Alonso de Burgos Alonso (or Alfonso) de Burgos (before 1477 – 1499) was the royal confessor of Ferdinand and Isabella.
Alonso de Espinosa Alonso de Espinosa was a Spanish priest and historian of the sixteenth century.
Alonso de Montúfar Alonso de Montúfar y Bravo de Lagunas, O.P., was a Spanish Dominican friar and prelate of the Catholic Church, who ruled as the second Archbishop of Mexico from 1551 to his death in 1572.
Alphonsus Ciacconius Don Alphonsus Francisco Ciacconius (born shortly before 15 December 1530, Baeza - died 14 February 1599, Rome) was a Spanish Dominican scholar in Rome.
Alvarez of Córdoba Blessed Alvarez of Córdoba or Blessed Alvarez of Zamora (c.1350–c.1430), was born at Zamora, Spain, towards the middle of the fourteenth century.
Ambroise-Marie Carré Ambroise-Marie Carré OP (25 July 190815 January 2004) was a Catholic priest, author and member of the Académie française.
Ambrose of Siena The Blessed Ambrose of Sienna was an Italian Dominican teacher, missionary and diplomat.
Ambrosius Eßer Ambrosius Eßer OP (born Klaus Eßer, also spelled Eszer, or Esser, Düsseldorf, November 19, 1933 - died Berlin, April 12, 2010) was a German church historian and member of the Dominican Order.
Ambrosius Pelargus Ambrosius Pelargus (* Nidda, c.1493 † Trier, 5 July 1561) was a German Dominican theologian.
Anders Piltz Anders Piltz (born 1943) is a Swedish latinist and medievalist, a priest in the Roman Catholic church and member of the Dominican Order.
Andreas Franz Frühwirth Andreas Franz Frühwirth (21 August 1845 – 9 February 1933) was a Cardinal of the Roman Catholic Church and was former Major Penitentiary of Apostolic Penitentiary.
Andrew of Carniola Andrew of Carniola (1399–November 13, 1484) was the archbishop of Carniola, Slovakia.
Andrew of Rhodes Andrew of Rhodes (Andrew of Colossus; died 1440) was a Greek Dominican theologian.
André de Longjumeau André de Longjumeau (also known as Andrew of Longjumeau in English) was a 13th-century Dominican missionary and diplomat and one of the most active Occidental diplomats in the East in the ...
André de Resende André de Resende (1498–1573), the father of archaeology in Portugal, a Dominican friar.
André Jean André Jean (or Andray; 1662–1753) was a French artist.
André-Jean Festugière André-Jean Festugière was a French philosopher, philologist, and expert on Neoplatonism.
Angelo Acciaioli II Angelo Acciaioli II or Angelo Acciaioli junior (April 15, 1349 - May 31, 1408 in Pisa) was an Italian Catholic cardinal.
Angelo Portelli Angelo Portelli, O.P. was born Francis Saviour Portelli on April 24, 1852, to Francis and Mary Vella in Valletta.
Anna Abrikosova Anna Ivanovna Abrikosova (Анна Ивановна Абрикосова) (later known as Mother Catherine of Siena, O.P.) (Екатери́на Сие́нская or Ekaterina Sienskaya), (23 January 1882, Kitaigorod, Moscow, Ru...
Anna Borkowska (Sister Bertranda) Anna Borkowska, was a Polish cloistered Dominican nun who served as the prioress of her monastery in Kolonia Wileńska, near Wilno, Poland.
Anne Buttimer Anne Buttimer (born 31 October 1938) is an Irish geographer.
Annibale Annibaldi Annibale Annibaldi, also known as Annibaldo degli Annibaldi, (died 1 September 1271) was an Italian Catholic theologian, Annibile was born into the Roman baronal family known as the Anni...
Annio da Viterbo Annius of Viterbo (Joannes Annius Viterb(i)ensis; c. 1432 – 13 November 1502) was an Italian Dominican friar, scholar, and historian, born Giovanni Nanni (Nenni) in...
Anthony della Chiesa Blessed Anthony della Chiesa (1394–1459) was a Dominican superior and companion of St. Bernardino of Siena.
Anthony Dominic Fahy Anthony Dominic Fahy, (11 January 1805 – 20 February 1871) was an Irish Dominican Priest, missionary and head of the Irish community in Argentina between 1844 and 1871.
Anthony Fisher Anthony Fisher OP is the Catholic Bishop of Parramatta in New South Wales, Australia.
Antonio de Monroy Antonio de Monroy was the Master of the Order of Preachers from 1677 to 1686.
Antonio de Montesinos (Dominican friar) Antonio de Montesinos was a Spanish Dominican friar on the island of Hispaniola who, with the backing of his prior, Fray Pedro de Córdoba and his Dominican community at Santo Dominigo, preached...
Augustine Fangi The Blessed Augustine Fangi, O.P., was an Italian Dominican friar and Catholic priest.
Aymeric of Piacenza Aymeric of Piacenza (born Piacenza, Italy; died 19 August 1327, Bologna) was an Italian Dominican scholar, who became Master of the Order of Preachers.
Baltasar de Quiñones Baltasar de Quiñones (d. 1798) was the Master of the Order of Preachers from 1777 to 1798.
Barnaba Cagnoli Barnaba Cagnoli was an Italian friar from Vercelli. Two time provincial of Lombardy from 1305 to 1313 and from 1319 to 1324. On 1313 was named inquisitor, in whose charge jealous defender of the faith with great honor he was shown and fame for the Order.
Bartholomew of Bologna (missionary) Bartholomew of Bologna (died 1333), also known as Bartholomaeus Parvus (the Little), was a Dominican missionary, sent by Pope John XXII to Cilician Armenia, where he interacted with the Ar...
Bartholomew of Braga Blessed Bartholomew of Braga, later known as Bartolomeus a Martyribus (Bartolomeu dos Mártires in Portuguese), out of veneration for the church in which he was baptized, was a Portug...
Bartolommeo Spina Bartolomeo Spina was an Italian Dominican theologian and scholastic philosopher.
Bartolomé Carranza Bartolomé Carranza (1503 – May 2, 1576), Spanish priest of the Dominican Order, theologian and Archbishop of Toledo, sometimes called de Miranda or de Carranza y Miranda, who spent much of his later life imprisoned on (eventually disproven) charges of heresy.
Bartolomé de las Casas Bartolomé de las Casas, O.P. (Seville, c. 1484 – Madrid, 18 July 1566), was a 16th-century Spanish historian, social reformer and Dominican friar.
Bartolomé de Medina Bartolomé de Medina (1527-1580), Spanish theologian and mining specialist, was born in Medina de Rioseco, Spain in 1527.
