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The time when Reformed Church religious practices were banned by royal edicts is called the "Desert" period. They had to be performed in secret. It is called "heroic" because, when discovered, such practice was severely punished. Many were martyrs for their faith.


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 The "Church of the Desert" in the Heroic Period (1715-1760)
The secret re-building of churches
 The secret re-building of churches
The Church under Louis XV (1724 to 1760)
 The Church under Louis XV (1724 to 1760)
The sentences imposed on Protestants
 The sentences imposed on Protestants
Antoine Court (1695-1760)
 Antoine Court (1695-1760)
 
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