(cont.) And although it is not needful that heavenly spirits should be called by human names, yet the angel, being beautifully
clothed with an human form composed of the air, called himself Victor, for that he had received from Christ, the most victorious King, the power of vanquishing and binding the powers of the air and the princes of darkness; who had also given
to his servants made of the potter's clay the power of treading on serpents and scorpions, and of vanquishing and bruising Satan. And in their mutual colloquy the angel showed unto Patrick an opening in the ground that had been delved up by the swine, and
therein he directed him to look for gold with which he might redeem himself from the hands of his cruel master; and he added that a ship to carry him over to Britain was ready in a harbor two hundred miles distant, and which, by the divine will, could not
have a favorable wind until he should arrive. And the vision of the angel, thus saying, disappeared, and his speech ended; and, as the inhabitants assert, the marks of his feet appear even to this day *imprinted on the rock in the Mountain
Mis, in the borders of Dalnardia; and an oratory is erected there in honor of St. Patrick, wherein the devotion of the faithful is wont to watch and pray."
(Source: Extract from, "The Most Ancient Lives of Saint Patrick: Including the Life by Jocelin, Hitherto
in America, and His Extant Writings", Chapter XV, Edited by Fr. James O'Leary, D.D., 1880)
story of the miracle of the lasting imprint of the angel Victor's feet, was known to the author of "Fiacc's Hymn" more than a thousand years ago. He tells how the angel came to Patrick in his captivity: "Victor said to the slave that he should flee from Míliucc
across the waves: he set his foot upon the flag (rock), its trace remains, it does not fade."
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