Charpentier, Hubert, a French ecclesiastic, was born at Coulommiers, in the diocese of Meaux, in 1565. He founded the pilgrim shrine of Notre Dame de Garaison, at the foot of the Pyrenees; that of the missionaries of Notre Dame de Betharram, at the foot of a mountain called Calvary, in the bishopric of Lescar; and the congregation of the priests of Calvary, on Mount Valerien, near Paris. Charpentier became the friend of the abbe of St. Cyran, and had relations with the recluses of Port Royal. He died at Paris, Dec. 10, 1650. See Hoefer, Nouv. Biog. Generale, s.v.

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