Benedict Ashley Benedict M. Ashley, O.P. (Winston Norman Ashley on May 3, 1915 – February 23, 2013), was a theologian and philosopher who had a major influence on 20th century Catholic theology and ethics in Am...
Bernard Gui Bernard Gui (1261 or 1262 – 30 December 1331), born Bernard Guidoni, also known as Bernardo Gui or Bernardus Guidonis, was a French inquisitor of the Dominican Order in the Late Middle Ages during the Medieval Inquisition, Bishop of Lodève, and one of the most...
Bernard of Luxemburg Bernard of Luxemburg was a Dominican theologian, controversialist, and Inquisitor of the Archdioceses of Cologne, Mainz, and Trier.
Bernard of Trilia Bernard of Trilia (Bernard de la Treille, Bernardus de Trilia) (Nîmes, c. 1240 – 1292) was a French Dominican theologian and scholastic philosopher.
Bernard Zamanja Bernard Zamanja, also Bernardo Zamagna, (November 5, 1735 – April 20, 1820) was a priest of the Dominican Order, a theologist and predicator, from an old noble family of Dubrovnik, was a s...
Bernardo de Rossi Bernardo de Rossi (8 January 1687 – 2 February 1775) was an Italian Dominican theologian and historian.
Berthold of Moosburg Berthold of Moosburg was a German Dominican theologian and neo-Platonist of the 14th century, teaching in Regensburg in 1327.
Brian Davies (philosopher) Father Brian Evan Anthony Davies, OP (born 1951) is Distinguished Professor of Philosophy, Fordham University (since 1995), and author of the classic, An Introduction to the Philosophy of Reli...
Brian Shanley Rev. Brian J. Shanley, O.P., S.T.L., Ph.D., a priest of the Order of Preachers, is the President of Providence College.
Bruno Cadoré Father Bruno Cadoré, O.P. is a French Roman Catholic priest of the Dominican Order.
Bruno Hussar Father Bruno Hussar was the founder of Neve Shalom / Wahat al-Salam, which means "Oasis of Peace," an Arab/Jewish village dedicated to coexistence. Father Bruno derived the name from the book of Isaiah "My people shall dwell in an Oasis of Peace". Born in Cairo, he was an Egyptian Catholic.
Buenaventura García de Paredes Blessed Buenaventura García de Paredes (Castañedo de Valdés April 19, 1866 - 1936) was a Dominican priest and Master of the Order of Preachers.
Burchard of Mount Sion Burchard of Mount Sion, or Burchard de Mont Sion, also wrongly called Brocard or Bocard, was a German Dominican who travelled to the Middle East at the end of the 13th century.
Bzovius Abraham Bzowski (Bzovius) (1567–1637) was a Polish Dominican historian.
Bérenger de Landore Bérenger de Landore (1262–1330) was a French Dominican, who became Master of the Order of Preachers, and then Archbishop of Santiago de Compostela.
Carino of Balsamo Blessed Carino Pietro of Balsamo (died 1293), sometimes called St. Acerinus, was the murderer of Saint Peter of Verona (Saint Peter Martyr) who later repented his actions and became a Do...
Carlos Azpiroz Costa Carlos Alfonso Azpiroz Costa, O.P., J.C.D. (born 30 October 1956, Buenos Aires) is a Roman Catholic priest of the Dominican Order.
Catherine of Siena Saint Catherine of Siena, T.O.S.D. (25 March 1347 in Siena – 29 April 1380 in Rome), was a tertiary of the Dominican Order, and a Scholastic philosopher and theologian.
Charles-Louis Richard Charles-Louis Richard (April 1711 – 16 August 1794) was a Catholic theologian and publicist.
Christina Ebner Sister Christina Ebner, O.P., (also Christine), (26 March 1277 – 27 December 1356) was a German Dominican nun, writer and mystic.
Christoph Schönborn Christoph Maria Michael Hugo Damian Peter Adalbert Graf von Schönborn, O.P. (born 22 January 1945), is a Bohemian-born Austrian Dominican friar and theologian, who is a cardinal of the Catholic ...
Clement of Dunblane Clement (died 1258) was a 13th-century Dominican friar who was the first member of the Dominican Order in Britain and Ireland to become a bishop.
Columba of Rieti Columba of Rieti, O.S.D., (2 February 1467 – 20 May 1501) was an Italian Religious Sister of the Third Order of St. Dominic who was noted as a mystic.
Columba Ryan Columba Ryan OP (born Patrick Ryan, January 13, 1916 – August 4, 2009) was a Dominican priest who was a philosophy teacher, university chaplain, and pastor.
Conrad Koellin Conrad Koellin (Latin, Conradus Koellin; 1476, Ulm-1536, Cologne),was a Dominican, professor of theology, and commentator on St. Thomas Aquinas.
Conrad of Asti Conrad of Asti (died 1470) was an Italian religious man who was born nearest of Asti in Piedmont.
Conrad Pepler Conrad Pepler O.P. was an English Dominican priest, writer, editor, and publisher.
Conradin of Bornada Conradin of Bornada (or Conradin of Brescia) (died 1 November 1429) was an Italian Dominican preacher.
Cornelius Sneek Cornelius Sneek (1455-1534) was a 15th-16th century Dominican priest and a member of the Congregation of Holland.
Cosmos Rossellius Cosmos Rossellius (died 1578) was a Florentine Dominican friar who wrote a book about memory.
David of Ashby David of Ashby (fl. 1260 – 1275) was an English-born Dominican friar who was sent by the Holy Land city of Acre to the Mongol ruler Hulagu in 1260, by the Papal legate Thomas Agni de Lentino.
David van Ooijen David Adriaan Theodorus van Ooijen (25 December 1939, Wateringen - 8 November 2006, Huissen) was a Dutch Roman Catholic priest and politician.
Desiderio Scaglia Desiderio Scaglia (1567 – 21 August 1639), also known as the Cardinal of Cremona, was an Italian cardinal and bishop.
Didacus Ximenes Didacus Ximenes was a Spanish Dominican of the sixteenth century, noted as a theologian, philosopher, and astronomer.
Diego Carranza Diego Carranza (born at Mexico, 1559; died at Tehuantepec, date unknown) was a Mexican Dominican missionary.
Diego Collado Diego Collado (Latin name: Didacus Colladus; died 1638 (or 1641 sources differ) was a Christian missionary born in the late sixteenth century at Miajadas, in the province of Extremadura, Spain.
Diego Deza Diego de Deza (1444 – 9 June 1523) was a theologian and inquisitor of Spain.
