Cepari, Virgilio

Cepari, Virgilio an Italian historian and ascetic theologian, of the order of the Jesuits, was born at Panicale, near Perugia, in 1564. He was rector in the Jesuit colleges at Florence and Rome, and died March 14, 1631, leaving, Vita di San Francesco di Borgia (Rome, 1624, 8vo): — Vita di Santa Francesca, Romana: Vita di Santa Maddalena di Pazzi: —Vita di San Luigi di

Gonzaga: —Vita di Giovanni Berchmano Vita di San Stanislao di Kostka. These latter four, lives have been translated into French and often reprinted. See Hoefer, Nouvelle Biographie Générale, s.v.

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