Albert of Padua
Albert Of Padua was a monk of the Order of Hermits of St. Augustine in the 14th century. He was a disciple of the celebrated Gillins Romanus at Paris, and taught theology with such reputation that scholars flocked to him from all parts. Boniface VIII called him to Rome; but that pontiff dying very soon after, Albert returned to France, and died at Paris in 1328. He wrote many Sermons (Paris, 1544, 1550), and An Explication of the Gospels for Every Sunday in the Year (Venice, 1476. fol). Other works of his in MS. are preserved at Padua. See Cave, Historia Literaria.