Cuyck, Henry Van
Cuyck, Henry Van a Dutch theologian and scholar, was born in 1546 at Kuilenburg. For fourteen years he taught philosophy at Louvain. After having been vicar- general of the archbishop of Malines, he became bishop of Ruremond in 1596, and won the reputation of being a prelate both pious and instructive. He died October 7, 1609. His principal works are, Orationes Paneqyricae (Antwerp, 1575): — an edition of the works of Cassianus (ibid. 1578): — Speculum Concubinariorum Sacerdotum, Monachorum, Clericorum (Cologne, 1599; Louvain, 1601): — Epistolae Parceneticae. See Hoefer, Nouv. Biog. Generale, s.v.; Jocher, Allgemeines Gelehrten-Lexikon, s.v.