Viatora Coccaleo
Viatora Coccaleo (so called from his birthplace, Coccaglio in Lombardy, date of birth unknown; d. 1793) was an Italian Capuchin theologian.
For a time he was lector in theology. Among his works ar...
Carlo Maria Curci
Carlo Maria Curci (1810 in Naples – June 8, 1891 in Florence) was an Italian theologian from Naples.He joined the Society of Jesus in 1826, and was devoted to the education and care of the poor and pr...
Francesco Silvestri
Francesco Silvestri, O.P. (ca. 1474 – 19 September 1528) was an Italian Dominican theologian. He wrote a notable commentary on Thomas of Aquinas's Summa contra gentiles, and served as Master General o...
Tommaso Maria Zigliara
Tommaso Maria Zigliara (baptismal name: Francesco) (end of October 1833 – 11 May 1893) was a Roman Catholic priest of the Dominican Order, a theologian, philosopher and a cardinal.
Zigliara ...
Girolamo Zanchi
Girolamo Zanchi (Latin "Hieronymus Zanchius," thus Anglicized to "Jerome Zanchi/Zanchius"; February 2, 1516 – November 19, 1590) was an Italian Protestant Reformation clergyman and educator.He was bor...
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Bernard of Bologna
Bernard of Bologna (b. Flovitano Toselli in Bologna, Italy on December 17, 1701 - February 19, 1770), also known as Bernardine, was a Friar Minor Capuchin and Scotist theologian and author.
In 171...
Barlaam of Seminara
Barlaam of Seminara (Bernardo Massari, as a layman), ca. 1290-1348, or Barlaam of Calabria was a southern Italian scholar (Aristotelian scholastic) and clergyman of the 14th century, as well as a Huma...
Francesco Stancaro
Francesco Stancaro (also Latin: Franciscus Stancarus) (Mantua 1501 - Stopnica 1574) was an Italian Catholic priest, theologian, and Protestant convert, who became professor of Hebrew at the University...
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Judah Uziel
Judah Uziel (d. 1634, Venice, probably; Jewish Encyclopedia of 1971 says he died ca. 1600) was an Italian scholar of the 16th century, born in Spain. He was the author of sixteen sermons on the Pentat...
Nicholas Riccardi
Niccolò Riccardi (born at Genoa, 1585; died at Rome, 30 May 1639) was an Italian Dominican theologian, writer and preacher.
Niccolo Riccardi (1585-1639), student of Lemos (1545-1629) at Valladolid...
Pietro Colonna Galatino
Pietro Colonna Galatino (1460 – 1540), also known as Petrus Galatinus, was an Italian Friar Minor, philosopher, theologian and Orientalist.
Galatino was born at Galatina, in Apulia. He received th...
Giovanni Domenico Mansi
Gian (Giovanni) Domenico Mansi (16 February 1692 – 27 September 1769) was an Italian prelate, theologian, scholar and historian, known for his massive works on the Church councils.He was born at Lucca...
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Ferrante Aporti
Ferrante Aporti (20 November 1791 — 14 November 1858) was an Italian educator and theologian.
Aporti was born at San Martino dall'Argine (in what is now the province of Mantua, northern Ital...
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Francis of Marchia
Francis of Marchia (c. 1290 - after 1344) was an Italian Franciscan theologian and philosopher. He was an ally of William of Ockham and Michael of Cesena, and opponent of Pope John XXII, in the strugg...
Henry Noris
Henry Noris (29 August 1631 – 23 February 1704), or Enrico Noris, was an Italian church historian, theologian and Cardinal.Noris was born at Verona, and was baptized with the name Hieronymus (Gi...
Remigio dei Girolami
Remigio dei Girolami (1235–1319) was an Italian Dominican theologian. He was an early pupil of Thomas Aquinas.His Tractatus de bono communi of 1302 is a significant work of political thought. Remigio...
Paulinus II of Aquileia
Saint Paulinus II (c. 726 – 11 January 802 or 804) was a priest, theologian, poet, and one of the most eminent scholars of the Carolingian Renaissance. From 787 to his death, he was the Patriarch of A...
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Bernardo de Rossi
Bernardo de Rossi (8 January 1687 – 2 February 1775) was an Italian Dominican theologian and historian.
Rossi was born at Cividale del Friuli. He made his religious profession with the Domin...
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Gaetano Sanseverino
Gaetano Sanseverino (1811 – November 16, 1865) was an Italian philosopher and theologian. He made a comparative study including the scholastics, particularly St. Thomas Aquinas, and of the conn...
Guglielmo Audisio
Guglielmo Audisio (born at Bra, Piedmont, Italy, 1801; died in Rome, 27 September 1882) was an Italian Catholic priest and writer.
He was professor of sacred eloquence in the episcopal seminary of...
Robert Bellarmine
Saint Robert Bellarmine, S.J. (Italian: Roberto Francesco Romolo Bellarmino; 4 October 1542 – 17 September 1621) was an Italian Jesuit and a Cardinal of the Catholic Church. He was one of the mos...
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Jacob Acontius
Jacob Acontius (Italian: Jacopo (or Giacomo) Aconcio), c. 1520 – around 1566, was an Italian jurist, theologian, philosopher and engineer. He is now known for his contribution to the history...
Fausto Sozzini
Fausto Paolo Sozzini, also known as Faustus Socinus or Faust Socyn (Polish) (5 December 1539 – 4 March 1604), was an Italian theologian and founder of the school of Christian thought known as Socinian...
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Serafino Porrecta
Serafino Porrecta (b. 1536; d. at Bologna, 2 January 1614) was an Italian Dominican theologian.His family name was Capponi; he was called a Porrecta from his place of birth.He is best known as a comme...
Domenico Viva
Domenico Viva (19 October 1648 – 5 July 1726) was an Italian Jesuit theologian.
He was born at Lecce, and entered the Society of Jesus 12 May 1663. He taught he humanities and Greek, nine ye...
Filippo Archinto
Filipo Archinto (1500–1558), born in Milan, was an Italian theologian and diplomat. At the age of twenty he obtained a doctorate in law, at the University of Padua, and revealed such talents for diplo...
Dionigi di Borgo San Sepolcro
Dionigi di Borgo San Sepolcro OESA (Roberti of Roberti, Dennis) (c. 1300 – 31 March 1342) was an Augustinian monk who was at one time Petrarch's confessor, and who taught Boccaccio at the beginning ...
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