Carthagena, Juan De
Carthagena, Juan de a Spanish theologian, left the Jesuit order to enters that of the Observantine Franciscans, and became professor of theology at Salamanca, then at Rome. He died at Naples in 1617, leaving Pro Ecclesiastica Libertate et Potestate Tuenda (Rome, 1607): —Propugnaculum Catholicum, etc. (ibid. 1609): — Homiliae Catholicae (ibid. eod.; Paris, 1616): — De Sacris Arcansis Deiparae (Cologne, 1613, 1618; Paris, 1614-15): —Praxis Orationis Mentalis (Venice and Cologne, 1618). See Hoefer, Nouv. Biog. Géneralé, s.v.