Our Lady Queen of Peace 4696 Notre Dame Lane, House Springs, Mo 63051 636-671-3062 www.olqpparish.org November 16, 2014 PASTOR Reverend Michael Murphy ASSOCIATES Reverend James Beighlie, C.M. Reverend Donald F. Molitor, Retired DEACONS Reverend Dr. Thomas Gerling Reverend Mr. Paul Turek, Sr. 5:00 pm 7:30, 9:30, 11:30 am as announced 8:00 am EUCHARISTIC ADORATION The Blessed Sacrament is exposed for prayerful Adoration the last Wednesday of each month from 1:00 to 8:00 pm. PERPETUAL HELP DEVOTIONS Tuesday after 8:00am Mass MUSIC DIRECTOR Mr. Bob Ellison GRADE SCHOOL PRINCIPAL Mr. Curt Baker PSR COORDINATOR Mrs. Debra O’Donnell YOUTH MINISTER COORDINATOR Mrs. Terry Ostlund PARISH COUNCIL Bailey Alexander, Thomas Broadbent, Cathy Carley, Joe Corio, Bev Gregory, David Holmes, Mary Luebbert, Dave Mills, Jan Schultheiss, Maria Webb, Tim Webb Parish Office School Cafeteria SCHEDULE OF MASSES Saturday Evening Sunday Holy Days Weekdays 636-671-3062 636-671-0247 636-375-5335 ROSARY Monday through Friday after 8:00 am Mass For vocations 2nd Monday of month after 8:00 am Mass Rosary before 5:00 pm Mass - Fatima Prayers included on 1st Saturday Before 5:00 pm Mass on Saturday evenings SACRAMENT OF BAPTISM First and third Sunday of the month after 11:30 am Mass. Make arrangements by calling Parish Office. SACRAMENT OF PENANCE Saturday 4:00 - 4:45 pm or by appointment SACRAMENT OF MATRIMONY As soon as marriage is contemplated, contact one of the parish priests. Welcome to Our Lady Queen of Peace Parish Registration forms may be found on our website (olqpparish.org/parishregistration.htm), in the Church lobby or you may stop by the Parish Office to fill one out. If you have recently changed your status, married, moved out of your parents’ home or graduated from high school, you need to re-register. Please help us keep our records accurate. Welcome to Our Lady Queen of Peace Parish 2014 November Thu 27 December Mon 1 Sat 20 2015 January Sat 10 April Sun 5 Sun 19 May Wed 6 June Sat 13 September Sun 27 October Sat 3 Thanksgiving OLQP Holiday Blood Drive All Day Confessions Knights of Columbus Mouse Races Easter First Communion Confirmation OLQP Picnic OLQP Quilt Social OLQP Auction Thanksgiving Early Bulletin Deadline So all may enjoy Thanksgiving holidays with their families all articles for the November 30 bulletin is due on November 18th at noon. Thank you so much for helping meet the bulletin deadline. Parish Activities ~ Mon Tues Wed Thur Fri Sat Nov 17 PSR, 6:15 - 7:30 pm Nov 18 Perpetual Help Devotions after 8:00 am Mass Quilters, 9:00 am - 3:00 pm, 4:30 - 7:30 pm, Quilters Room Nov 19 Home and School Child Care, 6:30 pm, Cafeteria Meeting Room Home and School Meeting, 7:00 pm, Cafeteria Nov 20 Choir Practice, 7:00 pm, Church Nov 21 High School Youth, 6:00 pm, Cafeteria Nov 22 Ministry of Consolation, 9:30 am, Cafeteria Meeting Room Jr. High Youth, 6:00 pm, Cafeteria Keep Praying A reminder that Archbishop Carlson has asked us to pray for peace and justice for all parties involved in the Michael Brown case. A verdict will be handed down in the near future and as Catholics we are asked to keep in mind that our attitudes should represent Jesus Christ. Say a prayer every day that God will guide this whole process and lead us to a peaceful outcome. Think Ahead I sometimes get messages on my phone on Saturday or even Sunday morning from parishioners asking me to make sure something gets announced at Mass. I will do what I can, but I am the wrong person to call. I do not always get these phone messages until it is too late. If you want something announced at the weekend masses, please call Linda in the parish office in advance and give her the information or go on-line and use the electronic forms on our web site. Also, the announcements at Mass are not meant to be filled with a lot of details. They are merely an opportunity to let people know what the event is, a time and date, and where they should go to find more information, ie. the bulletin or to talk with someone in the back of church. You just need to think ahead. Veterans Day Last Tuesday morning our school celebrated Veterans Day by inviting family members, friends and parishioners who were veterans to attend Mass in the morning and be our guests at a reception afterwards in the parish hall. There was a good turnout of veterans, young and old and the school children did a wonderful job with their presentation of songs and essays honoring the