Bruel (Lat Brulims), Joachim

Bruel (Lat. Brulims), Joachim a Flemish theologian of the Augustinian order, was born at Vorst, in Brabant. Having taught philosophy and theology he was twice elected provincial of his order in Flanders. He died June 29, 1653. Bruel wrote, Breves Resolutiones Casuum apud Regulares Reservatorum (Cologne, 1640): — Les Confessions du Bienheureux P. Alphonse d'Arasco, traduites de Espagnol en Francais (ibid. 1610): — Vita B. Joannis Chisii (Antwerp, 1645): — Historiae Peruanae Ordinis Eremitarun S.P. Augustini Libri Octodecira (ibid. 1651): — De Sequestratione Religiosorum, (1653). See Hoefer, Nouv. Biog. Generale, s.v.

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