Andrada, Diego Lopez De
Andrada, Diego Lopez de a celebrated Portuguese preacher, was born in June, 1565, at Azambria, in the district of Santerem. He entered the Augustine order, and distinguished himself as a preacher in the principal cities of Spain and Portugal. Philip IV appointed him archbishop of Otranto, in the vice-realm of Naples. He died in June, 1635. The works of Andrada, consisting of sermons, homilies, discourses, and theological treatises, were published in three volumes by Gregorio Rodriguez (Madrid, 1656). See Hoefer, Nouv. Biog. Generale, s.v.