Diego Aduarte

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Diego Aduarte OP (1570–1636; born in Zaragoza) was a Spanish Dominican friar and historian. He was a missionary to the Philippine Islands and in 1632 was made Prior of Manila, where he died in 1637.

Aduarte works include an account of the difficulties and problems faced by Spanish missionaries introducing Christianity into Cambodia.

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Religious titles
Preceded by
Hernando Guerrero
Bishop of Nueva Segovia
Succeeded by
Fernando Montero Espinosa