Coetlogon, Francis De
Coetlogon, Francis De coadjutor of the bishop of Quimper in 1666, afterwards titillary bishop in 1668, was born in Brittany, France, June 3, 1631. He founded in his diocesena large seminary, as well as a house of retreat, and participated in the labors of the assembly of bishops in July, 1699 — the assembly which condemned the Maximes des Saints of Fonelon. He died at Quimper, November 6, 1706, leaving Reflexions, Sentences, et Maximes tirees des OEuvres de Saint Francois-de-Sales (Paris, 1698). See Hoefer, Nouv. Biog. Generale, s.v.