Capisucchi, Raimondo Camillo
Capisucchi, Raimondo Camillo, an Italian ecclesiastic and theologian, was born at Rome in 1616. He was the son of Paolo Capisucchi, and marquis of Puy Catin. At the age of fourteen years, on Julne 8, 1630, he entered the Dominican order, and afterwards became .professor of philosophy and theology. Innocent X made him secretary of the Index, member of the board of examination of bishops, and in 1654 master of the sacred palace. On Sept. 1,1681, Innocent XI appointed him to the cardinalship. He died at Rome, April 12,1691, leaving Controversice Theologicce, Scholasticce, A Morales, ad Mentem Divi Thomce Resolutce (Rome, 1670, 1677): -Censuras seu Votum de Cultu Sanctorum Veteris Testamezs :-De Gradu Virtutum in Sonetis Canonisandis Requisito:--Vita Jesu Christi. See Hoefer, Nouv. Biog. Generale, s.v.