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Bernard. Abbot. Doctor of the Church.
c.1090 - 1153. Feast day 20th August.
Born to a noble family near Dijon, France.
He joined the monastery at Citeaux, established to embrace austerity and
poverty, together with four brothers and a group of friends. Within three years
he established a new monastery at Clairvaux in the modern day Champagne-Ardenne
region which flourished under his leadership. Many more Cistercian houses were
founded from Clairvaux in his time.
Bernard was a holy and learned man. Despite suffering ill
health, compounded by his own severe regime, he was a man of both mystical
comtemplation and action. He spoke out about injustice and corruption in
state and Church life and also wrote many inspirational books.
He was declared a Doctor of the Church in 1830 and is referred to as
'the last of the Fathers'.
“What we love we shall grow to resemble.” - Bernard of Clairvaux.
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