Aubermont, Jean Antoine
Aubermont, Jean Antoine, was a Ducminican of the Low Countries, who took the habit at twenty years of age, in 1632, at Gllent. He studied at Cologne, and taught philosophy at Louvain, where he took his doctor's degree in 1652. Afterwards he was made apostolic missionary in Holland. He died suddenly in 1686, leaving many works, among them, Oratio Panegyr. in. S. Thomam de Aquino. (Louvain, 1650, 4to ):-Doctrina quamn de Primatu, Auctoritate, ac Infallibilitate R. Pont. tradiderunt Lovanienses, etc. (Liege, 1682, 4to):-Responsio Historico-theogica ad Cleri Gallicani de Potestate Ecclesias. Declarationem Parisiis, 1682, factam, etc. (Cologne, 1683, 8vo):-a new edition of the Life of St. Rose of Lina, by P Leo (Loavain, 1688, 12mo), etc.