St Bruno before a crucifix, Roman School, Christchurch Picture Gallery Oxford
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Image by Martin Beek
Saint Bruno of Cologne (Cologne, c. 1030 – October 6, 1101), the founder of the Carthusian Order, personally founded the order’s first two communities. He was a celebrated teacher at Reims, France and a close advisor of his former pupil, Pope Urban II.
His funeral elegies celebrate his eloquence, his poetic, philosophical, and theological talents; and his merit as a teacher is reflected in the merits of his pupils, amongst whom were Eudes of Châtillon, afterwards Pope Urban II, Rangier, Cardinal Bishop of Reggio, Robert, Bishop of Langres, and a large number of prelates and abbots.