Diego Durán Diego Durán (c. 1537–1588) was a Dominican friar best known for his authorship of one of the earliest Western books on the history and culture of the Aztecs, The History of the Indies of New Spain, a book that was much criticized in his lifetime for helping the "heathen" maintain...
Dietrich of Apolda Dietrich of Apolda (died 1302) was a German Dominican hagiographer, writing towards the end of the thirteenth century.
Domingo Betanzos Domingo Betanzos was a Spanish Dominican missionary to Central America.
Domingo Báñez Domingo Báñez (29 February 1528, Valladolid – 22 October 1604, Medina del Campo) was a Spanish Dominican and Scholastic theologian.
Domingo de la Anunciación Domingo de la Anunciación (1510–1591), born Juan de Ecija, was a Spanish Dominican missionary in New Spain (now Mexico).
Domingo de Santo Tomás Fray Domingo de Santo Tomás, O.P. (1499 – 28 February 1570) was a Spanish Dominican missionary and grammarian who compiled the first Quechua grammar.
Domingo de Soto Domingo de Soto (1494 – November 15, 1560) was a Dominican priest and Scholastic theologian born in Segovia, Spain, and died in Salamanca at the age of 66.
Dominic of Flanders Dominic of Flanders was a French-Flemish Dominican philosopher and Scholastic author, known to have been a renowned Thomist.
Dominic Pace Dominic Pace was a Maltese theologian and minor philosopher.
Dominique Pire Dominique Pire (full name: Georges Charles Clement Ghislain Pire; February 10, 1910 – January 30, 1969) was a Belgian Dominican friar whose work helping refugees in post-World War II Europe ...
Dominique-Ceslas Gonthier Dominique-Ceslas Gonthier (22 September 1853 – 16 June 1917) was a Canadian Roman Catholic priest, Dominican, author, and professor.
Edouard Hugon Édouard Hugon, Roman Catholic Priest, French Dominican, Thomistic philosopher and theologian trusted and held in high esteem by the Holy See, was a famed professor at the Pontificium Collegium...
Edward Schillebeeckx Edward Cornelis Florentius Alfonsus Schillebeeckx (12 November 1914 – 23 December 2009) was a Belgian Roman Catholic theologian born in Antwerp.
Elias Burneti of Bergerac Elias Burneti of Bergerac was a Dominican master of theology in the 13th century. According to Kaeppeli, he lectured in Montpellier in the years 1246 through 1247. Later, he became the regent master of the Dominicans in Paris around the years 1248–1256.
Elias Raymond Elias Raymond was a French Dominican friar from Toulouse.
Fabian Cowper Dom Fabian Cowper, OP (7 September 1931 — 13 October 1990), a monk of Ampleforth Abbey, was an English Roman Catholic monk, who served as Master of St Benet's Hall, Oxford from 1989 until his de...
Feliciano Ninguarda Feliciano (spelled Felizian in Germany) Ninguarda (1524 – 5 June 1595) was an Italian priest and one of the main movers of the Counter Reformation.
Felix Fabri Felix Fabri – sometimes referred to as Faber – was a Dominican theologian who was born about 1441 in Zurich, Switzerland and died in 1502 in Ulm, Germany.
Fergus Gordon Kerr Fergus Gordon Thomson Kerr, OP, FRSE (born 16 July 1931), a prominent scholar, widely recognized for his contributions in the areas of philosophy and theology, is a Scottish Roman Catholic pries...
Ferrer d'Abella Ferrer d'Abella (or de Apilia) was a Catalan Dominican friar, diplomat, and scholar of the fourteenth century.
Fidel Villarroel Fidel Villarroel is a multi-awarded Spanish historian, writer, filipinologist, biographer, political commentator, Master Theologian of the Dominican Order, and member of the Order of Isabe...
Filippo Anfossi Filippo Anfossi (died 14 May 1825) was a Vicar-General of the Dominicans and Master of the Sacred Palace.
Filippo Barbieri Filippo Barbieri or Philippus de Barberiis (1426–87) was a Dominican inquisitor and historian from Syracuse.
Fra Angelico Fra Angelico (born Guido di Pietro; c. 1395 – February 18, 1455) was an Early Italian Renaissance painter described by Vasari in his Lives of the Artists as having "a rare and perfect ...
Fra Bartolomeo Fra Bartolomeo or Fra Bartolommeo (di Pagholo) OP (March 28, 1472 – October 6, 1517), also known as Baccio della Porta, was an Italian Renaissance painter of religious subjects.
Fra Carnevale Fra Carnevale was an Italian painter of the Quattrocento, active mainly in Urbino.
Fra Paolo da Pistoia Fra Paolo da Pistoia OP (1490 – August 3, 1547) was an Italian painter of the Renaissance period, active in Tuscany.
Francesco Colonna Francesco Colonna was an Italian Dominican priest and monk who was credited with the authorship of the Hypnerotomachia Poliphili by an acrostic in the text.
Francesco Romeo Francesco Romeo (died 1552) was the Master of the Order of Preachers from 1546 to 1552.
Francesco Silvestri Francesco Silvestri, O.P. (ca. 1474 – 19 September 1528) was an Italian Dominican theologian.
Francis Ferdinand de Capillas Francis Fernández (or Ferdinand) de Capillas, O.P. (August 15, 1607 – January 15, 1648) was a Spanish Dominican friar who went as a missionary to Asia.
Francis MacNutt Francis Scott MacNutt (born 1925) was a leading member of the Catholic Charismatic Renewal and is an author of books on healing prayer, including '...
Francisco Cepeda Francisco Cepeda (Zepeda, Zepedas) (born in the province of La Mancha, Spain, 1532; died at Guatemala, 1602) was a Spanish Dominican missionary.
Francisco Coll Guitart Saint Francisco Coll Guitart was a priest of the Order of Preachers and founded the Dominican Sisters of the Annunciation of the Blessed Virgin.
Francisco de Aguilar (conquistador) Francisco de Aguilar (1479 — 1571?), born Alonso de Aguilar, was a Spanish conquistador who took part in the expedition led by Hernán Cortés that resulted in the conquest of the Aztec Empi...
Francisco de Araujo Francisco de Araujo (1580 – 19 March 1664) was a Spanish Catholic theologian.
Francisco de Vitoria Francisco de Vitoria, OP (Francisco de Victoria; c. 1483, Vitoria-Gasteiz – 12 August 1546, Salamanca) raised in Burgos, was a Spanish Renaissance Roman Catholic philosopher, theologian an...
