Jacques-Victor-Marius Rouchouse

Jacques-Victor-Marius Rouchouse

Chengdu

Province
Sichuan

Diocese
Roman Catholic Diocese of Chengdu

Installed
April 11, 1946

Term ended
1983

Predecessor
None

Successor
Henri-Marie-Ernest-Désiré Pinault

Orders

Consecration
December 20, 1948

Personal details

Born
(June 6, 1860
Saint-Étienne, France

Died
December 20, 1948
China

Nationality
French

Denomination
Roman Catholicism

Bishop Jacques-Victor-Marius Rouchouse (June 6, 1860 – December 20, 1948) was the first Roman Catholic bishop of Chengdu, a post he held from 1946 until his death in 1948.
Rouchouse was born in the city Saint-Étienne in eastern France.[1] He received his ordination on June 30, 1895 as a Priest of La Société des Missions Etrangères.[1] On January 28, 1916 he received the dual appointments of Vicar Apostolic of Northwestern Szechwan and Titular Bishop of Aegeae.[1] On April 11, 1946 he was appointed Bishop of Chengdu, a position he held until his death on December 20, 1948.[1] Bishop Rouchouse was succeeded as Bishop of Chengdu by Henri-Marie-Ernest-Désiré Pinault.[1]
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^ a b c d e “Bishop Jacques-Victor-Marius Rouchouse, M.E.P”. Catholic-Hierarchy. Retrieved May 28, 2009. 

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