(15831660). B. Madrid, Sp.; Jesuit; taught philos. and theol. at several Jesuit schools in Sp.; to Rome ca. 1621; cardinal 1643. Taught that God gives enough light for salvation to every soul; emphasized destruction as distinctive factor in sacrificial worship of Eucharist. Works include De incarnatione Domini; Disputationes scholasticae et morales; Tractatus de venerabili Eucharistiae Sacramento; Responsorum moralium libri sex.
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