Faure, Charles a French Roman Catholic theologian, born at Luciennes, near Paris, in 1594; died Nov. 4, 1644. He was the first superior-general of the regular canons of the Congregation of France, and devoted his life to the reform of the religious orders. He is the author of several religious works, among which is the Dictionnaire des Novices (Paris, 1711, 4to). -Hoefer, Nouv. Biog. Generale.