an English Jesuit. He studied philosophy and divinity at Rheims and Courtray, and was ordained priest 18 September 1592. For several years he was minister at the college of St. Omer and at Watten, and socius and master of novices at Louvain. He was in England for a time in 1603–4, and had a marvellous escape from arrest. About 1617 he revisited this country, and exercised spiritual functions in Norfolk and Suffolk. A year after his arrival he was apprehended and detained in prison for two years. He was banished from the kingdom in March 1620–1 by virtue of a warrant from the lords. He is known for his many treatises on religious subjects.
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