Francisco J. Ayala Francisco José Ayala Pereda (born March 12, 1934) is a Spanish-American biologist and philosopher at the University of California, Irvine.
Francisco Varo Francisco Varo (October 4, 1627 - January 31, 1687) was a Dominican monk, missionary in China, and author of the first grammar of Mandarin Chinese, "Arte de la lengua mandarina" (1703).
Gaspar da Cruz Gaspar da Cruz (c. 1520 – 5 February 1570; sometimes also known under an Hispanized version of his name, Gaspar de la Cruz) was a Portuguese Dominican friar born in Évora, who traveled to ...
Gaspar de Carvajal Gaspar de Carvajal (c. 1500–1584) was a Spanish Dominican missionary to the New World, known for chronicling some of the explorations of the Amazon.
Geoffroy d'Ablis Geoffroy d'Ablis was a Dominican who led the Inquisition in Carcassonne against Cathars such as Peire Autier from 1303 to 1316.
George Anthony Frendo George Anthony Frendo O.P. (born 4 April 1946) is a Maltese prelate who serves as the Auxiliary Bishop of Tiranë-Durrës in Albania.
Georges Cottier Georges Marie Martin Cottier O.P., (born April 25, 1922) is a Swiss Cardinal of the Roman Catholic Church, Archbishop, Dominican, Theologian emeritus of the Pontifical Household.
Georges-Henri Lévesque Georges-Henri Lévesque, (February 16, 1903 – January 15, 2000) was a Canadian Dominican priest and sociologist and a liberal figure in Quebec during the conservative Duplessis era.
Gerald Vann Gerald Vann, O.P. was a British Roman Catholic theologian and philosopher.
Gerard de Daumar Gerard de Daumar de la Garde was a French Dominican from Limoges.
Giacinto Bondioli Giacinto Bondioli (1596-1636) was an Italian Dominican prior and composer.
Giacinto Macripodari Giacinto Macripodari (Υάκινθος Μακρυποδάρης, Jácint Ferenc Makripodári, Hyacinthus Macripodarius, Giacinto Ischiota c. 1610 – 1672), O.P. was a 17th-century Greek scholar and Dominican friar.
Giacomo Nacchiante Giacomo Nacchiante (Jacopo Nacchianti, Naclantus) (born 15 October 1502 at Florence; died at Chioggia, 6 May 1569) was an Italian Dominican theologian.
Giles of Lessines Giles of Lessines was a thirteenth-century Dominican scholastic philosopher, a pupil of Thomas Aquinas.
Girolamo Bernerio Girolamo Cardinal Bernerio, O.P. (1540 – 5 August 1611) was an Italian Cardinal of the Roman Catholic Church.
Girolamo Savonarola Girolamo Savonarola (1452–1498) was an Italian Dominican friar and preacher active in Renaissance Florence, and known for his prophecies of civic glory and calls for Christian renewal.
Giuseppe Agostino Orsi Giuseppe Agostino Orsi (1692, Florence - 1761) was a cardinal, theologian, and ecclesiastical historian.
Giuseppe Nuvolo Giuseppe Nuvolo (born Vincenzo Nuvolo, also known as Fra' Nuvolo; 1570–1643) was an Italian architect, an exponent of the Mannerist and early Baroque architecture, active mostly in N...
Godfried van Mierlo Godfried van Mierlo, O.P. (February 2, 1518, Helmond – July 28, 1587, Deventer), was a Dominican friar who served as the Bishop of Haarlem and the last direct Abbot of Egmond Abbey from 15...
Gonçalo de Amarante Gonçalo de Amarante was a Portuguese priest and hermit before becoming a Dominican friar later in life; canonized by Pope Pius IV in 1560.
Guerard des Lauriers Michel Louis Guérard des Lauriers, O.P. (1898 – February 27, 1988) was a Dominican theologian and, in later life, a traditionalist Catholic bishop.
Guillaume Adam Bishop Guillaume Adam, O.P. (Guillelmus Adae), also known in English as William Adam (died ca. 1341), was a missionary, writer and French Catholic archbishop.
Guillaume Courtet Guillaume Courtet was a French Dominican priest who has been described as the first Frenchman to have visited Japan.
Guillaume de la Sudrie Guillaume de la Sudrie (la Sudré) (died 18 April 1373) was a French Dominican and Cardinal, born Laguenne, Corrèze.
Gustavo Gutiérrez Gustavo Gutiérrez Merino, O.P., (born 8 June 1928 in Lima) is a Peruvian theologian and Dominican priest regarded as the founder of Liberation Theology.
Guy of Ibelin, bishop of Limassol Guy of Ibelin (Fr: Guy d'Ibelin) (died 29 March 1367) was the dominican bishop of Limassol, Cyprus from 27 April 1357 until his death.
Heinrich Kramer Heinrich Kramer (1430 – 1505), also known under the Latinized name Henricus Institor, was a German churchman and inquisitor.
Heinrich von Herford Heinrich von Herford (also Heinrich von Hervord, Henricus de Hervordia), anglicized Henry of Herford (~1300 - † 9 October 1370) was a Dominican friar, chronicler, historian, and theologian.
Henri Desroche Henri Desroche (né Desroches) (12 April 1914 1 June 1994) was a French sociologist.
Henri Didon Henri Didon was a French Dominican preacher, writer, and educator.
Henrik Kalteisen Henrik Kalteisen, O.P., S.T.D., the Danish and Norwegian name of Heinrich Kalteisen (probably around 1390, Koblenz, Electorate of Trier – 2 October 1464, same place), was a German theologi...
Henry Daniel (friar) Henry Daniel was a Dominican friar skilled in the medical and natural science of his time.
Henry Denifle Henry Denifle, in German Heinrich Seuse Denifle (January 16, 1844, Imst, Austrian Tyrol - June 10, 1905, Munich), was an Austrian paleographer and historian.
Henry of Herford Henry of Herford (or Herworden or Hervordia) was a friar and chronicler; date of birth unknown; died in Minden, 9 Oct., 1370.
Henry Suso Henry Suso, O.P. (also called Amandus, a name adopted in his writings, and Heinrich Seuse in German), was a German Dominican friar, who was a noted spiritual writer and mystic.
Hentenius Hentenius (born 1499 at Nalinnes, now in Belgium; died 10 October 1566, at Leuven) was a Flemish Dominican Biblical exegete.
Herbert McCabe Herbert McCabe (1926–2001) was an English-born Irish Dominican priest, theologian and philosopher, who was born in Middlesbrough in the North Riding of Yorkshire.
Hermann of Minden Hermann of Minden was a Provincial superior of the German province of Dominicans in the 13th century.
