Paul Sabatier


Born
in Saint-Michel-de-Chabrillanoux, France
August 03, 1858

Died
March 05, 1928


This is the theologian. For the chemist, see Paul Sabatier.

Charles Paul Marie Sabatier was a French clergyman and historian who produced the first modern biography of St. Francis of Assisi. He was the brother of Louis Auguste Sabatier, also a theologian. He was nominated for the Nobel Prize in Literature five times.
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“Theories cannot claim to be indestructible. They are only the plough which the ploughman uses to draw his furrow and which he has every right to discard for another one, of improved design, after the harvest. To be this ploughman, to see my labours result in the furtherance of scientific progress, was the height of my ambition, and now the Swedish Academy of Sciences has come, at this harvest, to add the most brilliant of crowns.”
Paul Sabatier

“Friendship among men, when it overpasses a certain limit, has something deep, high, ideal, infinitely sweet, to which no other friendship attains.”
Paul Sabatier, Life of St. Francis of Assisi

“For men to love each other truly, they must have shed tears together.”
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