Institut Catholique de Paris

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The Institut Catholique de Paris (ICP), known in English as the Catholic University of Paris (and in Latin as Universitas catholica Parisiensis), is a private university located in Paris, France.wikipedia
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Maurice Le Sage d'Hauteroche d'Hulst

Maurice d'HulstMgr d'HulstMons. D'Hulst of Paris
The Institut Catholique de Paris was founded in 1875, under the name of the Université Catholique de Paris by Maurice Le Sage d'Hauteroche d'Hulst.
He was the founder of the Institut Catholique de Paris.

Philippe Bordeyne

Bishop Philippe Bordeyne
The current Rector is Bishop Philippe Bordeyne, he has been the Rector of ICP since 2011.
Philippe Bordeyne, born on December 21, 1959 in Paris, is a French priest, academic and theologian, dean of Theologicum from 2006 to 2011 and rector of the Catholic Institute of Paris (Institut Catholique de Paris — ICP) since 2011.

Édouard Branly

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The Musée Edouard Branly, located within the institute, preserves the laboratory of physics professor and noted radio pioneer Édouard Branly, developer of the first practical radio receiver device, the Branly coherer, who also coined the term "radio".
Édouard Eugène Désiré Branly (23 October 1844 – 24 March 1940) was a French inventor, physicist and professor at the Institut Catholique de Paris.

Musée "Bible et Terre Sainte"

Bible and Holy Land Museum
[3] The Institute also houses the Bible and Holy Land Museum.
The Musée Bible et Terre Sainte (Bible and Holy Land Museum), also known as the Musée Biblique (Biblical Museum), is a small museum operated by the Institut Catholique de Paris, and located in the 6th arrondissement of Paris, France, at 21 rue d'Assas.

Alfred-Henri-Marie Baudrillart

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An historian and writer, he served as Rector of the Institut Catholique de Paris from 1907 until his death.

Musée Edouard Branly

Musée Édouard Branly
The Musée Edouard Branly, located within the institute, preserves the laboratory of physics professor and noted radio pioneer Édouard Branly, developer of the first practical radio receiver device, the Branly coherer, who also coined the term "radio".
It is located in the 6th arrondissement at the Institut Catholique de Paris-ISEP, 21, rue d'Assas, Paris, France, and open by appointment only.

Canon law of the Catholic Church

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The Faculté de Théologie is a pontifical institution with the canonical authorization to educate men for the Catholic priesthood.

Jean-Marie Lustiger

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He entered the seminary of the Carmelite fathers in Paris, and later the Institut Catholique de Paris.

International Federation of Catholic Universities

IFCU
The university belongs to the network of the UDESCA (Union of the Catholic Higher Educational Establishments) which includes the five French Catholic institutes - Paris, Lille, Lyon, Angers and Toulouse - and is a member of the International Federation of Catholic Universities (FIUC), comprising 200 Catholic universities throughout the world.
The secretariat is in Paris; Institut Catholique de Paris.

Franc Rode

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Rode studied at the Pontifical Gregorian University in Rome, and at the Catholic Institute of Paris, from where he obtained his doctorate in theology in 1968.

André Vingt-Trois

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He then attended the Institut Catholique de Paris, from where he obtained his licentiate in moral theology.

Christoph Schönborn

Christoph Cardinal SchönbornCardinal Christoph SchönbornChristoph Schonborn
Schönborn also attended the Catholic Institute of Paris for further theological work, before studying Slavic and Byzantine Christianity at the Sorbonne.

Michael Augustine (bishop)

Michael AugustineArchbishop Michael Augustine
Augustine later went to Paris for higher studies in philosophy at l'Institut Catholique de Paris, France and obtained his Licentiate in Philosophy.

Anton Stres

Then he was sent to the Faculty of Theology at the Catholic University of Paris, where he received a Licentiate of Sacred Theology in 1969.

Chris Willcock

Christopher Willcock
He then pursued doctoral studies in sacramental and liturgical theology at the Institut Catholique de Paris.

Matthew Fox (priest)

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He received master's degrees in both philosophy and theology from the Aquinas Institute of Philosophy and Theology and later earned a Doctorate of spiritual theology, summa cum laude, from the Institut Catholique de Paris, studying with Marie-Dominique Chenu who named the Creation Spirituality tradition for him.

Simone de Beauvoir

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After passing baccalaureate exams in mathematics and philosophy in 1925, she studied mathematics at the Institut Catholique de Paris and literature/languages at the.

Robert Barron

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After serving as an associate pastor of St. Paul of the Cross Catholic Church in Park Ridge from 1986 to 1989, he was sent to France and earned a Doctor of Sacred Theology at the Institut Catholique de Paris in 1992.

D. S. Amalorpavadass

Swamy Amalorananda
Amalorpavadass was sent by his bishop to Paris, France to the Catholic University of Paris (Institut Catholique de Paris) to pursue a degree in catechetics.

Jean Vanier

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He eventually went on to complete a PhD in philosophy from the Institut Catholique de Paris, with a doctoral thesis on Aristotle which was published in 1966 as Happiness as Principle and End of Aristotelian Ethics; this was his first published work.

Audrey Tautou

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The Institut Catholique de Paris (ICP), known in English as the Catholic University of Paris (and in Latin as Universitas catholica Parisiensis), is a private university located in Paris, France.

Paris

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The university belongs to the network of the UDESCA (Union of the Catholic Higher Educational Establishments) which includes the five French Catholic institutes - Paris, Lille, Lyon, Angers and Toulouse - and is a member of the International Federation of Catholic Universities (FIUC), comprising 200 Catholic universities throughout the world. The Institut Catholique de Paris (ICP), known in English as the Catholic University of Paris (and in Latin as Universitas catholica Parisiensis), is a private university located in Paris, France.

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The Institut Catholique de Paris (ICP), known in English as the Catholic University of Paris (and in Latin as Universitas catholica Parisiensis), is a private university located in Paris, France.