Comitolo, Paolo an Italian theologian of the same family as the foregoing, was born at Perugia in 1545. He was not more than fourteen years of age when he- became a Jesuit, and later one of the best casuists of that society. He taught successively rhetoric, the Sacred Scriptures, and moral theology. He died at Perugia, February 18, 1626. His principal works are Catena Illustrium Authorum in Librum Job (transl. from the Greek, Lyons, 1586; Venice, 1587): — Consilia seu Responsa Moralia (Lyons, 1609): — Doctrina de Contractu Universo (ibid. 1615). See Hoefer, Nouv. Biog. Generale, s.v.