Henri Griffet

Henri Griffet (1698–1771) was a leading Jesuit writer. He was born at Moulins and educated at the College of Louis le Grand in Paris where he assisted Charles Porée in his belle-lettres lectures.

He became preacher to the king, and retired to Brussels after abolition of the order. He died in Brussels.


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