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|Title||The R.C. Bishop v. Father Chiniquy / Vox populi Printed ephemera|
|Published||[Kankakee, Ill.?]: publisher not identified, [185-] :|
|Subject||Excommunication--Catholic ChurchChiniquy, Charles, 1809-1899Excommunication--Église catholiqueChiniquy, Charles, 1809-1899|
|Document source||McGill University, Rare Books and Special Collections Library.|
1 sheet (verso blank) ; 44 x 18 cm.
$a"From the Kankakee Times. City of Kankakee.""Chiniquy was suspended, on August 19, 1856, for public insubordination by Van de Velde's successor, Bishop Anthony O'Regan. He continued to celebrate Mass and administer the other sacraments and was excommunicated on September 3, 1856. About two years later, on August 3, 1858, O'Regan's successor, Bishop James Duggan, formally reconfirmed his excommunication in St. Anne. Chiniquy then left the RCC and, with many followers, joined the Presbyterian Church in the United States of America" Cf. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Charles_Chiniquy.$aIn double columns.$aPrinted ephemera.