Theologian, born in Aragon in 1619; died 1 October, 1693, at Palencia.
He entered the Society of Jesus in 1641, and passed almost all his
religious life as professor of scholastic, moral, and controversial
theology, chiefly in the University of Salamanca. Though not
mentioned by Hurter in the "Nomenclator," he has left many
theological works, among which are five volumes in quarto on the
Incarnation and the Sacraments; one in quarto on Grace, and several
minor treatises on moral and dogmatic subjects. He wrote also
extensively on points of history, via:
"The Historical Annals of the Kings of Aragon,"
"The First Kings of Pampeluna," and has left many
manuscripts and one work, which he withheld, about the Church of del Pilar.
Transcribed by Christine J. Murray
The 1913 Catholic Encyclopedia