Baduarius (or Paduarius), Bonaventura

Baduarius (or Paduarius), Bonaventura an Italian prelate, and general of the Order of St. Augustine, was born at Padua, Jan. 22, 1332. He studied at Paris, where he received the degree of D.D. In 1377 he was elected general of his order, and in 1385 was made cardinal-priest by pope Urban VI, who utilized his talent on several missions. His opposition to Francesco di Carraria of Padua caused his death by assassins at Rome in 1388. He wrote, Meditationes de Vita Christi:-Sermones ad Clerun :-Senrmonariuin in Evangelia Totius Anni:- Commentarius in Libros Sententiarum: - Comment. in Jacobun, et Johannem: Sermones de Tempore et de Sanctis. See Auber, Histoire des Cardinaux; Curtius, Elogia Augustinianorum; Gandulphus, De 200 Scriptoribus Augustinianis; Jocher. Allgemeines Gelehrten-Lexikon, s.v. (B. P.)

 
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