Homiletic and Pastoral Review Homiletic & Pastoral Review is a religious journal, the first Catholic Clergy magazine to appear in the United States and has been the leading journal of its kind for over a century.
Hugh Aycelin Hugh Aycelin (1230, Billom – 28 December 1297, Rome) was a French Cardinal.
Jean Baptiste Gonet Jean Baptiste Gonet (b. about 1616 at Béziers, in the province of Languedoc; d. there 24 January 1681) was a French Dominican theologian.
Jean Bréhal Jean Bréhal was the inquisitor-general of France who led the effort to rehabilitate Joan of Arc.
Jean Capréolus Jean Capréolus (also Joannes or John Capreolus) (born c. 1380 in the diocese of Rodez, France; died in that city 6 April 1444) was a French Dominican theologian and Thomist.
Jean Clérée Jean Clérée was the Master of the Order of Preachers in 1507.
Jean de Cointac Jean de Cointac, also Contat or Cointa, was a former French Dominican friar who was one of the voyagers attempting the French colonization of Brazil called France Antarctique.
Jean du Feynier Jean du Feynier (d. 1538) was the Master of the Order of Preachers from 1532 to 1538.
Jean Nicolaï Jean Nicolaï (b. in 1594 at Mouzay in the Diocese of Verdun, France; d. 7 May 1673, at Paris) was a French Dominican theologian and controversialist.
Jean-Antoine d'Aubermont Joannes Antonius d'Aubermont (1612 – 22 November 1686 in Leuven) was a Dominican theologian of 's-Hertogenbosch.
Jean-Baptiste Du Tertre Jean-Baptiste Du Tertre (Jacques Du Tertre; 1610 in Calais – 1687 in Paris) was a French blackfriar and botanist.
Jean-Baptiste Henri Lacordaire Jean-Baptiste Henri-Dominique Lacordaire (12 May 1802 – 21 November 1861), often styled Henri-Dominique Lacordaire, was a French ecclesiastic, preacher, journalist and political activist.
Jean-Baptiste Humbert Jean-Baptiste Humbert (born December 8, 1940) is a French archaeologist who has excavated in Jordan, Palestine, Iran and Israel.
Jean-Baptiste Labat Jean-Baptiste Labat (sometimes called, simply, Père Labat) (1663 – 6 January 1738) was a French clergyman, botanist, writer, explorer, ethnographer, soldier, engineer, and landowner.
Jean-Louis Bruguès Jean-Louis Bruguès, OP (born 22 November 1943) is a French archbishop of the Catholic Church.
Jean-Paul Vesco Jean- Paul Vesco, (born on 10 March 1962 in Lyon, Rhône department, France) is a French Dominican bishop of the Roman Catholic Church in the Roman Catholic Diocese of Oran.
Jean-Vincent Scheil Father Jean-Vincent Scheil (b. 10 June 1858, Koenigsmacker – d. 21 September 1940, Paris) was a French Dominican scholar and Assyriologist.
Jerome Inglott Jerome Inglott (1776–1835) was a minor Maltese philosopher and theologian.
Jerome Murphy-O'Connor Reverend Dr Jerome Murphy-O'Connor, O.P. (born 10 April 1935, Cork City, Ireland – died 11 November 2013, Jerusalem) was a Dominican priest, a leading authority on St. Paul and Professor of New Testament at the École Biblique in Jerusalem, a position that he held from 1967 until his death.
John of Montson John of Montson (Juan de Monzón) (born at Monzón, Spain; 1340 – after 1412) was an Aragonese Dominican theologian and controversialist.
John of Paris John of Paris OP (in French Jean de Paris), also called Jean Quidort and Johannes de Soardis (c.
John of Ragusa John of Ragusa (Ivan Stojković; born c. 1380 at Dubrovnik, Republic of Ragusa) was a Croatian Dominican theologian.
John of Vercelli Blessed Giovanni da Vercelli, master general of the Order of Preachers, was born in Mosso Santa Maria in 1205 from the family Garbella and died 30 November 1283 in Montpellier.
John of Wildeshausen Johannes von Wildeshausen (also called Johannes Teutonicus) (born around 1180 in Wildeshausen, died 4 November 1252 in Strasbourg) was the fourth master general of the Dominican order.
Leonard Boyle Father Leonard Eugene Boyle, OP, (November 13, 1923 – October 25, 1999) was an Irish and Canadian scholar in medieval studies and palaeography and was the first Irish and North American ...
Lionel Albert Anderson Lionel Albert Anderson (born about 1620; died 21 October 1710) was an English Dominican and Recusant who was caught up in the Titus Oates plot.
Loderingo degli Andalò Loderingo Andalò (1210–1293) was an Italian nobleman from a Bolognese Ghibelline family.
Lope de Barrientos Lope de Barrientos (1382–1469), sometimes called Obispo Barrientos ("Bishop Barrientos"), was a powerful clergyman and statesman of the Crown of Castile during the 15th century, although h...
Louis Bancel Louis Bancel (born at Valence, 1628; died at Avignon, 1685) was a French Dominican theologian.
Louis Bertrand (saint) Saint Louis Bertrand, O.P. (Luis Beltrán, Luis Bertrán) (1 January 1526 – 9 October 1581) was a Spanish Dominican who preached in South America during the 16th century, and is known as the "apos...
Louis of Granada The Venerable Louis of Granada, O.P. (1505 – 31 December 1588), was a Dominican friar who was noted as theologian, writer and preacher.
Louis-Joseph Lebret Louis-Joseph Lebret was a French Dominican social scientist and philosopher who sought to "put the economy at the service of man" and advanced the notion of the "human economy".
Ludolph of Saxony Ludolph of Saxony (c. 1295 – 1378), also known as Ludolphus de Saxonia and Ludolph the Carthusian, was a German Roman Catholic theologian of the fourteenth century.
Luis Cancer Luis Cancer de Barbastro or Luis de Cancer was a Dominican priest and pioneer Spanish missionary to the New World. He undertook a non-violent approach to converting the American Indians to Christianity, and had significant success in this regard in the Caribbean and later in Guatemala.
Luís de Sousa Frei Luís de Sousa (Manoel or Manuel de Sousa Coutinho) (1555 – 5 May 1632), Portuguese monk and prose-writer, was born at Santarém, a member of the noble family of Sousa Coutinho.
Malcolm Patrick McMahon The Right Reverend Malcolm Patrick McMahon, OP (born 14 June 1949) is an English prelate of the Roman Catholic Church.
Marco Pellegrini Marco Pellegrini (fl. ca. 1500) was a Dominican friar and Vicar-General of the Dominicans in Lombardy from October 1506.
