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REINA MALDONADO, Pedro, Cuban R. C. bishop, born in Lima, Peru, in the latter half of the 16th century; died in Santiago de Cuba in 1661. Hie was canon of the church of Truxillo, afterward vicar-general, and next was transferred to Mexico, where he held high ecclesiastical appointments. He went to Spain in 1659 and was consecrated bishop of Santiago de Cuba. His works include "Declaracion de las Reglas, que pertenecen a la Sintaxis para el uso de los Nombres y construccion de los verbos, con exposicion del Libro quinto para la cantidad de las silabas" (Madrid, 1622) ; "Sulna de los Sacramentos para uso de los ordenados y ordenandos, con las ceremonias de la Misa" (1623); "Resunta del Vasallo leal" (1647); " Apologia en favor de la Iglesia de Truxillo pidiendo la fuese a gobernar su electo Obispo D. Pedro de Ortega Sotomayor"; "Discurso defensorio de la facultad que tiene el Prelado de dejar Gobernador en su Iglesia, cuando pasa al gobierno de otra" (1648); and "Norte claro de un Perfecto Prelado " (1653).
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