Bernard of Parenzo
Bernard Of Parenzo (Bernardus Parentinus), a Dominican, originally of Bearn, who flourished about 1342. All that is known of him is, that he studied at Paris in 1336, taught theology at Albi in 1340, and was nominated professor of theology at Toulouse in 1342. He wrote Lilium Missce for the use of the clergy (Paris, 1517, 1531, 8vo), and a series of Sermons. See Cave, Hist. Lit. ii, App. p. 42; Dupin, Hist. of Eccles. Writers, ii, 536.