veterans. A special thanks to our 4th grade teacher, Kathleen Regan, for organizing the event and a HUGE THANKS to all our Veterans for your service to our country. ~ fr. mike Thirty-Third Sunday in Ordinary Time November 16, 2014 Youth Council News High School Youth Group Sundays: Nov. 16th, Dec. 7th and 14th We Welcome New Parishioners Michelle Baldridge Fawn Drive Christopher and Grace (Dorhauer) Johnson White Clover Drive Ann Theiss East Swaller Road Brian Whidon Taylor Drive Recent Baptisms Brody Matthew son of Matthew and Lindsey (Horn) Arb Logan Ignatius son of Christopher and Grace (Dorhauer) Johnson Get your homework done before 6:00 pm on Sunday evenings, invite a friend and join us from 6:00 - 8:00 pm in the Cafeteria Meeting Room. We grow in knowledge and understanding of our faith with the Matthew Kelly’s Decision Point program. Strengthen your relationship with Jesus and become the best version of yourself. We also have time for fun and food. Save the Date High School Retreat “Armor of God” Camp Trinity, New Haven, MO January 2-4, 2014 Cost $50 per person Junior High Youth Group “St. Louis Super Saints” Pie Baking and Game Night Saturday, November 22nd 6:00 - 9:00 pm in the OLQP Cafeteria All 7th and 8th graders are invited to join us for an evening of baking pies at our OLQP. Meet us in the Cafeteria and help us make something delicious for the homeless ministries at St. Vincent de Paul Church in the city. We will play games while the pies are baking. A $5.00 donation will be accepted to defray the cost of the supplies. 2015 Workbooks for Lectors The 2015 Edition of the "Workbook for Lectors" is available in the Church lobby. We would like each proclaimer or each family with multiple proclaimers to have a copy of the guide book. If you are able to make a donation of $12.00 to help defray the cost of the workbooks, please put your donation in an envelope marked "Proclaimer's Workbooks" and place it in the collection basket. Please do not let your ability to make a donation defray you from taking one of the workbooks. If you have any questions please contact Don Moeller, 314-392-1751. Pro-Life Bus Trip Make your reservations now! Anyone interested in joining Our Lady Queen of Peace youth and adults on a Charter bus for the Pro-Life Trip to Washington, D.C., January 21st 23rd, please call, text (314-566-8363) or email ([email protected]) Terry Ostlund so we can put your name on the list and get you more detailed information. The cost of the bus ticket is $140. Help us be a voice for the unborn. Welcome to Our Lady Queen of Peace Parish Holiday Cards to Military We would once again like to ask for addresses of any family members who are in the Military. We will publish them in the bulletin and give our parishioners the opportunity to send them cards over the Holidays thanking them for their service to our country. Please call Mary Anne or Cliff Brandt, 636-274-1838, with your loved ones address. Christmas Poinsettia Fundraiser for SVDP It may sound too early to be talking about Poinsettias for Christmas but we need to plan early to get the order in on time. We will be taking orders for Poinsettias to be used to decorate our church for the Christmas Season. All proceeds will go to our St. Vincent de Paul Society to help those in need in our community. We can make your shopping easier and you won't 2015 – Year of Prayer Are you Spiritually Healthy? Last year at Christmas, every family received a copy of Matthew Kelly’s “Four Signs of a Dynamic Catholic”. It was a very uplifting and encouraging book on statistics of parishioners within the average parish. He stated that 6.4% of registered parishioners contribute 80 percent of the volunteer hours and financial contributions of the parish. What if parishes increased the number of Dynamic Catholics by one percent point a year? The four signs of a Dynamic Catholic stated were: prayer, study, generosity and evangelization. The Archdiocese will begin to examine one sign per have to worry about the cold weather damaging your flower in transport. And you can be remembering your loved one with your donation. All orders must be placed by December 1st. Please use this order form and include your payment. Checks should be made to "St. Vincent de Paul". Orders may be placed in the collection basket with the envelope marked “Christmas Flowers” or dropped off at the Parish Office. For any questions please call Joanne, 636-274-0590. 