Fray Miguel Miró Miró, OAR was born in Vinebre (Tarragona) on September 2, 1949. He professed his religious vows in the Order of Augustinian Recollects on August 10, 1975 in Monteagudo (Navarra). He was ordained Priest on August 28, 1978 in Lodosa (Navarra) of the Province of San Nicolás de Tolentino.

Before entering the Order, he obtained the title of technical architect (1971) in the School of Technical Architects of Barcelona. He carried out ecclesiastical studies (1978) in the Center for Theological Studies of the Augustinian Recollects in Marcilla (Navarra), he graduated in Spiritual Theology (1997) by the Gregorian University of Rome.

Until 1995 his religious life was always in the field of training in Spain. He was a trainer in Lodosa (1978-1982) Fuenterrabía (1982), Valladolid (1983-1984) and Lodosa (1984-1988), was a novice master (1988-1991) in the novitiate house in Monteagudo (Navarra) and teacher of the professed (1991-1995) in the theologate of Marcilla (Navarra). In 1995 he moved to Rome to study in Spiritual Theology. In 1997 he was elected Prior Provincial of the Province of San Nicolás de Tolentino, a position for which he was re-elected at the Provincial Chapter of the year 2000. He was appointed prior of the Marcilla community in 2003 and at the General Chapter held in Rome in In 2004 he was elected Vicar General, a position he held until the General Chapter of 2010 in which he was elected prior general. (data from