Born in St. Nicholas of the Port (Seville), he professed as a layman in the Order of Minors. He worked apostolically in the Canary Islands. In the jubilee year of 1450 he traveled to Rome to the canonization of San Bernardino de Sena, and in the convent of Ara Caeli he marvelously cared for those attacked by the plague. He died in Alcalá de Henares. At the request of Felipe II, very devoted to Fray Diego, he was canonized by the Franciscan Pope Sixtus V.
V/. St. Diego.
R/. Pray for us.