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From the history of the trezvennichesky movement in the Tomsk diocese (the end the XIX beginning of the 20th centuries) (continuation, the beginning in No. 3, release 1, 2010)



ISTORIYA MEDITSINA

UDC 94:613.817 (571.16)

FROM the HISTORY TREZVENNICHESKY of the MOVEMENT IN the TOMSK DIOCESE (the END of XIX - the BEGINNING of the 20th Centuries)

(continuation, the beginning in No. 3, release 1, 2010)

E.V. Karavayeva

Kuibyshev branch of Novosibirsk State Technical University

E-mail: kfnstu@ngs.ru

FROM THE HISTORY OF ANTIALCOHOLIC MOVEMENT IN THE TOMSK DIOCESE (THE END OF THE XIX - THE BEGINNING OF THE XX CENTURIES)

E.V. Karavaeva

Kuibyshev Branch of Novosibirsk State Technical University

The activity of clergy of the Tomsk diocese directed to fight against alcoholism at the end of XIX is characterized

>- beginning of the 20th centuries. Synod and diocesan decrees and orders contained detailed instructions for implementation of this activity. Since 1890 the parish clergy undertook an initiative of the organization of sobriety societies. The most active period of participation sacred and clergymen in the trezvennichesky movement began since 1909. By 1914 it captured all arrivals of the diocese. The sermon, carrying out extra liturgical readings with display of picture lamps, acceptance of vows of sobriety, distribution of antialcoholic literature were the main forms of work in this direction. In rural arrivals the clergy actively involved the local intellectuals in fight against alcoholism. The significant contribution to the leadership in activities of parish clergy for fight against alcoholism was made by bishops of the Tomsk diocese of Makary (Nevsky), Mefodiy (Gerasimov), Anatoly (Kamensk), the chairman of diocesan brotherhood of sobriety archpriest P. Komarov, etc. They were not only skillful organizers and masterminds of a sober way of life, but also showed a personal example of dedicated activity in this direction.

The activities of Clergy of Tomsk’s diocese directed at struggle with drunkenness at the end of XIX - the beginning of XX centuries was characterized. Decrees and orders of the Synod and diocese contained detailed instructions for doing these actions. The Parish Clergy were obliged to organize society of sobriety since 1890. The most active period where minor orders took part in antialcoholic movement began since 1909. In 1914 it captured all parishes of diocese. The basic forms of work were sermons, organizing antialcoholic readings with showing slide pictures, acceptance vow of sobriety, distributing antialcoholic literature. Clergy actively involved local intelligence for struggle with drunkenness in parishes in villages. Bishops of the Tomsk’s diocese, such as Makary (Nevsky), Mefody (Gerasimov), Anatoly (Kamensky) and minor order, who was the leader of Brotherhood of sobriety, P. Komarov and others contributed to the activity of clergy in their struggle with drunkenness. They were not only clever organizers and inspirers of sober way of life, but they also showed the example of self-denying activity in that movement.

As powerful means in education of the people always served the printed word. Leaves and short appeals were the most convenient form of printing editions for distribution among the population, thanking

with which at small expense of money each parish pastor could expand audience of the listeners considerably.

In the second decade of the 20th century in all arrivals of Toms-

(Kamensk)

which dioceses after each festive service to parishioners were distributed leaves of religious and moral contents with manuals about harm of alcoholism. The priest P. Komarov in 1914 wrote: "In the simple people the full confidence and respect for the printed word still keeps"

[64]. So, the Tomsk diocesan brotherhood of sobriety in 1914 began the edition of leaves for the people (fig. 1) with favoring of the bishop Tomsk and Altai Anatoly. The first release consisted of eight separate leaves, everyone on two pages, on the following subjects: "A bloody feast", "By a sobriety holiday", "Spare children", "Go for fight", "Little things in life", "The intellectuals in fight against national alcoholism", "As the habit to wine drinking develops" and "With what to begin fight against an alcoholism illness"

[65]. Leaves not only distributed to parishioners, but also placed for general acquaintance in churches, church witness marks, schools. The parish clergy was called for writing of leaves, the message in them household stories and instructive examples from national life. The committee in this case reserved the right of stylistic editing.

