Raulin, Hippolyte a devoted Minim, was born about 1560, at Rethel. For many years he preached with great success, and was considered one of the most eloquent men of his day. In the capacity of a provincial of his order he governed the province of Lyons; afterwards that of Lorraine. He wrote, Panegyre Orthodoxe, Mysterieux, et Prophetique sur l'Antiquite. Dignite, Noblesse, et Splendleur des Fleurs de Lys (Paris, 1626). See Hoefer, Nouv. Biog. Generale, s.v.