Colomme, Jean Baptiste Sebastien
Colomme, Jean Baptiste Sebastien a French theologian, was born at Pau, April 12, 1712. He was superior of the Barnabites, and died at Paris in 1788, leaving Dictionnaire Portatif de l'Ecriture Sainte (Paris, 1775; first published under the title Notice sur l'Ecriture Sainte, ibid. 1773): — Manuel des Religieuses (ibid.: 1779): — Eternite Malheureuse (transl. from the Latin of Drexelius, ibid. 1788). He also wrote a translation of the Opuscula of Thomas a Kempis (ibid. 1785), and an enlarged edition of the same, entitled Vie, Chretienne, ou Principes de la Sagesse (1774; Avignon, 1779). See Hoefer, Nouv. Biog. Generale, s.v.