Louis-Antoine de Noailles (27 May 1651 – 4 May 1729), second son of Anne, 1st duc de Noailles, was a French bishop and cardinal. Noailles received his doctorate in theology from the Sorbonne on 14 March 1676. He was appointed bishop of Cahors in March 1679 but served only briefly before Pope Innocent XI ordered him transferred in 1680 to head the diocese of Châlons-sur-Marne, which made him a peer of France. On 19 August 1695, in recognition of Noailles's family connections, King Louis XIV made him archbishop of Paris and duc de Saint-Cloud, and in 1700 Pope Innocent XII made him a cardinal.

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  • Louis-Antoine de Noailles (* 27. Mai 1651 in Cros-de-Montvert, Département Cantal; † 4. Mai 1729 in Paris) war seit 1695 Erzbischof von Paris und seit 1700 Kardinal. Er stammte aus dem Adelsgeschlecht Noailles. (de)
  • Louis-Antoine de Noailles (27 May 1651 – 4 May 1729), second son of Anne, 1st duc de Noailles, was a French bishop and cardinal. Noailles received his doctorate in theology from the Sorbonne on 14 March 1676. He was appointed bishop of Cahors in March 1679 but served only briefly before Pope Innocent XI ordered him transferred in 1680 to head the diocese of Châlons-sur-Marne, which made him a peer of France. On 19 August 1695, in recognition of Noailles's family connections, King Louis XIV made him archbishop of Paris and duc de Saint-Cloud, and in 1700 Pope Innocent XII made him a cardinal. "Lacking in brilliant qualities", according to the Catholic Encyclopedia, "he was possessed of piety, zeal, and activity." He is noted for having raised money to feed famine victims by selling his silver tableware in 1709, and for having spent a considerable part of his inheritance on redecorating Notre Dame. Noailles was a friend of François Fénelon, with whom he had studied at the Collège du Plessis before entering the Sorbonne. Nonetheless, he was among the bishops who condemned Fénelon's Maximes des Saints, ending the theologian's career. Noailles came to know the controversial young Lutheran Count Nicholas Ludwig von Zinzendorf in 1719 during the young man's Grand Tour. The two found great spiritual connection despite their historic denominational differences. They maintained a relationship and correspondence the rest of Noailles' life; and Noailles became a member of Zinzendorf's Order of the Grain of Mustard Seed, a secret society where nobles and church leaders committed to work together to build the spiritual Kingdom of God. The Cardinal also served as Godfather to Zinzendorf's son Christian Renatus (1727-1756). Noailles had a complex relationship with the Jansenists; while he condemned their propositions, more orthodox theologians saw in his own teachings hints of Jansenism, and Noailles was an opponent of the Jesuits in their attacks on the sect. His position on Pope Clement XI's 1713 bull Unigenitus was also controversial; he opposed it, despite papal disapproval, up to 1728 but then abruptly reversed himself shortly before his death. He was succeeded as archbishop of Paris and duc de Saint-Cloud by Charles-Gaspard-Guillaume de Vintimille du Luc. (en)
  • Louis-Antoine de Noailles est un prélat français, né le 27 mai 1651 au château de Peynières à Cros-de-Montvert (Cantal) et mort le 4 mai 1729 à Paris. Évêque de Cahors puis de Châlons, il est ensuite archevêque de Paris de 1695 à 1729, créé cardinal en 1700. (fr)
