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Martyrs of the Paris Commune

Secular priests and religious who were murdered in Paris, in May, 1871, on account of their sacred calling.   From Volume IV of the Original Catholic Encyclopedia.

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Martyrs of the Paris Commune: Secular priests and religious who were murdered in Paris, in May, 1871, on account of their sacred calling; From the Original Catholic Encyclopedia
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