Jacques Gaillot

Jacques Gaillot (; born 11 September 1935) is a French Catholic clergyman and social activist. He was Bishop of Évreux in France from 1982 to 1995. In 1995, Pope John Paul II removed him as head of his diocese because he publicly expressed controversial and heterodox positions on religious, political and social matters. These views earned Gaillot the popular nickname "the Red Cleric".

Since 1995, Gaillot has been bishop of the titular see of Parthenia. His online ministry to dissidents in the Catholic Church under the name ''Partenia'' has since been described as the Catholic Church's first 'virtual diocese'. Provided by Wikipedia
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