Daniel De La Vierge
Daniel De La Vierge (properly Audencerde), a Belgian theologian, was born at Hamme, near Dendermonde, Flanders, in 1615. He obtained his education at the house of the Carmelites, whom he joined in 1632. He was successively lecturer on theology, master of novices, prior of the convents of Brussels and Malines, and twice provincial. He distinguished himself by his piety and charity, and died October 24, 1678, leaving a large number of works, among which we notice, The Art of Confession (Brussels, 1649, in Flemish): — Demonstration of the True Church (ibid. eod., in Flemish): — Epitome Vitae Sancti Petri Thomae, etc. (Antwerp, 1659): — Vita Sancti Eliae Prophita (Frankfort, 1670). See Hoefer, Nouv. Biog. Generale, s.v.