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|St. Ignatius of Loyola|
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OF THE MYSTERIES DONE FROM THE HOUSE OF CAIPHAS TO THAT OF PILATE, INCLUSIVE
Matthew 26, Luke 23, Mark 15.
First Point. First: The whole multitude of the Jews28 take Him to Pilate and accuse Him before him, saying: "'We have found that this man tried to ruin our people and forbade to pay tribute to Caesar.'"
Second Point. Second: Pilate, after having examined Him once and again, said: "'I find no fault.'"
Third Point. Third: The robber Barabbas was preferred to Him. "They all cried, saying: 'Give us not this man, but Barabbas!'"
28 The whole multitude of the Jews is inserted here in the handwriting of St. Ignatius, a phrase being erased after accuse.
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