Margareta Ebner Blessed Margareta Ebner, O.P., was a German nun who is considered part of the tradition of German mysticism and a visionary.
Marie-Alain Couturier Père Marie-Alain Couturier, known as Father Couturier was a Dominican friar, designer of stained glass windows, famous for his modern inspiration of Sacred art.
Marie-Dominique Chenu Marie-Dominique Chenu OP (7 January 1895, Soisy-sur-Seine, Essonne – 11 February 1990, Paris) was a progressive Roman Catholic theologian and one of the founders of the reformist journal Concilium.
Marie-Dominique Philippe Marie-Dominique Philippe (September 8, 1912 in Nord (French department) – August 26, 2006 in Loire) was a Dominican philosopher and theologian.
Marie-Joseph Lagrange Marie-Joseph Lagrange (7 March 1855, Bourg-en-Bresse10 March 1938, Marseille; earlier Albert Marie-Henri Lagrange) was a Catholic priest in the Dominican Order and founder of the École Bibli...
Mario Luigi Ciappi Mario Luigi Ciappi, OP (October 6, 1909—April 23, 1996) was an Italian Cardinal of the Roman Catholic Church who served as personal theologian to five popes from 1955 to 1989, and was elevated to the cardinalate in 1977.
Martin Bucer Martin Bucer was a Protestant reformer based in Strasbourg who influenced Lutheran, Calvinist, and Anglican doctrines and practices.
Martin de Porres Martin de Porres, O.P. (December 9, 1579 – November 3, 1639), was a lay brother of the Dominican Order who was beatified in 1837 by Pope Gregory XVI and canonized in 1962 by Pope John XXII...
Martin of Opava Martin of Opava, O.P., (died 1278) also known as Martin of Poland, was a 13th-century Dominican friar, bishop and chronicler.
Martyrs of Gorkum The Martyrs of Gorkum were a group of 19 Dutch Catholic clerics and friars who were hanged on 9 July 1572 in the town of Brielle (or Den Briel) during the 16th century religious wars in the Low ...
Master Francke Master Francke, or Meister Francke, Frater Francke, respectively German for "Master Francke" and Latin for "Brother Francke", was a North German Gothic painter and Dominican friar, ...
Peter González The Blessed Peter González, O.P., sometimes referred to as Pedro González Telmo, Saint Telmo, or Saint Elmo, was a Spanish Dominican friar and priest, born in 1190 in Astorga, León, Spain.
Peter Martin (STP) Peter Martin was an Irish preacher and Master of Sacred Theology, who died 1645.
Peter Nigri Peter Nigri (Latinized from Schwartz), known also as Peter George Niger (b.
Peter of Bergamo Peter of Bergamo (Almadura) (date of birth unknown; died at Placentia, in 1482) was an Italian Dominican theologian.
Peter of Verona Saint Peter of Verona O.P. (1206 – April 6, 1252), also known as Saint Peter Martyr, was a 13th-century Italian Catholic priest.
Peter Paludanus Peter Paludanus (Petrus de Palude) (c.1275–1342) was a French theologian and archbishop.
Peter Sanz Saint Peter Sanz, O.P. was a Catalan Dominican friar who was sent as a missionary bishop to China.
Petrus de Dacia (Swedish monk) Petrus de Dacia (Latin: Peter from Denmark) was a Swedish monk of the Dominican order who lived in Gotland from the 1230s to 1289.
Pier Giorgio Frassati The Blessed Pier Giorgio Frassati, T.O.S.D., was an Italian Catholic social activist, who was a member of the Third Order of St. Dominic.
Pierre Benoit (archaeologist) Maurice Benoit (3 August 1906 – 23 April 1987), better known as Pierre Benoit, was a French Catholic priest, exegete, and theologian.
Pierre Doré Pierre Doré was a French Dominican theologian and controversialist.
Pierre Lucien Claverie Pierre Claverie, (born in Bab El Oued, Algiers, Algeria on 8 May 1938 - died on 1 August 1996) was an assassinated French Catholic priest of the Dominican Order which was Roman Catholic bishop of Oran.
Pierre Mandonnet Pierre Mandonnet (1858–1936) was a Belgian Dominican historian, important in the neo-Thomist trend of historiography and the recovery of medieval philosophy.
Pietro Maria Gazzaniga Pietro Maria Gazzaniga (b. at Bergamo, Italy, 3 March 1722; d. at Vicenza, 11 December 1799) was an Italian Dominican theologian.
Pietro Perna Pietro Perna was an Italian printer, the leading printer of Late Renaissance Basel, the Erasmian crossroads between Italian Renaissance humanism and the Protestant Reformation.
Pietro Ranzano Pietro Ranzano (1428–1492) was a Dominican friar, historian, humanist and scholar who is best known for his work, De primordiis et progressu felicis Urbis Panormi, a history of the city of ...
Plautilla Nelli Suor Plautilla Nelli TOSD (1524–1588) was a self-taught nun-artist—the first-known female painter of Florence, Italy.
Pope Benedict XI Pope Benedict XI (Benedictus XI; 1240 – 7 July 1304), born Nicola Boccasini, was Pope from 22 October 1303 to his death in 1304.
Pope Benedict XIII Pope Benedict XIII (Benedictus XIII; 2 February 1650 – 21 February 1730), born Pietro Francesco Orsini, later Friar Vincenzo Maria Orsini, O.P., was Pope from 29 May 1724 to his death in 1730.
Pope Innocent V Pope Innocent V (Innocentius V; c. 1225 – 22 June 1276), born Pierre de Tarentaise, was Pope from 21 January to 22 June 1276.
Pope Pius V Pope Saint Pius V (17 January 1504 – 1 May 1572), born Antonio Ghislieri (from 1518 called Michele Ghislieri, O.P.), was Pope from 8 January 1566 to his death in 1572.
Praepositinus Praepositinus (Gilbert Prevostin of Cremona, Prevostinus Cremonensis) (1150 – 1210) was an Italian scholastic philosopher and theologian.
R. De Staningtona R. De Staningtona was a friar, likely of the Dominican Order, who was at Oxford University in the mid-1250s. He composed a noteworthy summary of libri naturales by Aristotle. His summary was entitled Compilacio quedam liborum naturalium.
R. Luke Concanen Richard Luke Concanen, O.P. (December 27, 1747 – June 19, 1810), was an Irish prelate of the Roman Catholic Church.
Raimondo Spiazzi Raimondo Spiazzi OP (18 January 1918 - 14 October 2004) was an Italian Catholic theologian, advisor to Pius XII, and Mariologist with over 2,500 publications.
