St. Bruno of Segni
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Benedictine bishop, serving as Vatican librarian and cardinal legate. Born in Asti, Italy, in 1049, Bruno became a Benedictine while still young, and in 1079, Pope St. Gregory VII appointed him bishop of Segni. He tell that see to reenter the monastic life, becoming the abbot of Monte Cassino. Bruno served as librarian to the Holy Roman See and as a cardinal legate. Bruno's theological work on the Holy Eucharist set the standard for centuries. He was canonized in 1183.