Farolfus, Michael Angelo

Farolfus, Michael Angelo a native of Crete, who died March 6, 1715, joined the Minorites and studied at Padua. He was chaplain to pope Alexander VIII, and was elevated to the episcopal, see at Trau, in Dalmatia, by Clement XI. He wrote, Conciones in Sacellis Pontificis Habite: Synopsis Controversiarun Graecorum cun Latinis: Pro Canonisatione B. Jacobi de Marchia (3 volumes). The latter work made him lose the favor of the Roman see and the cardinalate, which was designed for him. See Jocher, Allgemeines Gelehrten-Lexikon, s.v. (B.P.)

 
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