a French theologian, was born on the island of Lifu, in the Pacific Ocean, in 1585. He entered the Jesuit order August 2, 1605, taught philosophy for four years, and became prefect of the College of Dijon. He died at Pont-a- Mousson, December 7, 1650, leaving Traite des Indulgences (Nancy, 1626): — Le Chemin du Ciel (ibid. 1627): — Les Devotes Pensees (Paris, 1631): — Dosithee (ibid. eod.): — L'Fchelle des Saints (ibid. 1638): Le Miroir des Riches (ibid. 1641): — Les Devoirs du Chretien (Lyons, 1643 and 1647). See Hoefer, Nouv. Biog. Generale, s.v.