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Mary Berry

of Clairvaux ( b Fontaines-lès-Dijon , 1090 ; d Clairvaux , 1153 ). French theologian , reformer and mystic . He was educated at Châtillon by the canons of St Vorles. In 1112 or 1113 he entered Cîteaux, and in 1115 , in obedience to his abbot, St Stephen Harding, he left it to found Clairvaux, which was to become one of the most famous houses of the Cistercian order. Bernard was its first abbot, ruling over it until his death. Many of his written works were designed for delivery in the chapter house before his own monks. His influence, however