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Under the pseudonym Augustinus Leblanc, he wrote the standard history Historiae Congregationum de Auxiliis Divinae Gratiae of the Congregatio de Auxiliis, and the Dominican-Jesuit controversy on grace that led to its being set up. The work itself is partisan, awarding a Dominican victory based on an unpublished text, but well-documented. It was attacked by the Jesuit Livinus de Meyer, writing as Theodorus Eleutherius, in 1705, in his Historiae controversiarum de divinae gratiae auxiliis.
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