|The bishop Berenguer de Palou received on August 10, 1218 Peter Nolasc's religious profession in the major altar of his cathedral of Barcelona. It is a question of the second cathedral of Barcelona, the Romanesque one, begun to constructing 1046 and dedicated on November 18, 1058 by the metropolitan of Narbonne, the archbishop Guifred. It was located in the perimeter of the current one but with opposite orientation. The major altar was in the entry of the current one and its principal door is now, moved, that of access of the cloister to the cathedral. The first stone of the third and current cathedral, the Gothic one, it was put solemnly on May 1, 1298.|
At once, he embarked for the crossed V (1218-1221) against Damieta (Egypt); and later, in 1225, he intervened in the assault frustrated to Peníscola.
In June, 1228 there received a bulla of the pope Gregorio IX urgent him the fulfillment of the disposition of the council of Lateran (1215) of which the Jews differ from the Christians for the exterior garment, which Berenguer de Palou II had not applied in Barcelona.