The sobriety societies which had rights to have property for fight against alcoholism could suit cheap nonalcoholic dining rooms and tea. They opened as an alternative to taverns. The priest P. Komarov in 1912 wrote about rural parish sobriety societies of the Tomsk diocese: "There were attempts to get cheap table and tea, but these attempts did not make success in sobriety societies" [66] as there were not enough funds for their contents. Though it is possible to assume that the poor peasants living in vicinities provincial and the district cities where such institutions were open, used them. Cheap the poor people coming to the city could receive healthy food (for 3-6 kopeks) and if desired use free library,

being in the separate room at table or tea. For example, in 1904 visitors table and tea sobriety society at guardianship of St. Nicholas Church of Tomsk was 75 thousand people, hot portions gave out 99,595, tea and sugar - 827, white loaf - 902 poods, black - 715 poods, kvass and milk - for 226 rub 62 kopeks. In the report on work as the dining room it was reported that among visitors there were "many alcoholics, and their rather good behavior in table and tea demonstrates kind influence on them of our charitable establishment" [67]. Money was formed from membership fees, small private donations and, the most important, from subsidies of provincial guardianship about national sobriety. It should be noted that the Tomsk provincial guardianship about national sobriety, unlike church, only allocated money for holding antialcoholic actions, but was not engaged in their organization.

In 1912 in Moscow the congress of practical figures on fight against alcoholism which had undoubtedly, value for enhanced action in the province was convened. The most eminent Vladimir, the Metropolitan of Moscow directed a congress. From 473 participants of a congress 12 (2.5%) were representatives of Siberia and the Far East. Delegates of the Tomsk diocese were: P.N. Komarov is a prior of Sretenskaya Church of Tomsk, the chairman of parish sobriety society at it; S.L. Sosunov is an archpriest, the prior of St. Nicholas Church, the chairman of parish sobriety society at it, decent churches of Tomsk; MD. Pobedinsky is an inspector of the Tomsk theological seminary; V.E. Mironositsky is a councilor of state, the Tomsk diocesan observer of church schools; I.A. Voznesensky is the senior priest of Church of the Ascension of the village Kosikhinsky of the Barnaul County; V.I. Grigoriev is a priest from page of Spassky Ust-Tartasskoy the volost of the Kainsky County [68]. Activity of parish sobriety societies in the Russian dioceses was actively discussed at a congress. In the Tomsk diocese it oslozhnya-

las lack of the diocesan coordination center. According to the Tomsk delegate priest P. Komarov, the solution of this question was extremely important as "a lack of a strong sorganizovannost and absence of the uniting center" [69] were by 1912 the main obstacle for development of the trezvenny movement in the diocese.

On October 4, 1912 the resolution of the archbishop Makari (Nevsky) on creation of the commission on the device of Diocesan brotherhood of sobriety under the chairmanship of the archpriest S. Sosunov [70], figure 2 followed.

Coordination of work on the organization of sobriety societies, their providing with necessary literature, the device of a warehouse of "foggy pictures" for general use were tasks of this commission. On November 26, 1913 at a meeting of city clergy the bishop Mefodiy opened Innokentiyevsky diocesan brotherhood of sobriety. Since 1914 the prior of Sretenskaya Church P. Komarov was its chairman. The brotherhood was established for association and coordination of activity of parish sobriety societies, city and rural. According to a goal, activity of brotherhood consisted in the general observation of a condition of sobriety in the Tomsk diocese and, in particular, in distribution of antialcoholic literature, in the device of public readings about advantage of sobriety, in establishment of schools of sobriety, clinics and accident wards for treatment of alcoholics, and, above all, in assistance to opening is universal sobriety societies and in the management them of field operations

Special attention among the work which is carried out by diocesan brotherhood the organization of mass actions for prevention of a "sober" way of life in which all arrivals of the diocese at the same time participated deserves. These are the sobriety holidays spent on an initiative of capital sobriety societies - the Aleksandro-Nevsky and the All-Russian Union of Christian nondrinkers - in all dioceses.

In 1913 the First All-Russian holiday of sobriety was celebrated from April 28 to June 3. The program of a holiday distributed on places provided holding religious processions, conversations about harm of alcoholic drinks, sale and distribution of trezvenny badges and editions, collecting donations. Rural parish sobriety societies also participated in celebration of day of sobriety: Nikolsky sobriety society of page of Sokolovsky of the Peter and Paul volost of the Biysk County, sobriety society of the village of Laptev Log of the Laptevsky volost of the Zmeinogorsky County, Ioanno-Predtechensky sobriety society of the village of Bulani-hinskogo of the Biysk volost [72, 73], etc. So, on May 23 in the village of Hlopunovskom of the Zmeinogorsky County the Trekhsvyatitelsky sobriety society (121 persons) organized a religious procession for 5 versts on the nature, a prayer, a meal, singing the general and chorus of pupils, distribution of antialcoholic leaves, representation "Trial of vodka" with use of cases from local life, and the head of sobriety society priest A. Shevelkov told an instructive word. Teachers and pupils of local church school took part in a holiday [74].

on April 8, 1914 all Russia celebrated the Second All -

Fig. 3. Bishop Tomsk and Altai Mefodiy (Gerasimov)

Russian holiday of sobriety. In the Tomsk diocese in connection with climatic conditions the holiday was postponed for May 11. The diocesan Brotherhood of sobriety became the organizer of this event. In all parish temples of the diocese the festive liturgy by Mefodiy Preosvyashchenny, the bishop Tomsk and Altai, in the cathedral, figure 3 was served.

