Claude Henri Édouard Frikart (5 March 1922 – 18 December 2014) was a French Prelate of Roman Catholic Church, and member of the Congregation of Jesus and Mary (Eudists, C.I.M.).[1] He was also author of L'Eglise: 15 questions sur son histoire (2003) answering difficult questions.[2]

Claude Henri Edouard Frikart, C.I.M
Titular Bishop of Summula
ChurchRoman Catholic Church
SeeTitular See of Summula
In office1986 - 2014
Predecessornone
Successorcurrent
Orders
Ordination2 July 1948
Personal details
Born (1922-03-05) 5 March 1922 (age 97)
Ermont, France
Died18 December 2014(2014-12-18) (aged 92)
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Frikart was born in Ermont, France and ordained a priest on 2 July 1948 from the religious order of Congregation of Jesus and Mary. Frikart was appointed auxiliary archbishop to the Paris Archdiocese on 21 June 1986 as well as the titular bishop of Summula and ordained bishop on 2 September 1961. Frikart retired on 2 September 1997 as auxiliary archbishop.

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  1. ^ Congregation of Jesus and Mary (Eudists), C.I.M. France Bishop Claude Henri Édouard Frikart, C.I.M. "Bishop Claude Henri Édouard Frikart, C.I.M. (90), Titular Bishop of Summula, Auxiliary Bishop emeritus"
  2. ^ L'Eglise: 15 questions sur son histoire 2003 Pourquoi l'Eglise a-t-elle voulu imposer sa vérité par la force ? Pourquoi l'Eglise a-t-elle soutenu l'ordre établi ? Pourquoi l'Eglise a-t-elle béni les canons ? Pourquoi l'Eglise se mêle-t-elle de la vie privée ?

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