Engelgrave, Hendrik a Belgian theologian, brother of the preceding, was born at Antwerp in 1610. He joined the society of Jesus in 1628; became successively director and then prsefect of the lower classes; directed for fifteen years several convents; became rector of the colleges of Oudenarde, Cassel, and Bruges, being surnamed the Magazine of Sciences, on account of his extended knowledge; and died at Antwerp, March 8, 1670, leaving, Coeleste Pantheon (Cologne, 1647): — Lux Evangelica, etc. (Antwerp, 1648; inserted in the Index at Rome on July 27,1686, but reprinted several times): — Coeleste Empyreum (Cologne, 1668): — Meditatien ofte Saete Bemerkingen (Antwerp, 1670): — Divum Domus Facta, etc. (Cologne, 1688): — Commentaria in Evangelia Quadragesimae (ibid. 1725): — and several pieces of poetry in Latin, 4to. See Hoefer, Nouv. Biog. Generale, s.v.