6 INCH POTS WITH 6+ Red Blooms $10 _________ Cash or checks accepted, please make your check payable to SVDP. year for the next four years. The year 2015 will concentrate on prayer. During Advent, we will NAME_____________________________________ challenge you to examine your personal prayer life and show ways that you can increase your daily prayer life. We will ask you to keep track of your PHONE____________________________________ prayer time one day per week, fill in a form in the bulletin and return it in the collection basket. We will keep track of how many forms are returned and how many minutes of prayer are said in that day. Hopefully at the end of Advent we will be able to suggest more ways of praying in your daily life and see an increased amount of time you will spend each day in you prayer life. Amount Paid________________________________ If you wish to have your loved one remembered, please add their name here (please print clearly) __________________________________________ Thirty-Third Sunday in Ordinary Time Christmas Decorating News November 16, 2014 Hearing Assist Devices Maryann Turek has graciously agreed to be the We have hearing devices available in church for coordinator for decorating our church for the those who have hearing disabilities. There are Christmas Season. She will be needing volunteers to help decorate on Sunday, December 21st, three devices, about the size of a cell phone, immediately after the 11:30 Mass. Please mark located in the server sacristy (the room to the left your calendar, the sign up book will be available of the sanctuary). They are on top of the sound November 30th in the Church lobby. system. To use them, put the ear plugs in and turn on the device to the desired sound level. Each device is tuned directly into the speaker system. If you do not like using public ear pieces, you may Hospitality Sunday We wish to thank the Girl Scouts for hosting bring your own. If you need help, ask one of the priests or the organist, Mr. Bob Ellison. Hospitality Sunday this month. All are invited to the Cafeteria for fellowship, donuts, coffee, milk and juice. There is no Hospitality in December. We use the Cafeteria to distribute the gifts from the Jesse Tree to those in need. Blood Pressure Screening November 15th and 16th after Mass in the Cafeteria Meeting Room. St. Vincent De Paul Every Friday Night Knights of Columbus Hall Doors Open at 4:30 pm Bingo starts at 6:45 pm Everyone welcome! We are all poor in many ways. We need the support of fellow Christians and neighbors to support us in our hour of need if we are to live happy lives and make heaven some day. We would like to thank Fenton Auto Salvage for advertising in our parish bulletin. Because of their generosity we do not pay for our bulletins to be printed. Please patronize our advertisers and thank them for supporting our parish. For Reflection… This week do someone an anonymous favor or send someone an anonymous gift. Welcome to Our Lady Queen of Peace Parish Handyman Raffle Big Raffle Update What a great idea that Greg Benefield has come Last year, we heard numerous up with to share his Stewardship talents! If we parishioners suggesting that we lower could sell out his raffle monthly, our parish would the cost of the ticket so that they were generate $4,800 per year with just this one item! more affordable. Three months have passed and we have not sold the We would like to encourage anyone in our parish number necessary to cover the cost of the raffle to follow suit and maybe donate some of their and begin the monthly drawing. Please consider talents – car repairs, cleaning, yard work, taxes purchasing a raffle ticket (cost is $50) so we can or financial consultation, electrician, painter, begin our monthly drawings at the end of landscaper, seamstress, etc., etc. November. The magic number of tickets needed to be sold now is at 116. We made over $17,500 last Please use your imagination, see what “gifts” you year on this raffle and are depending upon its have been given, and donate your “talent” toward success to help balance our budget. helping out our parish. General Handyman Raffle St. Ignatius Loyola Church and School 19127 Mill Road, Marthasville 63357 Annual Thanksgiving Day Festivities Name____________________________ The Annual Thanksgiving Day Festivities is our Phone____________________________ parish and we rely on this day of hospitality. The cost is $5.00 per chance and when Dinner