Boudon, Henri Marie

Boudon, Henri Marie a French ascetic writer, grand archdeacon of Evreux, was born at Fere, in Thiorache (Aisne), Jan. 14, 1624. He had as godmother Henrietta Marie of Bourbon, daughter of Henry IV; Marie de Medicis and Anne of Austria assisted at his baptism. He died at Evreux, Aug. 31, 1702. Having become priest and doctor of theology, he devoted himself to missions in divers provinces, and occupied his leisure in the composition of a great number of instructive works, of which the principal ones are, Dieu seul, or, Le Saint Esclava.qe de l'Admirable Mere de Dieu. (Paris, 1674): — La Vie cachee avec Jesus en Dieu (ibid. 1676, 1691): — La Conduite de la Divine Providence, etc. (1678): — La Science et la Pratique du Chretien (1680, 1680). See Hoefer, Nouv. Biog. Generale, s.v.

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