Misserghin, avant de devenir spiritain.

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  • Vital Rodier, en religion Frère Marie-Clément ou Frère Clément, est un religieux catholique français, né le 25 mai 1839 à Malveille, un bourg de la commune de Chambon-sur-Dolore dans le Puy de Dôme, et mort le 20 novembre 1904 à Misserghin en Algérie. Il appartenait à la communauté des Frères de Notre-Dame de l’Annonciation de Misserghin, avant de devenir spiritain. Il est connu pour être à l'origine de l'agrume appelé clémentine, en son honneur, par le botaniste Louis Charles Trabut, bien qu'on ne connaisse pas les modalités et circonstances précises de sa création.
  • Marie-Clément Rodier, C.S.Sp. (born Vital Rodier; 1839–1904) was a French missionary brother in Algeria. He is credited with creating the clementine variety of mandarin orange in 1902.Rodier was born in 1829 in Malveille, near to Chambon-sur-Dolore, France. Originally a member of the Brothers of the Annunciation at Misserghin in Algeria, he helped to run an orphanage. Brother Marie-Clément worked with the orphanage's citrus trees, and made grafts from an uncultivated tree that had grown among some thorn bushes in the orchard. This graft resulted in the clementine, which was named in honor of its creator.Brother Marie-Clément's new variety was "a species of mandarin, which won the admiration of connoisseurs and which the orphans baptized the Clementine. It was neither a mandarin tree nor an orange tree. Its fruit was redder than a mandarin and had a delicious taste and, moreover, it had no pith".Brother Marie-Clément became a brother in the Congregation of the Holy Spirit after the Brothers of the Annunciation were authorized to join that order in 1903. He died in 1904.In 2010, a building on the campus of Duquesne University in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania was named Clement Hall in honor of Brother Marie-Clément.
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  • Vital Rodier, en religion Frère Marie-Clément ou Frère Clément, est un religieux catholique français, né le 25 mai 1839 à Malveille, un bourg de la commune de Chambon-sur-Dolore dans le Puy de Dôme, et mort le 20 novembre 1904 à Misserghin en Algérie. Il appartenait à la communauté des Frères de Notre-Dame de l’Annonciation de Misserghin, avant de devenir spiritain.
  • Marie-Clément Rodier, C.S.Sp. (born Vital Rodier; 1839–1904) was a French missionary brother in Algeria. He is credited with creating the clementine variety of mandarin orange in 1902.Rodier was born in 1829 in Malveille, near to Chambon-sur-Dolore, France. Originally a member of the Brothers of the Annunciation at Misserghin in Algeria, he helped to run an orphanage.
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  • Clément Rodier
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