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Gabriel Vásquez

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Gabriel Vasquez (Belmonte, Cuenca, 1549 or 1551 – Alcalá de Henares, 23 September 1604) was a Spanish Jesuit theologian. Life He made his primary and grammar studies at Belmonte, and went to Alcalá for philosophy, where he entered the Society of Jesus on 9 April 1569. Having completed his novitiate he continued his theological studies there, closing with a public defense of his thesis. At the Fifth Provincial Congregation at Toledo he also defended a thesis. Between these events he lectured to the Jesuit students on the De Anima, and returned to Alcalá to study Hebrew. Following this he taught moral theology two years at the college of Ocaña, two more at Madrid, and for some time at Alcalá. From there, although not yet thirty years of age, he was called to Rome to fill the same post at the Roman College. Before his departure he made his profession at Belmonte. He remained six years in Rome then returned to Alcalá, where he taught theology until his death. In him, accordin
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