Religious and Chilean journalist, born in Linares on September 28, 1876 and died on date that is unknown.
Son of Bernardino J. Abarzúa and Rudecinda Troncoso, learned his first letters in his hometown, completed later in high school, where he obtained the degree of Bachelor in humanities. Later he moved to Santiago to join the seminar. Ordered priest and served as magisterial work. For much of his life he devoted himself to journalism; Thus, in 1905 he worked as Chief Editor at the newspaper El País, and six years later moved to the city of Concepcion to become the Manager of the Union. Time also reached him for, that same year of 1911, get his Bachelor's degree in law, career in which it had registered some time before. His journalistic articles were also published in El Diario Austral. His activities as a journalist not prevented him to actively continue with his magisterial work, which led him to travel to the provinces of Tacna and Arica for several conferences.