is served from 11:00 am to 5:00 pm. It is 100 tickets is sold we will draw a winner. major fundraiser of the year. We are a small rural a buffet style all you can eat meal. Prices include adults $12 (Seniors 62+ is $10); children 6 to 12 is $5 while age 5 and under eat free. http://www.saintig.com will give you a map location. Care Notes Please check the pamphlet rack in the Church lobby for new Care Notes to help loved ones who are grieving during this holiday season. “Grieving at Christmas: A Family Guide”; “How Christmas Memories Can Bring Healing to Your Grief” “Celebrating the Holidays Despite Being in a Healthcare Facility” “Getting Through the Holidays When You’ve Lost a Loved One” “Pathways Through Your Christmas Grief” Thirty-Third Sunday in Ordinary Time A TASTE OF CHRISTMAS The Christmas season is gloriously heralded in a delightful celebration that encompasses the joy, laughter, love and beauty of the holidays! Gather with family and friends at this “feast for the senses” – a memorable evening of fabulous food and entertainment to experience the spirit of Christmas in an exciting new way! Songs and carols, dances, stories, comedy, touchingly re-enacted holiday scenes and more, all while you feast on a sumptuous dinner! The banquet is set in the grandeur of a magnificent Great Hall; the performers are 50 very talented singers, dancers and orchestra musicians from 16 metro area parishes. December 6 and 7 at 7:00 pm, Gateway Banquet & Convention Center in Collinsville IL. Bed & breakfast rates at Shrine of Our Lady of the Snows Hotel for overnight guests to combine with the Way Of Lights. An evening of entertainment, a four-course gourmet meal with dessert and beverages, taxes and gratuities only $30 inclusive for adults; special menu and pricing for children. Tickets must be purchased in advance. Order soon to reserve the best tables, please call 618-409-0015 or email: [email protected] November 16, 2014 Seven Days of Inspiration Take one a day… and feel great all week! Day 1 A prayer is never said in vain. Day 2 Pick a flower. It’s one of life’s pleasures. Day 3 We all get 365 new beginnings a year. Day 4 Forgive someone. It ‘s good for both of you. Day 5 Your cares will feel lighter soon. Day 6 Let yourself laugh. It feels good! Day 7 Every day someone’s dream comes true. Marriage Encounter Give the gift that keeps on giving – for the rest of your life as a happily married couple! The holidays are a perfect time to consider making a gift of a Marriage Encounter weekend to each other. Please call, 314-469-7317, or visit www.stl-wwme.org to register for the December 5-7, 2014 or February 6-8, 2015 weekend. Parish Office email [email protected] OLQP Web Site www.olqpparish.org submit articles for bulletin [email protected] Deadline Friday at 4:30 pm (9 days before publication) Welcome to Our Lady Queen of Peace Parish EUCHARISTIC ADORATION OLQP SPIRITUAL RECALL Our next Eucharistic Adoration is Wednesday, November 26, from 1:00 – 8:00 pm Our Gifts to God and Parish 778 registered members 212 online, loose and envelopes used this week Thank you for your generosity!!! Special Collections Retired Religious ...............................$177.25 New Building Fund.................. $762,473.47 Offertory Sunday Loose ................................... $682.00 Sunday Envelopes ........................ $12,346.73 Parish Enrichment ............................. $242.00 Total Offertory .......................... $13,270.73 Weekly Offertory Goal .............. $13,000.00 As of November 10, 2014 Contributions Year To Date ..... $234,739.54 Projected to Date.................... $247,000.00 Jesus will also be exposed for Eucharistic Adoration during the Advent season, every Wednesday after the 8:00 am Mass and conclude at 8:00 pm with Benediction. Collection for Catholic Campaign for Human Development November 23 One of the best gifts we can give to ourselves is time with Jesus in Adoration. In the quiet moments of our hearts, Jesus heals, restores and strengthens. Time in Adoration is also a beautiful way to say: “Thank you Jesus. Thank you for the fun times and for carrying us in the difficult moments”. Next week’s collection for the CCHD needs your help. CCHD was founded to end the cycle of poverty in the U. S. by funding organizations that help people help themselves. With the tradition of improving education, housing situations and economic nationwide, CCHD continues to make a