La Lane, Noel De

La Lane, Noel De one of the most famous French theologians of the 17th century, was born of a noble family at Paris, and died in 1673. In 1653 he was sent to Rome to defend the cause of Jansenius, and his famous speech., which he delivered before pope Innocent X, is contained in the twenty-second chapter of the sixth volume of the Journal de Saint-Amour. He was a doctor of the Sorbonne, abbot of Notre Dame de Valcroissant, and wrote, De Initio Piae Voluntatis: La Grace Victorieuse: Examen de la Conduite des Religieuses de Port-Royal, etc. (1664): — Lettre sur le Livre de iM. Chamillard, etc.: Defense de la Foi des Religieuses de Port- Royal (1667, 2 parts). See Lichtenberger, Encyclop. des Sciences Religieuses, s.v. (B.P.)

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