By S. M. C.
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There is Confession to be considered, Father Abbot. I am not like the rest of you. I cannot remember when I last went, nor what I said. " "Come here, Brother," said the Abbot with a smile, crossing to the window-seat. He made Petroc sit down beside him, helped him to examine his conscience and then gave him Absolution. Next morning he himself brought Petroc Holy Communion. They thought he would have died of joy, and it was far on in the evening before the Subprior breathed freely again. Brother Petroc's hold on the thread of life was still a very slight one.
The tribune of the sick was at the junction of the old and new building, and its floor was the roof of the public church, so that anyone kneeling there could see the Altar and Choir, while the public church was out of sight. The Subprior made Petroc comfortable in a corner at the front with a prie-dieu and an easy chair; then he slipped to the back, where he could watch his patient without disturbing him. Petroc knelt down and looked around, at first, in some bewilderment; later, as he caught sight of different familiar objects, memory began to waken.
I should like to move him asleep, if I can manage it," said the Subprior. "He had better be taken to my room; it is on the ground floor," answered the Abbot. "It is impossible to get absolute silence on the ground floor," was the response; "we cannot stop all the work of the house indefinitely. And your room, from that point of view, would be the very worst place in the world. People will always be forgetting and knocking at the door. This poor boy's mind is in such a state that, unless he gradually recovers, in perfect quiet, we might as well send for a taxi and take him to the Asylum straight away.