Rainerio Sacchoni Rainerio (or in German Reiner) Sacchoni was a learned and zealous Italian Dominican.
Ramón Martí Ramón Martí was a 13th-century Catalan Dominican friar and theologian.
Raphael Badius Raphael Badius was a Florentine Dominican of the seventeenth century.
Raymond Breton Raymond Breton (b. at Baune, 3 September 1609; d. at Caen, 8 January 1679) was a French Dominican missionary and linguist among the Caribbean Indians, and in particular the Garifuna (formerly known as Black Caribs to Europeans, and as Callinago amongst themselves).
Raymond de Fauga Raymond de Fauga was a French Dominican, and bishop of Toulouse from 1232 to 1270.
Raymond Léopold Bruckberger Raymond Léopold Bruckberger (Murat, 10 April 1907 – Fribourg, 4 January 1998), was a French Dominican priest, Résistance member, writer, translator, screenwriter and director of Austrian heritage.
Riccoldo da Monte di Croce Riccoldo da Monte di Croce or Ricoldo of Monte Croce (Pennini, that is "son of Pennino"; Ricoldus de Monte Crucis), 1243 – 1320, was an Italian Dominican monk, travel writer, missi...
Robert de Reddinge Robert de Reddinge was an English preaching friar, of the Dominican order; converted to Judaism about 1275.
Robert Holcot Robert Holcot (c.1290-1349) was an English Dominican scholastic philosopher, theologian and influential Biblical scholar.
Robert Kilwardby Robert Kilwardby OP (c. 1215 – 11 September 1279) was an Archbishop of Canterbury in England and as well as a cardinal.
Robert Nutter Robert Nutter (c. 155026 July 1600) was an English Catholic priest and martyr.
Robert of Uzès Robert of Uzès or Robert d'Uzès was a medieval Dominican monk and author.
Roche MacGeoghegan Roche MacGeoghegan (1580 – 26 May 1644), also known as Roque de la Cruz, was a seventeenth-century century Irish Dominican prelate and Tridentine reformist.
Rodrigo de Cerrato Rodrigo de Cerrato or Rodrigo Cerratense, Rodrigo Manuel Cerratense or de Cerrato or El Cerratense (*Calzada de Calatrava, Ciudad Real, before 1259 - † after 1276) was a Castilian historian and hagiographer of the second half of the 13th century.
Roland de Vaux Father Roland Guérin de Vaux OP (17 December 1903 – 10 September 1971) was a French Dominican priest who led the Catholic team that initially worked on the Dead Sea Scrolls.
Roland of Cremona Roland of Cremona (1178–1259) was a Dominican theologian and an early scholastic philosopher.
Rolando de la Rosa V. de la Rosa, O.P., was the former Rector Magnificus of the University of Santo Tomas, the oldest and the largest Catholic university in Asia].
Saint Dominic Saint Dominic (Santo Domingo), also known as Dominic of Osma and Dominic of Caleruega, often called Dominic de Guzmán and Domingo Félix de Guzmán (1170 – August 6, 1221), was a Spanish priest and founder of the Dominican Order.
Saint Hyacinth Saint Hyacinth, O.P., was educated in Paris and Bologna.
Saint Margaret of Fontana Saint Margaret of Fontana (1440 - 1513) was a Dominican of the Third Order and is a Roman Catholic saint.
Samuel Charles Mazzuchelli Samuel Charles Mazzuchelli, O.P. (November 4, 1806 – February 23, 1864) was a pioneer Italian Catholic missionary who helped bring the church to the Iowa-Illinois-Wisconsin tri-state area.
Santes Pagnino Santes (or Xantes) Pagnino (Latin: Xanthus Pagninus) (1470–1541) was a Dominican, and one of the leading philologists and Biblical scholars of his day.
Sebastien Michaelis Sébastien Michaëlis was a French inquisitor and prior of the Dominican order who lived during the late 16th and early 17th centuries.
Serafino Cavalli Serafino Cavalli (died 1578) was the Master of the Order of Preachers from 1571 to 1578.
Serafino Porrecta Serafino Porrecta (b. 1536; d. at Bologna, 2 January 1614) was an Italian Dominican theologian.
Serafino Razzi Fra Serafino Razzi (Marradi 1531 - Florence 1613), was an Italian Dominican monk who in 1563 published a large collection of carnival songs in the lauda (song) genre.
Serafino Secchi Serafino Secchi (d. 1628) was the Master of the Order of Preachers from 1612 to 1628.
Servais-Théodore Pinckaers Servais-Théodore Pinckaers O.P. (Liège, 1925 – Fribourg, 2008) was a noted moral theologian, Roman Catholic priest, and member of the Dominican Order (Order of Preachers).
Simon de Bovill Simon de Bovill was an English medieval monk and university chancellor.
Simon de Langres Simon de Langres was a French Dominican friar from Burgundy and Master General of the Dominican Order from 1352 to 1366.
Sisto Fabri Sisto Fabri (1540–1594) was a theologian and canon lawyer of the Dominican Order who was appointed Master of the Sacred Palace by Pope Gregory XIII serving from 1580 to 1583, and Master of the O...
Sixtus of Siena Sixtus of Siena (or Sixtus Senensis) (1520–1569), a converted Jew, followed a Franciscan course of study and became a Roman Catholic theologian.
Stefano Usodimare Stefano Usodimare (died 1557) was the Master of the Order of Preachers from 1553 to 1557.
Stephen of Bourbon Stephen of Bourbon was a writer and preacher, especially noted as a historian of medieval heresies, b. in Belleville (Archdiocese of Lyons) towards the end of the twelfth century; d. around 1261.
Sylvester Mazzolini Sylvester Mazzolini, in Italian Silvestro Mazzolini da Prierio, in Latin Sylvester Prierias.
Szymon Okolski Szymon Okolski (1580–1653), also known as Simon Okolski, was a well-known Polish-Lithuanian historian, theologian, and specialist in heraldry.
Sébastien Truchet Jean Truchet (1657 – February 5, 1729), also known as Père Sébastien, was an eclectic Dominican Father born in Lyon and lived in Louis XIV times.
Tancred Tancredi Tancred Tancredi (1185 – 9 September 1241), also called Tancred of Siena, was an Italian ecclesiastic, a missionary, one of the first generation of Dominican friars, and a personal friend ...
Teresa Chikaba Venerable Teresa Chikaba (1676–1748) was an Guinean princess declared as Venerable by the Catholic Church.
Theodore J. van den Broek Theodore J. van den Broek (5 November 1783 – 5 November 1851) was a Dutch Dominican missionary to the United States.
