Was carried off from Rome in 1809, Cappellari withdrew to Murano, near Venice, and in 1814, with some other members of his order, he removed to Padua; but soon after the restoration of the pope he was recalled to Rome, where he received successive appointments as vicar-general of the Camaldoli, councillor of the Inquisition, prefect of the Propaganda, and Pxaminer of bishops.
On his return (1512) he was sent by Staupitz, his vicar-general, to Erfurt to take the necessary steps for higher graduation in theology, in order to succeed Staupitz himself as professor of theology in Wittenberg.
He became vicar-general of Orleans in 1861, professor of ethics at the Sorbonne in 1862, and, on the death of Barante, a member of the French Academy in 1867, where he occupied the seat formerly held by Voltaire.
It was not, however, until the vicariate of Peter Codde, consecrated vicar-general with the title of bishop of Sebaste in partibus in 1669, that the quarrel came to a head.
He studied at the university of Saragossa, arid, having been ordained priest, became vicar-general to the bishop of Calahorra in 1782.
The vicar-general, however, exercises jurisdiction in matters of ordinary marriage licences and of institutions to benefices.
In October 1868 Corrigan became vicar-general of Newark, a diocese then including all the state of New Jersey.
He had close connexion with the diocese of Ely, being successively chancellor, vicar-general and prebendary.
In 1304 he became provincial of his order for Saxony, and in 1307 was vicar-general for Bohemia.
1579 he went to France, and was made suffragan and vicar-general of the archbishopric of Rouen.