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Louis Laneau (31 May 1637 in Mondoubleau 16 March 1696 in Ayutthaya) was a French bishop of the 17th century who was active as a missionary in the kingdom of Siam (modern Thailand). He was a member of the Paris Foreign Missions Society. He was initially nominated as the replacement of Msgr Ignace Cotolendi in charge of Nankin.

Biography

Laneau was born in Mondoubleau, France. After studies, he was ordained a priest in La Société des Missions Etrangères.Catholic Hierarchy: "Bishop Louis Laneau, M.E.P." retrieved November 9, 2015 On 4 July 1669, Laneau was appointed Vicar Apostolic of Siam and Titular Bishop of Metellopolis. On 25 March 1674, he was consecrated bishop by Pierre Lambert de la Motte, Vicar Apostolic of Cochin with Bishop François Pallu, Vicar Apostolic of Fo-Kien, serving as co-consecrator. As Vicar Apostolic of Siam, he was head of the French Roman Catholic mission in Indochina, with its headquarters at Ayutthaya.http://www.mfa.go.th/web/117.php Thai Ministry of Foreign Affairs Laneau became bishop of Ayutthaya KingdomAyutthaya in 1674.
Monseigneur Laneau worked at propagating the Christian faith and also took care of Annamite Christians and Japanese Christian communities in Siam. The Siamese king Narai warmly welcomed these missionaries, providing them with land for a church, a mission house, and a seminary (St Joseph's colony). He wanted to reduce Dutch and Portuguese influence in the area. Laneau had a key role in convincing the Siamese King to send an embassy to France.Smithies, p.8
During the 1688 Siamese revolution, Laneau and his missionaries were taken hostage by the Siamese, as guarantors for the execution of the retreat agreement negotiated between the French and the Siamese.Smithies, p.150 As the French failed to respect several elements of the agreement, Laneau and his missionaries were imprisoned by the resentful Siamese.Smithies, p.166-167
Laneau was not freed from the Siamese jails until April 1691. He died in Ayutthaya on 16 March 1696.Smithies, p.185

Works

  • Rencontre avec un sage bouddhiste (English: "Encounter with a Buddhist sage").
  • A dialogue between a Christian missionary and a Buddhist sage, with a representation of the Christian doctrine with the words and concepts of Buddhism. The book was initially written in Siamese.
  • La Déification des Justes (Latin: "de Deification iustorum", English: "The deification of the Just"). A book written during his captivity after the revolution.
  • See also

    • Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Bangkok
    • France-Thailand relations

    Notes


    • Smithies, Michael, Three military accounts of the 1688 revolution in Siam, Orchid Press, Bangkok 2002,
    • Les Missions Etrangères. Trois siecles et demi d'histoire et d'aventure en Asie Editions Perrin, 2008,

    Category:17th-century Roman Catholic bishops
    Category:Apostolic vicars of Siam
    Category:Christian missionaries in the Ayutthaya Kingdom
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    Category:1637 births
    Category:1696 deaths
    Category:Roman Catholic missionaries in Thailand
    Category:French expatriates in Thailand
    Category:French people imprisoned abroad
    Category:Prisoners and detainees of Thailand
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