Busto (Lat Bustius), Bernarpino
Busto (Lat. Bustius), Bernarpino an Italian preacher and theologian, belonged to the Franciscan order. He was a speaker of talent, and assisted in establishing the festival of the Holy Name of Jesus. He also wrote on this subject to pope Innocent VIII. He died about 1480. His complete works, among which are his sermons, were published under the title, Mariiale, etc. (Milan, 1494; Strasburg, 1498, 1502; Brescia, 1588; Cologne, 1607). See Hoefer, Nouv. Biog. Generale, s.v.