Adriaan H. Bredero, Etudes sur la “Vita Prima” de Saint Bernard (Rome, 1960), esp. pp. 109–116. Christopher Holdsworth has kindly pointed out to me that Ernald may have been selected for this task because as head of a monastery in the diocese of Chartres, he was “well informed about the doings of Geoffrey bishop of Chartres and Theobald of Blois, who both play a considerable part in ...
Children who could be seen and not heard have been replaced by those who can be heard even when they're out of sight.