Brignon, Jean

Brignon, Jean an ascetic theologian of France, of the Jesuit order, who died in 1725, wrote, among other works, Instructions Spirituelles et Pensees Consolantes pour les Ames Affligees on Scrupuleuses (Paris, 1706, 1711): — a translation of L'Imitation de Jesus-Christ (ibid. 1694, many times republished): — Le Combat Spirituel, translated from the Italian (ibid. 1688): — Le Guide Spirituel, translated from the Spanish of P. Dupont (ibid. 1689): — a translation of the Opuscules of Bellarmin (ibid. 1701): — a translation of the Traite des. Sept Paroles de Jesus-Christ sur la Croix, from the same (ibid. 1700). See Hoefer, Nouv. Biog. Generale, s.v.

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