Cloiseault, Charles Edme

Cloiseault, Charles Edme, a French theologian, was born at Clamecy. He joined, in 1664, the Congregation of the Oratory, and became principal of the seminary and grand vicar of Chalom-sur-Saone, where he died, Nov. 3, 1728, leaving Vie de Sabot Charles Borroredo, transl, from the Italian of Guissano (Lyons, 1685, 4to): — Vie de Francois de Saint-Pre (1696, 12mo): — Meditations des Pretres Derat et Apres la Messe (Lyons, 1723, 12mo): — Meditationes d'une Retruite Ecclesiaststique (ibid. 12mo), with some other works which were not published. See Hoefer, Nouv. Biog. Generale, s.v.

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