Go with thy brother now, and thee baptise,
And make thee clene, so that thou mowe biholde
The aungels face of which thy brother tolde.

– Geoffrey Chaucer

The Canterbury Tales, The Second Nun’s Tale. After Tiburtius’s profession of faith in the Christian God, Cecilia tells him to go with his brother Valerian and get baptized and cleanse himself of sin. Then he will be able to behold the angel’s face which his brother told him about.