Domingo De Jesus Maria
Domingo De Jesus Maria a Spanish theologian, was born at Calatayud (Old Castile), May 16, 1559. He taught first among the Carmelites of the ancient observance, and afterwards took the habit of the barefooted Carmelites. Being called to Rome about 1590, he was raised to the highest offices of his order, and was engaged by the pope in various important embassies. Besides Greek and Latin, Domingo knew nearly all living languages. He died at Vienna, February 16, 1630, leaving, Sentence Spirituali (Paris, 1623): — Argumenta Psalmorum Divini (Rome, eod.): — Alia Argumenta Psalmorum (ibid:): — La Concordia Espiritual (Bruxelles, 1626; translated into French under the title, De la Theologie Mystique: — De la Protection de la Vierge, (Paris, 1645): — Directoire pour Bien Mourir: — Vie du Frere Alexis de Saint-Bernard, Polonais,.etc. See Hoefer, Nouv. Biog. Generale, s.v.; Bonif. Muller, Leben und Werken d. Dominicus a Jesu Maria (Vienna, 1878).