Venerable Pierre de Montboissier

Died aged c. 64

Peter the Venerable (c. 1092 – 25 December 1156), also known as Peter of Montboissier, was the abbot of the Benedictine abbey of Cluny. He has been honored as a saint but has never been formally canonized. The Catholic Church's Martyrologium Romanum, issued by the Holy See in 2004, regards him as a Blessed.

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Commemorated on 1 plaque

A la terre de ces lieux est melee la cendre de ceux qui firent la grandeur de lordre de Cluny. Au pied de ce mur reposent les restes de Pierre de Montboissier dit Pierre le Venerable neuvie me Abbé de Cluny 1122 - 1157. Sa grandeur d'ame et sa charite honoreees par Saint Bernard restent apres huit siecles l'une des gloires les plus de l'or dre benedictin Academie de Macon 1957

English translation: To the land of these places is mingled the ashes of those who made the greatness of the order of Cluny. At the foot of this wall lie the remains of Pierre de Montboissier, known as Peter the Venerable ninth the Abbot of Cluny 1122 - 1157. His greatness of soul and his charity honoured by Saint Bernard remain after eight centuries one of the glories most of the gold of Benedictine Academy of Macon 1957

Small transept - Cluny Abbey, Cluny, France where they was (1122-1157)