Father James Julius Bonnaud (1740-1792) was a native of Haiti who entered the
Society in 1758 and taught in Brittany. He finished studying theology in
Flanders and then returned to Paris and joined the diocese. He wrote tracts
and booklets against the revolutionaries and their anti-papal Civil
Constitutions, making himself a target for the revolutionaries.
Other Martyrs of the secularization era
Originally Collected and edited by: Tom Rochford,SJ