Corraro (Lat Corrarius), Antonio
Corraro (Lat. Corrarius), Antonio an Italian prelate, was born at Venice in 1359. He was one of the institutors of the society of St. George in Alga, and was appointed bishop of Ostia, and afterwards cardinal, by pope Gregory XII, his uncle. After having performed the functions of legate in France and Germany, he passed the last years of his life in a monastery. He died at Padua, January 19, 1445, leaving some works on festivals and casuistry, which have perished.
Another Antonio Corraro, a Benedictinae of Venice, who died the same year, had been bishop of Brescia and Ceneda. See Biog. Universelle, s.v.; Hoefer, Nouv. Biog. Generale, s.v.