Macedo, Antonio a Portuguese Jesuit and writer, was born at Coimbra in 1612. He was regent and instructor among the Jesuits, and passed two years in the African missions. He had charge of the confessional of the Vatican church until 1671, from which time he directed the College of Evora, and afterwards that of Lisbon. He died at Lisbon in 1693. His works are, among others, Elogia nonnulla et descriptio Coronationis Christinae, reginae Sueciae (Stockholm, 1650): — Lusitania innfulata et pupeurata, seu pontificibus et cardinalibus illustrata (Paris, 1663, 1673, 4to): — De Vita et Moribus Joannis de Alnseida (Padua, 1669; Rome, 1671): — Divi tutelares orbis Christiani (Lisbon, 1687).