Theodoric Borgognoni Theodoric Borgognoni (Lucca, 1205–1298), also known as Teodorico de'Borgognoni, and Theodoric of Lucca, was an Italian who became one of the most significant surgeons of the medieval period.
Theodoric of Freiberg Theodoric of Freiberg (c. 1250 – c. 1310, also known as Thierry de Fribourg, Thierry of Freburg, Dietrich of Freiberg, Theodoricus Teutonicus de Vrîberg, or simply Mei...
Theresa Kugel Sister Theresa Kugel, OP (1912, Orekhovo-Zuyevo, Moscow Oblast, Russian Empire - 1977, Vilnius, Lithuania), was a Greek Roman Catholic nun.
Timothy Radcliffe Timothy Radcliffe, OP (born 1945, London) is a Roman Catholic priest and Dominican friar of the English Province, and former Master of the Order of Preachers from 1992-2001.
Tomas de Lemos Tomás de Lemos was a Spanish Dominican theologian and controversialist.
Tomaso Malvenda Tomaso Malvenda (1566 – 7 May 1628) was a Spanish Dominican exegete and historical critic.
Tommaso Badia Tommaso Badia (1483 – September 6, 1547) was an Italian Dominican cardinal.
Tommaso Caccini Tommaso Caccini was an Italian Dominican friar and preacher.
Tommaso Campanella Tommaso Campanella OP (5 September 1568 – 21 May 1639), baptized Giovanni Domenico Campanella, was an Italian philosopher, theologian, astrologer, and poet.
Tommaso Fazello Tommaso Fazello (1498 – 8 April 1570) was an Italian Dominican friar, historian and antiquarian.
Tommaso Turco Tommaso Turco (died 1649) was the Master of the Order of Preachers from 1644 to 1649.
Tomás Balduino Tomás Balduino, O.P. (born December 31, 1922) is a Brazilian bishop of the Roman Catholic Church.
Tomás de Mercado Tomás de Mercado (1525–1575) was a Spanish Dominican friar and both an economist and a theologian, best known for his book Summa de Tratos y Contratos ("Manual of Deals and Contracts") of 1571.
Tomás de Santa María Fr. Tomás de Santa María O.P. was a Spanish music theorist, organist and composer of the Renaissance.
Tomás de Torquemada Tomás de Torquemada (Thomas of Torquemada), O.P. (1420 – September 16, 1498) was a 15th-century Spanish Dominican friar and the first Grand Inquisitor in Spain's movement to restore Christ...
Tomás Ripoll Tomás Ripoll (died 1747) was the Master of the Order of Preachers from 1725 to 1747.
Tomáš Týn Tomáš Týn O.P., (May 3, 1950 - January 1, 1990) was a Czech Roman Catholic priest, professor of moral theology at Bologna and member of the Czech Dominican Province.
Ulrich of Strasburg Ulrich of Strasburg was a German Dominican theologian and scholastic philosopher.
Vicente Ferre Vicente Ferre (b. at Valencia, Spain; d. at Salamanca in 1682) was a Spanish Dominican theologian, a leading Thomist of his time.
Vicente Liem de la Paz Vicente Liem de la Paz (Vietnamese: Vinh Sơn Phạm Hiếu Liêm) (1732 – November 7, 1773) was a Tonkinese (present day northern Vietnam) Dominican friar venerated as a saint and martyr by the R...
Vincent Baron Vincent Baron was a French Dominican theologian and preacher.
Vincent Contenson Vincent Contenson (born at Altivillare as Auvillar (Gers), Diocese of Condon, 1641; died Creil-sur-Oise, 26 December 1674) was a French Dominican theologian and preacher.
William de Alton William de Alton (born 1207 or 1307) was a Dominican friar from Alton, Hampshire, who lived during the reign of Edward II. He is known for writing The Universality of the Pollution of Mankind ...
William Everson William Everson (September 10, 1912 – June 3, 1994), also known as Brother Antoninus, was an American poet of the San Francisco Renaissance and was also a literary critic and small press p...
William Houghton (archbishop) William Houghton (date and place of birth unknown; died at Dijon, 1298) was an English Dominican who became a diplomat and Archbishop of Dublin.
William of Macclesfield William of Macclesfield was an English Dominican theologian, with the nickname Doctor Inclytus.
William of Moerbeke Willem van Moerbeke, O.P. (1215-35 – c.1286), known in the English speaking world as William of Moerbeke was a prolific medieval translator of philosophical, medical, and scientific...
William of Paris (inquisitor) William of Paris, the confessor of Philip IV of France, was made inquisitor of France in 1305, and began a campaign against the Templars in 1307.
William Perault William Perault, (c. 1190 – 1271) also spelled Perauld; Latinized Peraldus or Peraltus, was a Dominican writer and preacher.
Wincenty of Kielcza Wincenty of Kielcza (c. 1200 – after 1262) was a Polish canon in Cracow, a poet writing in Latin, composer, member of the Dominican Order.
Wojciech Giertych Wojciech Giertych, O.P. is an English Roman Catholic priest in the Dominican Order.
Xantes Mariales Xantes Mariales (born about 1580; died at Venice in April 1660) was an Italian Dominican theologian.
Yolanda of Vianden Mother Yolanda (or Yolande, Iolanda) of Vianden, O.P., (1231–1283) was the youngest daughter of Count Henry I of Vianden and Margaret, Marchioness of Namur.
Yves Congar Yves-Marie-Joseph Congar (Yves Marie-Joseph Congar, Yves M.J. Congar, Yves Marie Joseph Congar), O.P. (13 April 1904 – 22 June 1995), was a French Dominican friar, Catholic priest and theologian.
Zanobi Acciaioli Zanobi Acciaioli (25 May 1461 – 27 July 1519) was an Italian Dominican friar, a member of the Acciaioli family of Florence.
Ángel Martínez Casado Angel Martinez Casado (Retuerto, León Province, Spain, 1947) is a Dominican friar and PhD (doctor) in History and Theology.
École Biblique The École Biblique, strictly the École biblique et archéologique française de Jérusalem, is a French academic establishment in Jerusalem, founded by Dominicans, and specialising in archaeolo...
Édouard Hugon Édouard Hugon, Roman Catholic Priest, French Dominican, Thomistic philosopher and theologian trusted and held in high esteem by the Holy See, from 1909 to 1929 was a professor at the Pontificium Collegium Internationale Angelicum, the future Pontifical University of Saint Thomas Aquinas...
Étienne de Besançon Étienne de Besançon (died 22 November 1294 in Lucca) was a French Dominican, who became master of his Order.