Carvajal (or Caravagal), Luis De

Carvajal (or Caravagal), Luis de a Spanish Franciscan, of the order Observantines, in the province of Castile, and theologian of Alcala, studied a Paris, and attended the Council of Trent, in 1547 where he delivered a discourse, on the second Sunday in Lent, .which has been printed at Antwerp. He also wrote an Expostulatory Desclamation (in Latin) for the Immaculate Conception (Seville, 1533; Paris, 1541): —Theologicae Sententiae, etc. (Cologne, 1545): — Apologie Mosnastica, against Erasmus (Basle and Paris, 1579).

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