Concina, Daniele an Italian theologian, was born at Friuli in 1686. He entered the Dominican order March 16, 1708; distinguished himself by his preaching talenta and received proofs of the esteem of popes Clement XII and Benedict XIV. He died at Venice, February 21, 1756, leaving numerous works, among which we notice, Aninmadversiones Critico-Morales in Menda Pontasiana- (Augsburg, 1733): — Commentarius Historico-Apologeticus, etc. (Venice, 1736): — Epistola Theologico-Morales (ibid. 1744): — In Rescriptum Bened. XIV, Pont. Max. (ibid. 1745): — Usura Contractus Trini Dissertationibus Historico-Theologicis Demonstrata, etc. (ibid.): Theologia Christiana Dogmatico-Moralis (Rome and Venice, 1749); this work is very highly esteemed: — De Sacramentali Absolutione (Rome, 1755). See Hoefer, Nouv. Biog. Generale, s.v.