Biography of Diego Álvarez (ca 1550-1635)

Spanish Dominican, born in Rioseco (Soria) in the middle of the sixteenth century and died in Trani (Italy), city where he/she was Archbishop, in 1635. He/She taught Theology for thirty years in Spain and Rome, where he/she was sent in 1596 to hold the doctrine of Aquinas against the molinistas. His most famous works are: De auxiliis divinae gratiae (Lyon, 1611); Concord of free will with to the predestination (Lyon, 1622); Comments to Isaiah and the sum of Santo Tomas; Of the divine incarnation of the word; The origin of heresy pelusgiana (Trani, 1629).