After a liturgy, before prayers, in all churches in a sermon it was told about harm of alcoholism. Services everywhere came to the end with holding religious processions, and in the provincial city the religious procession was made to a chapel of the Iverian Theotokos. Pupils of all Tomsk educational institutions participated in it. Besides, orchestras were involved in celebration. In the evening on all arrivals of the diocese readings were organized. In five audiences of Tomsk the lectures about harm of alcohol were given: privatdozent K.I. Zavadovsky, doctor Ana-stasyev, professor archpriest I.Ya. Galakhov and religious teacher of a gymnasium priest M. Solntsev [75].

On May 12 the brotherhood on all diocese organized kruzhechny collecting donations, sale of counters "Pigeon" with the inscription "Sobriety". Collected 816 rub 49 kopeks went into its disposal. During the celebration 36 thousand brochures and leaves of antialcoholic contents were distributed. In some areas of the diocese carrying out Day of sobriety yielded unexpected results. So, in Novonikolayevsk after a holiday the vowels of local City Duma at the next Duma meeting made the decision on closing in the city of state wine benches, and in parishes of the Berdsk Sretenskaya Church and Krestovozdvizhenskaya Church of the Kainsky County the sentence of parishioners based sobriety societies [76].

The organization of concerts at parish schools with indispensable participation of pupils was one more form of celebration of Day of sobriety, especially in rural arrivals. For example, in the village of New Georgiyevsk of the Zmeinogorsky County of reading were carried out in the hall of local parish school decorated with flowers and the pictures illustrating harm of alcoholism. Prikhozha-

with the assistance of teachers and pupils to viewing the following program was offered us: stories "Pastor's Appeal", "Sobriety society", "Lame excuses", "Pastor's Dream", a sketch from the collection "School Lessons and Conversations about Sobriety". Distributed to all attendees brochures and leaves of antialcoholic contents. The effectiveness of holding universal mass "trezvenny" actions is demonstrated by opening of new sobriety societies and increase in number of the participants who were already available. So, in the village of New Georgiyevsk after carrying out the readings described above about 50 people were signed up in sobriety society [77].

It is necessary to tell that introduction of the state act of July 18, 1914 of prohibition of wine trade was without serious consequences accepted the bulk of the population of the country (for example, apparently from sociological poll of villagers of the Yenisei province) [78] in many respects thanks to and activity of the "trezvenny" organizations. But work on fight against alcoholism with introduction of "Prohibition" did not stop. It was caused by activization of illegal production and distribution of alcoholic products. So, in the Tomsk province after prohibition of trade in wine and vodka products, hop began to be sold on "rather high" to the price, from 18 to 20 rub for pood whereas earlier, before prohibition of sale of wine products, it was sold at 4-6 rub for pood. Hop both in the cities, and in villages was necessary for brewing and intoxicated distiller's beer.

Sobriety societies suggested to develop the work as opposed to work "brewers, wine makers, shinkary and other poisoners of national health" [79]. Activity of parish sobriety societies consisted not only in antialcoholic education during this period, but also in the universal organization of national leisure - readings, lectures, picture lamps, concerts, sober evenings and holidays of sobriety and also the structure of small libraries or reading rooms and distribution of books and brochures of antialcoholic contents [80].

In 1916 the committee of diocesan Innokentiyevsky brotherhood of sobriety published: 1) three leaves of antialcoholic contents - "To the Russian people (concerning a korchemstvo)" - 7000 copies, "Against shinkary and secret wine makers" - 100,000 copies, "Posledovany molebny singing about strengthening of the beginnings of national sobriety in the power Russian" - 1500 copies; 2) The "Anthem of sobriety" made by P. Komarov - 2000 copies; 3) The normal charter of parish sobriety societies - 2000 copies; 4) the report of the priest M. Solntsev "Is time to become sober" - 2000 copies. In total in 1916. The brotherhood promoted the edition of 25 names of antialcoholic leaves in number of 125 thousand copies [81].

