In Fiat Homo, one of the monks of the Albertian Order of Leibowitz (Brother Fingo) finishes a hand-carved woodcarving of Leibowitz (who had not yet been deemed a saint). The woodcarving was passed ...
In the section Fiat Voluntas Tua, the Poet receives some mention through the hindsight of history (emphasis mine): the fable had probably arisen out of the story that one of the early Hannegans ...
In Miller's A Canticle for Leibowitz, at the end of the Fiat Lux section, Benjamin, the seemingly immortal Jewish hermit, interrupts Thon Thaddeo's farewell dinner. As I recall, he (Benjamin) gets ...