Bernard (bishop of Carlisle)

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Bernard
Bishop of Carlisle
Appointed 15 May 1203
Term ended c. 8 July 1214
Predecessor Paulinus of Leeds
Successor Hugh of Beaulieu
Other posts Bishop of Ragusa
Personal details
Died c. 8 July 1214
Denomination Catholic

Bernard (died 1214) was a medieval English Bishop of Carlisle.

Bernard was the custodian of vacant see of Carlisle from about 1200. He was translated from the bishopric of Ragusa to the bishopric of Carlisle on 15 May 1203 by Pope Innocent III.[1] He died about 8 July 1214.[2]

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Catholic Church titles
Preceded by
Paulinus of Leeds
Bishop of Carlisle
1203–1214
Succeeded by
Hugh of Beaulieu