positive impact on communities nationwide. Your contribution will defend human dignity and help those living on the margins of our society. Please give to the CCHD Collection. Religious Retirement Collection Thanks You Stewardship Start With Prayer “We can certainly call you friends because of the “Well done, good and faithful servant; you have been faithful over little, I will set you over much…” Matthew 25:21 way you care for our retired members,” writes a religious brother. Your gift to last week’s collection for the Retirement Fund for Religious benefits some 35,000 senior sisters, brothers and religious order priests. May God bless you abundantly for your generosity. God expects us to nurture and develop the gifts He has given us and then generously give back with increase. He doesn’t want us to waste or hoard the gifts He has given us; He expects us to grow our gifts, use them wisely and be generous with them. Thirty-Third Sunday in Ordinary Time Please pray for those who are ill (parishioners are in bold) Maryann Barnett Wally Freihaut Jackie Nappier Tim Lodes Paul McDonnell Betty Harness Cheri Bridges Danielle Enghauser Joyce Stenger Andy Nappier Vicky Duckworth Janice Robertson Jan DeClue Audrey Hastings Gail Stoechl, former parishioner Mary Stone, relative of Susan O’Shea Ashley Bray, niece of Susan O’Shea Lisa Gibson, relative of Al/Maryann Schuld Dave Hays, brother-in-law of Bernie/Angie Henning Cassie Clement, of our community Julie Reis, daughter of Richard and Nancy Reis Geraldine Stehlin, mother of Donna Otzenberger Carol Brennan, sister of Katie Tutass Virginia Wilson, mother of Linda Gallion Craig Finley, friend of Nancy Haynes Gene Barnett, husband of Maryann Barnett Dave Landers, brother-in-law of Bernie/Angie Henning Robert Bokern, brother of John Bokern ~those serving in the military, the homebound, shut-ins of the parish and all in nursing homes. To add a name please call the Parish Office, 671-3062. Names will be removed after 3 weeks. November 16, 2014 Mass Intentions Mon Tues Wed Thurs Fri Sat Sun Nov Nov Nov Nov Nov Nov Nov 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 8:00 am 8:00 am 8:00 am 8:00 am 8:00 am 5:00 pm 7:30 am 9:30 am 11:30 am Geneva Freihaut Ed Krshul Reverend David Thomas Geneva Freihaut Joanne Sutton Joan Campoy Raymond Brune Jacquelyn Peirick People of the Parish November 22nd and 23rd Special Ministers of the Eucharist 5:00 pm 7:30 am 9:30 am 11:30 am Larry and Margaret Bottchen, Lisa Drew, Ralph and Sandy Munzlinger Cathie Frede, Jim and Carol England, Rich Ortmann, 1 needed Tom Broadbent, Chris Camden, Joanne David, Don Moeller, Margaret Gerling, Bruce Gallion Michelle Mose, Sharon Schmidt, Clay Gregorc, Paul McDonnell, Barb Oppelz Proclaimers 5:00 pm 7:30 am 9:30 am 11:30 am Al Schuld, Dave Mills Scott Reimer, Terry Soer Vicki De Long, Joanne Sauer John Holmes, Barb Oppelz Servers 5:00 pm 7:30 am 9:30 am 11:30 am Gabby Anderson, M. Schwantner, D. Werner Cameron Beck, Cameron Gerber, Zach Morlock Alec Poulsen, Alexi Sanchez, Luke Webb Cooper Dutton, Kate Marting, Jaden Nash Ushers 5:00 pm 7:30 am 9:30 am 11:30 am We offer sympathy and the assurance of our prayers to the family of Rob Strayhorn, son of Dan and Marie Strayhorn Don Brooks, Ken Ganey, Ben Slodkowski, Bill and Donna Clifton, Bart Heinzer Vince Rocchio, Tim Webb, Jerry Terry, Butch Mattingly, Doug Bjornstad, 1 needed Dale Sudholt, Steve Freihaut, Mike Harris, Larry Whitworth, Chuck Phillips, Pat Craig Paul McDonnell, Mary Buckey, Cristina Duncan, Jennifer Younkins, Gary Freihaut, Becca Mose Thank you for cleaning Church November 14 Diane Yocom, Susan Whitworth, Joanne David, Mary Weindel and Marie Pratt Sunday, November 23, 2014 Christ the King Cycle A the image of the king. God, for them, was the Great King of covenant traditions, the king who entered into a mutual relationship with His people. Israel’s kings themselves were conceived of as servants of the Great Overlord, the anointed ones whose primary role was to shepherd God’s people. In the first reading, from Ezekiel, that image of shepherd is applied to the very notion of God’s sovereignty. The whole notion of shepherd kings was radical in the ancient world. This is not an image of power, domination and subjugation, but of leadership and care. Ezekiel’s words would provide a powerful impetus to the restoration of Israel after the Exile, a restoration that did not see the revival of earthly kings, but celebrated the