Besides publishing the diocesan committee organized a warehouse of visual aids. By 1916 it had at the disposal of 885 picture lamps for the sum of 734 rub of 40 kopeks which diocesan sobriety societies and prichta of those arrivals where they did not exist used for carrying out readings. In 1916 132 rub 27 kopeks were spent for acquisition of picture lamps [82].

In 1916 at the initiative of temporarily operating the province Paleologa the meeting of members of diocesan Brotherhood of sobriety with representatives of temporal power under the chairmanship of the bishop Anatoly took place. For success of fight against a shinkarstvo at a meeting the offer of Paleologa was accepted: church trezvennym to the organizations to take all under the supervision and care "those sellers and shop assistants of alcoholic beverages which did not become professionals of a shinkarstvo yet and promise on correction" [83]. This experience was supposed to be extended to all Tomsk diocese.

How fight against a shinkarstvo was carried out in rural arrivals, it is possible to judge, for example, by article of TEV "The Only Certain Way It Is Successful to Fight against Secret Smoking of Vodka and Alcoholism". In it it was reported about fight methods in the village of Hmelevskom of the Barnaul County where since November, 1916 the house production of alcoholic drinks began to develop and several secret shinok opened. The local parish priest Nikolay Prague at first from a church ambon and in private conversations with parishioners tried to prove all malignancy of lawless actions of parishioners. In view of unsuccessfulness of such vicarial measures Prague handled the words of admonition to a village assembly which a sentence for No. 11 solved: "To prohibit once and for all production, sale and consumption of samosidka alcoholic drink, and supervision of it to charge to the rural head and police". The last undertook to inform at first on violators of a sentence to parish popechitelny council for admonition, and in cases of continuation of offenses to make protocols and to transfer to excise supervision for involvement of guilty persons to responsibility.

N. Prague in the report wrote diocesan brotherhood of sobriety about positive result of the taken actions: "In arrival it is quiet and peaceful, on streets loose and drunk songs did not become heard, and the village as though regenerated" [84]. It is important to note that success of fight against a shinkarstvo in separate arrivals depended on decisions of the village assemblies expressing public opinion which, in turn, was formed under the influence of an active vicarial sermon.

Due to the wartime the celebration of Day of sobriety in 1916 was held more modestly. On June 29 the clergy in all arrivals and temples of the diocese was invited for commission of a prayer for strengthening of the beginnings of sober life, with distribution this day of antialcoholic literature and collecting donations for soldiers. The committee of Innokentiyevsky brotherhood upon the demand of parish clergy, and a part on own initiative, distributed to prichta 10 thousand leaflets with a population appeal on fight against a shinkarstvo and secret distillation [85].

In September, 1916 the Chairman of the Committee P. Komarov made at a diocesan missionary congress the report "Sobering up of the people as a problem of missionary making", calling missionaries-preachers for vigorous activity in this direction. For the management in the organization of trezvenny work in all arrivals of the diocese the Normal charter with an appeal about establishment of sobriety societies was distributed. It is possible to note that

parish sobriety societies continued to open up to revolutionary events of 1917 though members of diocesan brotherhood expressed opinion on "some weakening of activity of the trezvenny organizations in 1916" [86]. Most likely, easing was connected with employment of clergy, parish popechitelstvo and the other organizations by the solution of the vital issues of wartime - collecting donations, the structure of infirmaries, shelters and so forth

The materials studied by us allow to claim that priests of the Tomsk diocese at the end of XIX - the beginning of the 20th centuries were involved by Synod and diocesan decrees and orders in fight against alcoholism. Decrees of the Synod of 1889, 1909, the government decree of 1914 and the All-Russian grass-roots movement which began by then for a sober way of life headed by church hierarches were landmark. Since 1890 the parish clergy undertook an initiative of the organization of the sobriety societies which had "cash of moral force and final authority" [87]. The most active period of participation sacred and clergymen in the trezvennichesky movement began since 1909. By 1914 it captured all arrivals of the diocese. The sermon, carrying out extra liturgical readings with display of picture lamps, acceptance of vows of sobriety, distribution of antialcoholic literature were the main forms of work in this direction. In rural arrivals the clergy actively involved the local intellectuals in fight against alcoholism.

The significant contribution to the leadership in activities of parish clergy for fight against alcoholism was made by bishops of the Tomsk diocese - Makari (Nevsky), Mefodiy (Gerasimov), Anatoly (Kamensk), the chairman of Innoken-tiyevsky diocesan brotherhood of sobriety archpriest P. Komarov, the member of brotherhood priest M. Solntsev, etc. Preaching from an ambon, on extra liturgical readings, missionary congresses, pedagogical courses, they learned a word, were not only skillful organizers and masterminds of a sober way of life, but also showed a personal example of dedicated activity in this direction.

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