Crespet, Pierre a French theologian of the order of Celestines, was born at Sens in 1543. He was elevated to the first positions of his order, and was an active partisan inl Church and State; but finally withdrew from politics. He succeeded in obtaining a priory in Vivarais, where he died in 1594. His principal works are, Discours sur la Vie et Passion de Sainte-Catherine, in verse (Sens, 1577): — La Pomme de Grenade Mystique (Paris, 1586, 1595; Rouen, 1605): — Deux Livres de la Haine de. Satan, etc. (Paris, 1590): — Commentaires de Bernardin de Mendoce des Guerres de Flandre et des Pays-Bas (ibid. 1591). See Hoefer, Nouv. Biog. Generale, s.v.; Biog. Universelle, s.v.