Alexander of (St) Theresa
Alexander Of (St.) Theresa was a learned Carmelite, and was born at Brussels in 1639. He taught theology at Louvain, and left several works, viz. Clypeus Religionis (Cologne, 1679, 2 vols. 4to): — Preco Marianus Denuncians Illustrissima Uberrimaque Eulogia et Preconia, etc. (ibid. 1681, 4to): — Regula Fidei (Ypres, 1682): — Confutatio Justificationis Praxeos qua Nonnulli sub Nomine Patrum in Belgio Consueverunt Proponere (ibid. 1683): — Hydra Profanorum Noviatum (Cologne, 1684, 4to): — Tempes.tas Novaturiensis (ibid. 1686, 4to): — Sacrarium Reclusum (Ypres, 1690, 12mo): — Sanctum Sanctorum Conclusumn (ibid. eod. 12mo), against the use of the mass in the vulgar tongue. The last two have been printed in Dutch.