with it that he granted M. Crétineau-Joly access to the Vatican’s secret archives so he could write a
book on the secret societies plaguing Europe and the Church called L’Histoire des Sociétés secrète.
M. Crétineau-Joly was also given access to records of the Austrian government to help him write the
book. After Pope Gregory XVI died, M. Crétineau-Joly decided to rework the book into L’Église
romaine en face de la Révolution. 
. Dr. Marshall translates the work as The Roman Church in the Face of Revolution. Based on what I read in the book, I would translate the title as The Roman Church in Front of the Revolution. The Roman Church in the Face of Revolution would be L’Église romaine facé a la Révolution in French.
. Crétineau-Joly, L’Église romaine, p. 82-90.
. I have not been able to locate this book yet. The documents that relate to Le Haute-Vente that are found in it were re-produced in their entirety in Delassus’ book pp.569-611.