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* Bernard, Saint, Abbot of Clairvaux, preacher and reformer
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Bernard and Saint
In 1113, Saint Stephen Harding had just succeeded him as third Abbot of Cîteaux when Bernard and thirty other young noblemen of Burgundy sought admission into the Cistercian order.
Spanish ships visited the islands in the 16th century ; the first written record of contact from Europeans with the native inhabitants of the Cook Islands came with the sighting of Pukapuka by Spanish sailor Álvaro de Mendaña in 1595 who called it San Bernardo ( Saint Bernard ).
Hildegard communicated with popes such as Eugene III and Anastasius IV, statesmen such as Abbot Suger, German emperors such as Frederick I Barbarossa, and other notable figures such as Saint Bernard of Clairvaux, who advanced her work, at the behest of her abbot, Kuno, at the Synod of Trier in 1147 and 1148.
Famous writers and composers who have created works about her include: William Shakespeare ( Henry VI, Part 1 ), Voltaire ( The Maid of Orleans ), Friedrich Schiller ( The Maid of Orleans ), Giuseppe Verdi ( Giovanna d ' Arco ), Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky ( The Maid of Orleans ), Mark Twain ( Personal Recollections of Joan of Arc ), Arthur Honegger ( Jeanne d ' Arc au bûcher ), Jean Anouilh ( L ' Alouette ), Bertolt Brecht ( Saint Joan of the Stockyards ), George Bernard Shaw ( Saint Joan ), Maxwell Anderson ( Joan of Lorraine ), and Leonard Cohen ( Joan of Arc ).
They had a powerful advocate in Saint Bernard of Clairvaux, a leading Church figure and a nephew of André de Montbard, one of the founding knights.
* Saint Bernard of Clairvaux, On Consideration, ( addressed to Pope Eugene III ), George Lewis, trans., Oxford, Clarendon Press, 1908.
His feast day was added to the General Roman Calendar only in 1631, and only as a commemoration on 20 August, the feast of Saint Bernard of Clairvaux.
Saint Bernard of Clairvaux, a monk of Cîteaux Abbey, left it to found Clairvaux Abbey in 1115, of which he was the first abbot.
The influence of the Cistercian order grew very rapidly, owing much to Saint Bernard, and at the beginning of the 13th century the order had more than 500 houses.
A hospice was built at Mount Saint Bernard ( Elevation 1540 ) around 1863 along a track developed to link the Victorian gold fields.
But there ’ s nothing dated about this perfect storm of talent, from Hitchcock and Grant to writer Ernest Lehman ( Sweet Smell of Success ), co-stars James Mason and Eva Marie Saint, composer Bernard Herrmann and even designer Saul Bass, whose opening-credits sequence still manages to send a shiver down the spine.
In Paradiso ( cantica 33 of the poem ), Saint Bernard, in a prayer for the Virgin Mary, says " Vergine madre, figlia del tuo figlio " ( Virgin mother, daughter of your son ).
Bernard and Abbot
The Abbey, which was the richest in Scotland, is most famous for its association with the 1320 Declaration of Arbroath, believed to have been drafted by Abbot Bernard, who was the Chancellor of Scotland under King Robert I.
Generally believed to have been written in the Arbroath Abbey by Bernard of Kilwinning, then Chancellor of Scotland and Abbot of Arbroath, and sealed by fifty-one magnates and nobles, the letter is the sole survivor of three created at the time.
Her conduct was repeatedly criticized by Church elders ( particularly Bernard of Clairvaux and Abbot Suger ) as indecorous.
On 6 April 1320 the Scottish Parliament met at Arbroath Abbey and addressed to the Pope the Declaration of Arbroath, drafted by the Abbot of the time, Bernard.
The show gave a stage to nightclub and working men's club comedians of the era, including Russ Abbot, Lennie Bennett, Stan Boardman, Jim Bowen, Jimmy Bright, Duggie Brown, Mike Burton, Dave Butler, Brian Carroll, Frank Carson, Jimmy Cricket, Colin Crompton, Charlie Daze, Vince Earl, Steve Faye, Eddie Flanagan, Stu Francis, Ken Goodwin, Jackie Hamilton, Jerry Harris, George King, Bobby Knutt, Bernard Manning, Paul Melba, Mick Miller, Tom O ' Connor, Tom Pepper, Bryn Phillips, Mike Reid, Mike McCabe, George Roper, Harry Scott, Sammy Thomas, Johnny Wager, Roy Walker, Charlie Williams, Lee Wilson and Lenny Windsor.
A little known fact tells of the link between Bernard, former Abbot of Kilwinning, and the Declaration of Arbroath.
Founded in October 1898 by Abbot Bernard Pennings, a Norbertine priest and educator, the school was named after Saint Norbert of Xanten.
St. Norbert College was established when Abbot Bernard Pennings, a Dutch immigrant priest from the Premonstratensian abbey of Bern ( Netherlands ), founded the college to train young men for the priesthood.
He took the name of " Bernard " ( in its Italian form Bernardo ) out of admiration for the saintly Abbot of Clairvaux.
Aurelian said in his treatise that he was a former monk of Réôme, but had been dismissed from the community for an unspecified offense ; he wrote the treatise as a form of penance, both at the request of his colleagues who needed his specialized knowledge, and as an attempt to supplicate Abbot Bernard of St Jean de Réôme ; whether or not he was admitted back into the monastery as a result of his writing is not known.
Defending – like his predecessor Abbot John Chapman and his fellow-monks Dom Bernard Orchard and Dom Gregory Murray – the traditionally maintained priority of the Gospel according to Matthew, Butler published a critique of the Two-document hypothesis and a study of the indebtedness of the Gospel according to Luke to the Gospel according to Matthew ( cf.
Bernard and Clairvaux
He is notably the builder of Alcobaça Monastery, to which he called the Cistercian Order of his uncle Bernard of Clairvaux of Burgundy.
He was also different in that he appeals to Pre-Lombardian figures, and his use of Anselm of Canterbury and Bernard of Clairvaux, whose works were not cited as frequently by other 12th century scholastics.
Bernard of Clairvaux ( 1090 – 1153 ), in a 1700 painting by Georg Andreas Wasshuber ( 1650 – 1732 ) on display at Heiligenkreuz Abbey.
Bernard of Clairvaux, O. Cist ( 1090 – August 20, 1153 ) was a French abbot and the primary builder of the reforming Cistercian order.
According to tradition, Bernard founded the monastery on 25 June 1115, naming it Claire Vallée, which evolved into Clairvaux.
This Bernard named Claire Vallée, or Clairvaux, on 25 June 1115, and the names of Bernard and Clairvaux would soon become inseparable.
The term " monastic Christology " has been used to describe spiritual approaches developed by Anselm of Canterbury, Peter Abelard and Bernard of Clairvaux.
The few isolated successes of Bernard of Clairvaux could not obscure the poor results of this mission, which clearly showed the power of the sect in the Languedoc at that period.
Whilst there, the Queen met with Bernard of Clairvaux, demanding that he have the excommunication of Petronilla and Raoul lifted through his influence on the Pope, in exchange for which King Louis would make concessions in Champagne, and recognise Pierre de la Chatre as archbishop of Bourges.
Eleanor of Aquitaine took up the Second Crusade formally during a sermon preached by Bernard of Clairvaux.
* 12th century – Bernard of Clairvaux, commenting on Mark 16: 17 (" they will speak in new tongues "), asked: " For who is there that seems to have these signs of the faith, without which no one, according to this Scripture, shall be saved?