The Crucible

Why is Reverend Parris praying and weeping as the play begins?

Parris parying and weeping in the begining of the play

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Reverend Parris kneels before his daughter's bed praying and weeping because he has learned that some of the women of his congregation were seen dancing in the forest. This means only one thing: witchcraft.