Angelis, Agostino Dí

Angelis, Agostino Dí, a Roman Catholic divine of Italy, was born in 1606 at Angri, in Naples. He joined the Order of the Somaschians, and lectured on philosophy and theology at Rome. In 1667 he was made bishop of Umbriatico, and died in 1681. He wrote, Lectiones Theologicce de Deo Clare Viso, Omnia Sciente, nos Prcedestinante, ac Omnia Creante in Summam Contracte (Rome, 1664): — De Deo ut Trino et ut Incarnato (ibid. 1666): — Homologia, seu Consensus Historice Ecclesiasticce cum Sacris Canonibus, Conciiiis, etc. (ibid. eod.): — De Recto Usu Opinionis' Probabilis (ibid. eod.). See Mazzuchelli, Scrittori d'Italia; Toppi, Biblioth. Napoletana; Ughelli, Italia Sacra. (B. P.)

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