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1070921.  A Franciscan friar tugs at his beard.

1070921. A Franciscan friar tugs at his beard.

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5/21: Saint Crispin of Viterbo (1668-1750) - Crispin used to call himself the ass or beast of burden of the Capuchins, and, having on one occasion been asked by a stranger why he went bare-headed, Crispin answered, that "an ass does not wear a hat."

5/21: Saint Crispin of Viterbo (1668-1750) - Crispin used to call himself the ass or beast of burden of the Capuchins, and, having on one occasion been asked by a stranger why he went bare-headed, Crispin answered, that "an ass does not wear a hat."

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