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Des censures et de l'excommunication comme instruments des Églises réformées en Saintonge (1751–1761)

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The re-establishment of the Reformed Church in Saintonge explains the utilization of censure during the decade between 1751 and 1761. Pastors imposed submission to the Discipline by requiring attendance at worship and the rejection of Catholic practices such as Corpus Christi. After the return of religious peace in 1763, public worship was tolerated and became regular. The practice of censure and excommunication was a tool for the reintegration of Reformed Protestants into the religion of their ancestors.

Keywords: Catholic; excommunication; Reformed Church; Reformed Protestants; Saintonge



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