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Then he stopped, drew breath, crossed himself, bowed to theground, and every one did the same,the inspector, the warders,the prisoners; and from above the clinking of the chains soundedmore unintermittently. Then he continued: "Of angels the Creatorand Lord of powers, Jesu most wonderful, the angels' amazement,Jesu most powerful, of our forefathers the Redeemer. Jesusweetest, of patriarchs the praise. Jesu most glorious, of kingsthe strength. Jesu most good, of prophets the fulfilment. Jesumost amazing, of martyrs the strength. Jesu most humble, of monksthe joy. Jesu most merciful, of priests the sweetness. Jesu mostcharitable, of the fasting the continence. Jesu most sweet, ofthe just the joy. Jesu most pure, of the celibates the chastity.Jesu before all ages of sinners the salvation. Jesu, son of God,have mercy on me."

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Every time he repeated the word "Jesu" his voice became more andmore wheezy. At last he came to a stop, and holding up hissilk-lined cassock, and kneeling down on one knee, he stoopeddown to the ground and the choir began to sing, repeating thewords, "Jesu, Son of God, have mercy on me," and the convictsfell down and rose again, shaking back the hair that was left ontheir heads, and rattling with the chains that were bruisingtheir thin ankles. wig types bisa

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This continued for a long time. First came the glorification,which ended with the words, "Have mercy on me." Then moreglorifications, ending with "Alleluia!" And the convicts made thesign of the cross, and bowed, first at each sentence, then afterevery two and then after three, and all were very glad when theglorification ended, and the priest shut the book with a sigh ofrelief and retired behind the partition. One last act remained.The priest took a large, gilt cross, with enamel medallions atthe ends, from a table, and came out into the centre of thechurch with it. First the inspector came up and kissed the cross,then the jailers, then the convicts, pushing and abusing eachother in whispers. The priest, talking to the inspector, pushedthe cross and his hand now against the mouths and now against thenoses of the convicts, who were trying to kiss both the cross andthe hand of the priest. And thus ended the Christian service,intended for the comfort and the teaching of these strayedbrothers. wig types bisa

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And none of those present, from the inspector down to Maslova,seemed conscious of the fact that this Jesus, whose name thepriest repeated such a great number of times, and whom he praisedwith all these curious expressions, had forbidden the very thingsthat were being done there; that He had prohibited not only thismeaningless much-speaking and the blasphemous incantation overthe bread and wine, but had also, in the clearest words,forbidden men to call other men their master, and to pray intemples; and had ordered that every one should pray in solitude,had forbidden to erect temples, saying that He had come todestroy them, and that one should worship, not in a temple, butin spirit and in truth; and, above all, that He had forbidden notonly to judge, to imprison, to torment, to execute men, as wasbeing done here, but had prohibited any kind of violence, sayingthat He had come to give freedom to the captives.

No one present seemed conscious that all that was going on herewas the greatest blasphemy and a supreme mockery of that sameChrist in whose name it was being done. No one seemed to realisethat the gilt cross with the enamel medallions at the ends, whichthe priest held out to the people to be kissed, was nothing butthe emblem of that gallows on which Christ had been executed fordenouncing just what was going on here. That these priests, whoimagined they were eating and drinking the body and blood ofChrist in the form of bread and wine, did in reality eat anddrink His flesh and His blood, but not as wine and bits of bread,but by ensnaring "these little ones" with whom He identifiedHimself, by depriving them of the greatest blessings andsubmitting them to most cruel torments, and by hiding from menthe tidings of great joy which He had brought. That thought didnot enter into the mind of any one present.

The priest did his part with a quiet conscience, because he wasbrought up from childhood to consider that the only true faithwas the faith which had been held by all the holy men of oldentimes and was still held by the Church, and demanded by the Stateauthorities. He did not believe that the bread turned into flesh,that it was useful for the soul to repeat so many words, or thathe had actually swallowed a bit of God. No one could believethis, but he believed that one ought to hold this faith. Whatstrengthened him most in this faith was the fact that, forfulfilling the demands of this faith, he had for the last 15years been able to draw an income, which enabled him to keep hisfamily, send his son to a gymnasium and his daughter to a schoolfor the daughters of the clergy. The deacon believed in the samemanner, and even more firmly than the priest, for he hadforgotten the substance of the dogmas of this faith, and knewonly that the prayers for the dead, the masses, with and withoutthe acathistus, all had a definite price, which real Christiansreadily paid, and, therefore, he called out his "have mercy, havemercy," very willingly, and read and said what was appointed,with the same quiet certainty of its being necessary to do sowith which other men sell faggots, flour, or potatoes. The prisoninspector and the warders, though they had never understood orgone into the meaning of these dogmas and of all that went on inchurch, believed that they must believe, because the higherauthorities and the Tsar himself believed in it. Besides, thoughfaintly (and themselves unable to explain why), they felt thatthis faith defended their cruel occupations. If this faith didnot exist it would have been more difficult, perhaps impossible,for them to use all their powers to torment people, as they werenow doing, with a quiet conscience. The inspector was such akind-hearted man that he could not have lived as he was nowliving unsupported by his faith. Therefore, he stood motionless,bowed and crossed himself zealously, tried to feel touched whenthe song about the cherubims was being sung, and when thechildren received communion he lifted one of them, and held himup to the priest with his own hands.

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