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Hervé, St.

by Micha F. Lindemans
There is story connected to St. Hervé in which a wolf devoured the ox Hervé used in plowing. The saint preached so eloquent a sermon that the wolf, in atonement for his crime, begged to be allowed to serve in the ox's stead an thereafter faithfully drew the plow.

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