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Catacomb Church: Portrait Of The Artist As An Ageing Priest

 
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Catacomb Church: Portrait of the artist as an ageing priest
by Pádraig Standún



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There was a long rivulet in the strand and, as he waded slowly up its course, he wondered at the endless drift of seaweedShe seemed like one whom magic had changed into the likeness of a strange and beautiful seabirdEven the schoolteacher was imaginativeHe named it with humility and shame and repented of it once more Stephanos Dedalos! Bous Stephanoumenos! Bous Stephaneforos!A flame began to flutter again on Stephens cheek as he heard in this proud address an echo of his own proud musingsThe director stood in the embrasure of the window, his back to the light, leaning an elbow on the brown crossblind, and, as he spoke and smiled, slowly dangling and looping the cord of the other blind, Stephen stood before him, following for a moment with his eyes the waning of the long summer daylight above the roofs or the slow deft movements of the priestly fingersThe end he had been born to serve yet did not see had led him to escape by an unseen path and now it beckoned to him once more and a new adventure was about to be opened to him

He had seen himself, a young and silent-mannered priest, entering a confessional swiftly, ascending the altarsteps, incensing, genuflecting, accomplishing the vague acts of the priesthood which pleased him by reason of their semblance of reality and of their distance from itNo, it was not their colours: it was the poise and balance of the period itselfPerhaps they had taken refuge in number and noise from the secret dread in their soulsPerhaps that first hasty confession wrung from him by the fear of hell had not been good? Perhaps, concerned only for his imminent doom, he had not had sincere sorrow for his sin? But the surest sign that his confession had been good and that he had had sincere sorrow for his sin was, he knew, the amendment of his life.-- I have amended my life, have I not? he asked himself--------------------------------------------------------------------------------The director stood in the embrasure of the window, his back to the light, leaning an elbow on the brown crossblind, and, as he spoke and smiled, slowly dangling and looping the cord of the other blind, Stephen stood before him, following for a moment with his eyes the waning of the long summer daylight above the roofs or the slow deft movements of the priestly fingersThe towels with which they smacked their bodies were heavy with cold seawater; and drenched with cold brine was their matted hair But there are many eminent French critics, said the priest, who consider that even Victor Hugo, great as he certainly was, had not so pure a French style as Louis VeuillotHe shrank from the dignity of celebrant because it displeased him to imagine that all the vague pomp should end in his own person or that the ritual should assign to him so clear and final an office

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