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Philip of the Blessed Trinity[1] (born at Malaucene, near Avignon, 1603; died at Naples, 28 February 1671) was a French Discalced Carmelite theologian and missionary.

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Life

He took the habit at Lyon where he made his profession, 8 September, 1621. Choosing the missionary life, he studied two years at the seminary in Rome and proceeded in February, 1629, to Palestine and Persia, and thence to Goa where he became prior, and teacher of philosophy and theology. After the martyrdom of Dionysius, a Nativitate, his pupil, and Redemptus a Cruce, 29 Nov., 1638, Philip collected all available evidence and set out for Rome to introduce the cause of their beatification which, however, only terminated in 1900.

He did not return to the mission, but was entrusted with important offices in France, in 1665, was elected general of the order with residence in Rome, and three years later, re-elected. While visiting all the provinces of his order, he was caught in a terrific gale off the coast of Calabria, and reached Naples in dying condition.

Works

Besides the classical languages he spoke fluently French, Italian, Spanish, Portuguese, Persian, and Arabic. His works include:

  • "Summa philosophiae", 4 vols., Lyons, 1648, in which he follows not only the spirit but also the method of St. Thomas Aquinas;
  • "Summa theologiae thomisticae", 5 vols., Lyons, 1653;
  • "Summa theologiae mysticae", Lyons, 1656; reprinted in 3 vols., Paris, 1884;
  • "Itinerarium orientale", Lyons, 1649, also in Italian and French;
  • "Decor Carmeli religiosi", the lives of the saints and saintly members of his Order, Lyons, 1665;
  • "Theologia carmelitana", Rome, 1665.

The two last named and some smaller works dealing to some extent with historical matters of a controversial nature, called forth a reply from Pierre-Joseph de Haitze, under the titles "Des Moines empruntéz", and "Des Moines travestis".

References

  • Henricus a SS.v Sacramento, Collectio Scriptorum Ord. Carmel. Excalc. II (Savona, 1884), 110.

Notes

  1. ^ Philip of the Trinity, Philippe de la Trinité, Esprit Julien.

This article incorporates text from the entry Philip of the Blessed Trinity in the public-domain Catholic Encyclopedia of 1913.

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