Assomption, Charles De 1

Assomption, Charles De 1'

a Flemish theologian of the Order of Carmelites, was born in 1625. He was son of the count of Brias, governor of Marienburg, and became professor of theology, then prior, then provincial of a monastery of his order at Douay. He died in 1686. He wrote, Thomistarum Triumphus, id est Sanctorum Augustini et Thonmc Gemini Ecclesice Solis, Summa Concordia circa Scientiam Mediam per Germaucum Philalethem Eupistinum (Douay, 1670-73) :-Lettres dun Theologien de Flandre a Monseigneur l'Eveque de Tournay:-La Verit Opprimee Parlant a l'Illustrissime Seigneur Eveque de Tournay par la Plume du P. Charles de Assomption: Vindiciarum Postulatio a Jesu Christo, Peccatorum Omnium Penitentium et Inponitentium Redemptore adversus Rigoristas Homines a Sacro Confessionis Tribunali Retrahentes (Liege); in French under this title: Defense de la Pratique Commune de l'Eglise presentee au Roi, contre la Nouveau des Rigoristes sur le Sacrement de Penitence (Cambray, 1684). See Hoefer, Nouv. Biog. Generale, s.v.

 
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