Honorius, Bartholomew A Premonstratist, who flourished in the second half of the 16th century, was born at Eerfel, in Brabant, became canon at Floreffe, near Naumur, later preacher at Helmont, and finally, being persecuted by the Calvinists, went to Rome; He wrote Admonitio adfratres inferioris Germanice (Her, zogenb. 1578) — Hodoeporicon celebriorum ordinis Prae monstratensis per orbem universum Abbatiarum- (ibid. 1584) — Quaestiones theologicae LXX adverseu Calvinis' tas (ibid. 1586) — Elucidarium Anselmi Cantuariensis (ibid. 1586); and a number of other, but less valuable works. — Pierer, Univers. Lex. 8, 522.