Escobar, Pedro Suarez De

Escobar, Pedro Suarez de a Spanish theologian, was born at Medina; belonged to the order of the Hermits of St. Augustine, and went into Spanish America, preaching the Catholic faith in Mexico. He became successively first theologian of the cathedral of that city, praefect of the province, and bishop of Guadalaxara. He died at Tlaicapan in 1591, leaving, Escata del Paraiso Celestial: Silva de la Perfeccion Evangelica: Relox de Principes: Sermones de los Evangelios de Todo et Ano (Madrid, 1601). See Hoefer, Nouv. Biog. Generale, s.v.

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