(1724-1792) was one of the Jesuits who were killed when the French Revolution
turned into a rabid anti-Catholic persecution. Father Cayx-Dumas became a
Jesuit in 1744 at Toulouse and taught at Clermont College and in Carcassonne.
When the Society was suppressed, he devoted himself to apostolic works for 25
years. He was in retirement outside of Paris when he was arrested and taken
to the Carmelite monastery.
For more details see the description under Blessed James Bonnaud and 22 Paris Martyrs
Originally Collected and edited by: Tom Rochford,