Charles De Smedt

Charles De Smedt S.J. (6 April 1833, Ghent, Belgium4 March 1911, Brussels) was a Belgian Jesuit priest and hagiographer. He was a Bollandist, and is noted for having introduced critical historical methods into Catholic hagiography, so that it became a collection of accounts of the accretion of legends, as well as the compilation of original materials. Provided by Wikipedia
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Location: Marian Library, University of Dayton
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by Smedt, Charles de, 1831-1911.
Published 1883
Location: Hesburgh Libraries, University of Notre Dame
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