Arriaga, Gonzalo De

Arriaga, Gonzalo De a Spanish theologian of the 17th century, was born at Burgos, in Castile. He belonged to the Order of St. Dominic, and occupied an elevated position. He became censor of the Inquisition and director of the College of St. Thomas at Madrid. He died in 1657. He wrote, Santo Tomds de Aquino, Doctor Angelico de la Iglesia, en Vida y Doctrina Predicada (Madrid, vol. i, 1648; vol. ii, 1651).

 
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