Boudot, Paul, a French prelate, was born at Morteau, in Franche-Comte, about 1571, and was made doctor of the Sorbonne in 1604. The archduke Albert, governor of the Low Countries, appointed him successively to the sees of St. Omer and Arras. Boudot died at the last-mentioned city, Nov. 11, 1635. This prelate was distinguished as a theologian and preacher, and for his knowledge of languages. He left, Summa Theologica D. Thomce Aquin. Recenrsita (Arras, fol.): — Nova Metempsychosis (Antwerp, 4to): — Traite dri Sacrement de Penitence (Paris, 1601) . — Formula Visitationisper Totam suam Dicesimr Faciendce (Douai, 1627, 8vo): — Catechismus, or a summary of Christian doctrine for the use of the diocese of Arras. This was also published in French (Douai, 1628; Arras, 1633). See Hoefer, Nouv. Biog. Generale, s.v.