Daniel De Saint-sever

Daniel De Saint-Sever a French theologian, who lived in 1625, was a Capuchin of the province of Guienne. He taught theology, was possessed of a good memory, and was versed in nearly all the languages. He wrote, De Decensu Christi ad Inferos (Lyons, 1618, in Latin and French): — De collatione et Disputatione cum Nomansensibus et Septimaniis Factionis Calvinianae (Avignon, 1625). See Hoefer, Nouv. Biog. Generale, s.v.

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