Bernard of Bologna
Bernard of Bologna
Friar Minor Capuchin and Scotist theologian, born at Bologna, 17 December, 1701; died 19 February, 1768

Catholic Encyclopedia. . 2006.

Bernard of Bologna
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    (Also Bernardine; Flovitano Toselli).
    Friar Minor Capuchin and Scotist theologian, born at Bologna, 17 December, 1701; died 19 February, 1768. In 1717 he entered the Capuchin Order and some years later filled successively the office of professor of moral and dogmatic theology and several times he ld positions of responsibility. Perhaps the best known of Bernard of Bologna's writings in the "Bibliotheca Scriptorum O. Min. S. Francisci Cap.", a work which resembles Wadding's well-known "Scriptores Ord. Min." It was published at Venice in 1747, and a n appendix appeared at Rome in 1852. Besides this work Bernard wrote an elementary treatise on philosophy according to Duns Scotus entitled "Institutio Philosophica praemittenda theologiae" (Venice, 1766), and a treatise on dogmatic theology, "Institutio Th eologica" (Venice, 1746). He is also the author of a "Phrasarium S. Scripturae" composed for the use of preachers and authors.
    STEPHEN M. DONOVAN
    Transcribed by Christine J. Murray

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