Cathelinot (or Catelinot), Ildefonse
Cathelinot (or Catelinot), Ildefonse a Benedictine monk of the congregation of St. Vanne and St. Hydulphe, the coadjutor of Calmet, was born at Paris in 1670. He became a monk at the age of twenty-five in the abbey of St. Mansuy of Toul, and was engaged in preaching-for several years. He passed a part of his life' in the abbey of Senones, whose very large library afforded ample materials for his researches. His chief printed work is a supplement to the Biblotheque Sacree of palmet, inserted in the fourth volume of the first edition of the Dictionnaire de la Bible. He was the editor of Les Lettres Spiratuelles de Bossuet, published in 1746, 8vo. He finally became librarian of the abbey at Saint-Mihiel, and died there, June 15,1756. See Hoefer, Nouv. Biog. Générale, s.v.