Bernard Ayglerius (also spelled Aiglerius, Aygler, Ayglier, or Aiglier) (born 1216, died 4 April 1282) was a French theologian, papal legate, and cardinal. He is sometimes known as Bernardus Cassinensis. Born in Lyon, Bernard entered the Benedictine monastery of Savigny as a young man and took holy orders. He caught the eye of Pope Innocent IV and was made a papal chaplain sometime before 1244, when he appeared as the auditor of the Sacra Rota Romana. In 1256 he was appointed abbas Lerinensis (abbot of Lérins on the Île Saint-Honorat). Bernard died at Montecassino and was buried there.

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  • Bernhard Ayglerius (* 13. Jahrhundert in Lyon; † 4. April 1282 in Monte Cassino) war ein Abt bei den Benediktinern, und theologischer Schriftsteller. Bernhard, seit 1256 Abt des Klosters Lérins auf der Île Saint-Honorat, wurde von Urban IV. 1263 zum Abt und Reformer von Monte Cassino ernannt. Er schrieb einen Kommentar zur Benediktsregel und ein Speculum monachorum, eine Lehrschrift für das richtige Verhalten von Mönchen. Aus seiner Amtszeit sind Register seiner Urkunden erhalten. (de)
  • Bernard Ayglier, Aiglier, Aigler o Aiglerius (Lyon, c. 1216 - Abadía de Montecasino, 4 de abril de 1282) fue un religioso benedictino y cardenal francés. Fue capellán de Inocencio IV, auditor del Tribunal de la Rota Romana, consejero del rey Carlos I de Nápoles y Sicilia, abad del monasterio de Lérins en la Isla Saint-Honorat y después de la Abadía de Montecasino, desempeñando este último cargo hasta su muerte. Presumiblemente, el papa Clemente IV le creó cardenal en algún momento indeterminado de su pontificado (1265-1268), en cuya dignidad ofició como legado en Francia en la guerra contra los albigenses y en Constantinopla para firmar una alianza contra los sarracenos. Sin embargo algunos historiadores eclesiásticos niegan su condición cardenalicia, apuntando que no se le menciona como tal en los documentos de la época. Dejó escritas varias obras de temática religiosa que fueron muy estimadas en su tiempo: * Speculum monachorum ordinis divi Benedicti; * Commentarium in regulam sancti Benedicti; * Bernardi abbatis Cassinensis Expositio in regulam sancti Benedicti, et Epistola ad Hildegardum; * Collationum, beneficiorum et officiorum Montis Cassini regestum unum; * Inquisitionum, jurium et bonorum in castris et vellis Montis Cassini regestum alterum. (es)
  • Bernard Ayglier (né vers 1216 à Lyon, mort le 4 avril 1282 au Mont-Cassin) est un moine bénédictin français devenu cardinal. (fr)
  • Bernard Ayglerius (also spelled Aiglerius, Aygler, Ayglier, or Aiglier) (born 1216, died 4 April 1282) was a French theologian, papal legate, and cardinal. He is sometimes known as Bernardus Cassinensis. Born in Lyon, Bernard entered the Benedictine monastery of Savigny as a young man and took holy orders. He caught the eye of Pope Innocent IV and was made a papal chaplain sometime before 1244, when he appeared as the auditor of the Sacra Rota Romana. In 1256 he was appointed abbas Lerinensis (abbot of Lérins on the Île Saint-Honorat). Charles of Anjou brought him along as a privy counsellor to southern Italy in 1266 when he conquered the Kingdom of Sicily. Pope Urban IV named him the 59th abbot of Montecassino on March 29, 1263, a post which he occupied until his death. At Montecassino he recalled the monks from exile, commissioned an inquiry into the monastery's ancient rights (1270s), reformed monastic discipline, recovered lost property, founded a hospital at San Germano, convened a synod, and granted a church to the Dominicans at the request of Thomas Aquinas. According to several sources, Bernard was created cardinal in the consistory of 1265 or 1268, being the only cardinal created by Pope Clement IV. Some scholars (e.g. Konrad Eubel), however, doubt his promotion to the cardinalate, because he did not participate in any papal conclave or election celebrated after his alleged promotion, did not subscribe any papal bulls issued in this time, and did not reside in the papal curia. It is not known also to which cardinalatial order he belonged and which title or deaconry he received. He frequently acted as a papal legate: in France against the Cathars and in Constantinople against the Greek Orthodox and in promoting a Crusade. Upon his return from Constantinople he found Angevin troops occupying the castle of Montecassino and convinced Charles of Anjou to remove them. Bernard died at Montecassino and was buried there. (en)
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  • Bernhard Ayglerius (* 13. Jahrhundert in Lyon; † 4. April 1282 in Monte Cassino) war ein Abt bei den Benediktinern, und theologischer Schriftsteller. Bernhard, seit 1256 Abt des Klosters Lérins auf der Île Saint-Honorat, wurde von Urban IV. 1263 zum Abt und Reformer von Monte Cassino ernannt. Er schrieb einen Kommentar zur Benediktsregel und ein Speculum monachorum, eine Lehrschrift für das richtige Verhalten von Mönchen. Aus seiner Amtszeit sind Register seiner Urkunden erhalten. (de)
  • Bernard Ayglier (né vers 1216 à Lyon, mort le 4 avril 1282 au Mont-Cassin) est un moine bénédictin français devenu cardinal. (fr)
  • Bernard Ayglier, Aiglier, Aigler o Aiglerius (Lyon, c. 1216 - Abadía de Montecasino, 4 de abril de 1282) fue un religioso benedictino y cardenal francés. Fue capellán de Inocencio IV, auditor del Tribunal de la Rota Romana, consejero del rey Carlos I de Nápoles y Sicilia, abad del monasterio de Lérins en la Isla Saint-Honorat y después de la Abadía de Montecasino, desempeñando este último cargo hasta su muerte. Dejó escritas varias obras de temática religiosa que fueron muy estimadas en su tiempo: (es)
  • Bernard Ayglerius (also spelled Aiglerius, Aygler, Ayglier, or Aiglier) (born 1216, died 4 April 1282) was a French theologian, papal legate, and cardinal. He is sometimes known as Bernardus Cassinensis. Born in Lyon, Bernard entered the Benedictine monastery of Savigny as a young man and took holy orders. He caught the eye of Pope Innocent IV and was made a papal chaplain sometime before 1244, when he appeared as the auditor of the Sacra Rota Romana. In 1256 he was appointed abbas Lerinensis (abbot of Lérins on the Île Saint-Honorat). Bernard died at Montecassino and was buried there. (en)
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