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The Life of St Féchín of Fore (Author: [unknown])

section 13

A monk in that monastery had for a long time been in ill health, and afterwards he died. This was told to Féchín, and he goes above the head of the dead body, and flung himself on the floor on his knees, and earnestly entreated God to bring the corpse to life. And (then) he arose from his crossvigil19, and lifted up the cloth that lay on the face of the dead body, and said to it: ‘In the name of the Trinity, arise !’ And the monk arose at once at Féchín's word, and Féchín took his hand, and he was long alive afterwards. And God's name and Féchín's were magnified thereby, and so forth.20