Caleca (or Calecas), Manuel

Caleca (Or Calecas), Manuel a Greek monk and theologian, flourished at Constantinople about 1360. He renounced the communion of the Greek Church, and attached himself to the Romish party in the East; became a Dominican, and wrote much on the subjects in dispute between the Greek and Roman churches; e.g., De Processione Sp. Sancti (Ingolstadt, 1608, and ins the Bibl. Patrum, t. 26), translated into Latin by Ambrogio Traversari of Camaldoli:-On the Essence and Operations of God, against the Palamites: -De Pincipiis Fidei Christiance (Paris, 1672), edit. in Greek and Latin by Combefis, Auctuarium Noviss :-A Treatise on the Most Holy Trinity. See Cave, Hist. Lit. ii, App. p. 65; Landon, Eccles. Dict. s.v.; Hoefer, Nouv. Biog. Generale, s. v

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