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HISTORY of Christian Theology

Bernard of Clairvaux (A.D. 1090–1153) reformed Medieval monasticism, forming the Cistercian Order. He was critical in establishing Innocent II as pope, overcoming a schism that had formed in the church. Bernard later advocated for the Second Crusade and bore the brunt of the responsibility when it failed.

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PEOPLE (see A.D. 1090–A.D. 1153)

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