Michel, Augustin a German Roman Catholic theologian, was born in 1661, at Unterstorff, Bavaria, and was educated at the University of Dillingen. He studied both theology and law, and secured the doctorate in divinity and also in law. After finishing his studies, he returned as teacher to the convent-school of his native place, where he, had prepared for the university. He was afterwards appointed ecclesiastical counsellor by the prince elector of Cologne, the prince bishop of Freising, and the prince abbot of Kempten. He died in 1751. Some of his most important works, besides many dissertations and contributions to periodicals, are, Expositiones in Psalmos, in Cantica, Cenciones dominicales, etc. (never published): — Theologia canonico-moralis (1707, fol.): — De juro etjustitia, juridiae et theologiae tractata contra L.B.'de Schmid (Rome, 1699, 8vo): — Discussio theologica de contritione et attritione (ibid. 1710, 4to): — Confutatio infamis libri cui Litalis Expostulatio contra damnationem Quesnellii, etc. (Landeshuti, 1719, 4to).