Blessed Jules-Honoré-Cyprien Pazery de Thorame

Martyrs of SeptemberMemorial


Born to the French nobility, the son of Pierre Symphorien de Pazery, a knight, the lord of Thorame, and councilor to the French parliament, and of Catherine Lordonne; Jules was baptized at the age of one day. He earned as Master’s degree in Paris, France on 17 February 1784, and studied at the San-Sulpice seminary, being ordained a priest in 1788. He earned a doctorate from the Sorbonne, and served as vicar-general to the bishop of Toulon, France. When the bishop was exiled to Italy during the persecutions of the French Revolution, Father Jules administered the diocese. When his see was suppressed, he returned to Paris on 1 April 1792. On 11 August 1792, he was arrested by the Revolutionary authorities as part of their antiCatholic persecutions. One of the Martyrs of September.





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  • “Blessed Jules-Honoré-Cyprien Pazery de Thorame“. CatholicSaints.Info. 11 January 2020. Web. 19 September 2021. <>