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He entered the Society of Jesus at Mechlin 28 Sept. 1642. He was in due time enrolled among the professed fathers of the order. He was teaching humanities in 1650; he studied under the Jesuits at Antwerp and Lille; and arrived at the Professed House at Antwerp 26 March 1653.
For six years, he taught humanities and was professor of philosophy, moral theology, and Holy Scripture for a long period, chiefly at Louvain and Antwerp. His death occurred in Antwerp on 31 August 1693.
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