  • Louis Antoine de Noailles nomeado Cardeal Arcebispo de Paris em 1700 por indicação de Luís XIV de França e sagrado pelo Papa Inocêncio XII, que veio a falecer em seguida e sendo eleito pelo Papa Clemente XI. Era homem de diálogo dificil. Teve diversos incidentes com os Espanhóis como o de Carlos III de Espanha e com o núncio apostólico em Madrid o bispo e depois Cardeal Alberoni. O assunto com os Espanhóis era tão grave que estes lhe enviaram os tributos numa carroça puxada por uma besta. (Histoire d'Italie - pag 300) Clemente XI enfrentou o Cisma Jansenista que conseguiu superar na França com o auxilio do Rei a ferro e fogo matando e expulsando os jansenistas da França. Mas o mais grave veio a ser o Livro do Pe. Quesnell - Noveau Testament. (pt)
  • 路易-安托万·德·诺阿耶(Louis-Antoine de Noailles,1651年5月27日-1729年5月4日),第一代诺阿耶公爵昂·德·诺阿耶的次子,法國樞機主教和巴黎大主教,與他的兄弟第二代诺阿耶公爵安妮·朱爾·德諾瓦耶一起使諾阿耶家族的名聲聞於法國。 他1676年在巴黎大學獲神學博士学位。1679年3月他被任命卡奥尔的主教,1680年教皇英诺森十一世将他调任沙隆主教,1695年路易十四授于他巴黎大主教和圣-克洛德公爵爵位。1700年英诺森十二世教皇晋升他为樞機主教。 (zh)
  • Louis-Antoine de Noailles (ur. 27 maja 1651 w Cros-de-Montvert, zm. 4 maja 1729 w Paryżu) – francuski duchowny katolicki, kardynał, arcybiskup Paryża, brat księcia Anne-Jules'a de Noailles. (pl)
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  • Louis-Antoine de Noailles (* 27. Mai 1651 in Cros-de-Montvert, Département Cantal; † 4. Mai 1729 in Paris) war seit 1695 Erzbischof von Paris und seit 1700 Kardinal. Er stammte aus dem Adelsgeschlecht Noailles. (de)
  • Louis-Antoine de Noailles est un prélat français, né le 27 mai 1651 au château de Peynières à Cros-de-Montvert (Cantal) et mort le 4 mai 1729 à Paris. Évêque de Cahors puis de Châlons, il est ensuite archevêque de Paris de 1695 à 1729, créé cardinal en 1700. (fr)
  • 路易-安托万·德·诺阿耶(Louis-Antoine de Noailles,1651年5月27日-1729年5月4日),第一代诺阿耶公爵昂·德·诺阿耶的次子,法國樞機主教和巴黎大主教,與他的兄弟第二代诺阿耶公爵安妮·朱爾·德諾瓦耶一起使諾阿耶家族的名聲聞於法國。 他1676年在巴黎大學獲神學博士学位。1679年3月他被任命卡奥尔的主教,1680年教皇英诺森十一世将他调任沙隆主教,1695年路易十四授于他巴黎大主教和圣-克洛德公爵爵位。1700年英诺森十二世教皇晋升他为樞機主教。 (zh)
  • Louis-Antoine de Noailles (ur. 27 maja 1651 w Cros-de-Montvert, zm. 4 maja 1729 w Paryżu) – francuski duchowny katolicki, kardynał, arcybiskup Paryża, brat księcia Anne-Jules'a de Noailles. (pl)
  • Louis-Antoine de Noailles (27 May 1651 – 4 May 1729), second son of Anne, 1st duc de Noailles, was a French bishop and cardinal. Noailles received his doctorate in theology from the Sorbonne on 14 March 1676. He was appointed bishop of Cahors in March 1679 but served only briefly before Pope Innocent XI ordered him transferred in 1680 to head the diocese of Châlons-sur-Marne, which made him a peer of France. On 19 August 1695, in recognition of Noailles's family connections, King Louis XIV made him archbishop of Paris and duc de Saint-Cloud, and in 1700 Pope Innocent XII made him a cardinal. (en)
  • Louis Antoine de Noailles nomeado Cardeal Arcebispo de Paris em 1700 por indicação de Luís XIV de França e sagrado pelo Papa Inocêncio XII, que veio a falecer em seguida e sendo eleito pelo Papa Clemente XI. Era homem de diálogo dificil. Teve diversos incidentes com os Espanhóis como o de Carlos III de Espanha e com o núncio apostólico em Madrid o bispo e depois Cardeal Alberoni. O assunto com os Espanhóis era tão grave que estes lhe enviaram os tributos numa carroça puxada por uma besta. (Histoire d'Italie - pag 300) (pt)
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