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a French mystic and an important lay spiritual writer. Jean de Bernieres-Louvigny was born in Caen, Normandy and he worked as a Royal finance officer. After a conversion experience, he began to live in a hermitage as an ascetic. He was never a cleric, but devoted himself to the spiritual leadership of many people, and also wrote some sacred works, which were not printed until after his death. He led a contemplative, but also a charitable life. He died in his hometown.
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