Reginald, Anthony

, a Dominican of the seventeenth century, one of the greatest defenders of Thomism, and the doctrine of grace efficacious in itself, died 1676, at Toulouse. His principal works are, a small theological treatise “sur la celebre distinction du Sens compose* et du Sens divise;” and “De mente Concilii Tridentini circa Gratiam per se efficacem.” This last was edited by Arnauld and Quesnel, in 1706, folio. 2