Vuitasse, Charles a French divine, was born Nov. 1, 1660, at Chauny, near Noyon. After studying at Paris, and entering the religious ranks, he cultivated theology, Church history, and the Greek and Hebrew languages. In 1688 he was admitted to the Sorbonne, was made doctor in 1690, and soon after professor of theology. His refusal to submit to the bull Unigenitus led to his removal in 1714, and he died April 10, 1716. His theological compilations are enumerated in the Biog. Universelle, s.v.