Turns out the bartender was from St. Bernard Parish, where the Manganos had their nursing home.
Like St. Bernard, who had loved him as a youth, he was a tireless reader of the Bible.
It is not easy to explain why St. Bernard calls it a "region."
St. Bernard would deliver the bird from the snare of the fowler, and the wild hare from the hounds.
We are in the hotel where our old St. Bernard party assembled.
St. Bernard had already loudly condemned the bon vivants of the age.
St. Bernard, of Clairvaux, died, and was cannonized on this day.
They are in 10¾° latitude, and were named after St. Bernard, having been discovered on his day.
Hold on, there's a tug ashore,—a wreck on the St. Bernard Shoals.
St. Bernard described him as a man having the head of a dove and the tail of a scorpion.