kingship of God and gave rise to messianic hopes, hopes that centered on God’s active involvement with His people. And yet, Ezekiel’s image was not simply that of a benevolent herdsman; the sheep were responsible to follow and the shepherd-king would judge his flock. He will seek out the lost, but they can choose to follow back or not. THEME: The journey ends. On the Feast of Christ the King, the long Church year comes to an end. Throughout the year, in the Season of Advent, we looked longingly to experience the presence of God in our lives. In Christmas we celebrated that presence of God in our midst. In Lent and Easter we considered and experienced again the great events of our salvation, and throughout the Season of Ordinary Time, we worked at living our commitment to our loving God who saves us. How have we done? At the end of our yearly journey with Jesus have we grown in our faith? Have we lived our relationship with our God any better? Are we on the way? THE READINGS: FIRST READING: Ezekiel 34:11-12, 15-17 A key image in ancient Israel’s understanding of God is SECOND READING: 1 Corinthians 15:20-26, 28 Eschatological imagery has intrigued humanity from the earliest times. There is a fascination with dark imagery, with consideration of the end of the world in a complete overthrowing of the present order to establish the Kingdom that Jesus came to announce in power. Paul, in his First Letter to the Corinthians, seems to suggest something different. For Paul, the focus is resurrection, eternal life with God. Jesus Christ is the first. Who He was and how He lived made a difference; He changed people, changed them through His ultimate act of sacrifice for the benefit of all. He is the “first fruits” of resurrected life. The “end” comes when all earthly power and authority that stands against God’s will for His people, that stands against God’s Kingdom, is eliminated. What Paul suggests is that this end comes not as some FOR REFLECTION: fiery cataclysm, but when those who have responded to and followed Jesus have lived in such a way that they have changed others, that they have contributed to At the end of my yearly journey with Jesus, have I changing the focus away from earthly power and grown in faith, in love, in commitment? Have I lived authority to the Kingdom of God. When the Kingdom of my relationship with God any better? Am I more Peace is finally established, then Christ will return and solidly on the way? present the created order, as it is intended to be, to God His Father. For us, then, the Feast of Christ the King is a celebration of hope, hope that what we have accomplished in the past year has moved the world closer to God’s kingdom, hope that what we will do in the upcoming liturgical year will continue the progress of humanity towards God. GOSPEL READING: Matthew 25:31-46 In my relationship with God, do I see God more as a domineering overlord and a caring shepherd? On my part, am I subservient to God or a skittish, dependent sheep? Where is my partnership with God in these images? What is my understanding of the "end." Do I envision The Gospel reading is Matthew’s vision of the Last a violent end to the world and a terrifying judgment of Judgment. This is the last of the five great discourses humanity, of me, by a just and fearsome God? Do I in Matthew’s Gospel and sums up Matthew’s basic envision a peaceful transition into the Kingdom of teaching about life in the Church, the believing heaven? Do I simply not know? In the end, what do I community. The basis for judgment is simply this: how hope for and, in light of my hopes, what difference we treat each other is, in fact, how we treat Jesus does my vision of the end make? Christ. Our means of expressing our relationship with God is how we live our relationship with other people. Do I really believe that how I treat others is, in fact, This is the underlying theme of Matthew’s entire Gospel. how I treat Jesus Christ? Is my relationship with The imagery of the Last Judgment scene again centers Jesus really so dependent on my relationships with on the shepherd. The implication is that, in our lives with others? each other, we are cared for, we have all that we need to live will, we can follow. But there always remains the choice to stray, to flounder, to wander off, to ignore our fellow travelers along the way. What builds the Kingdom of God? How do we acclaim Jesus Christ as our King? How de we commit ourselves to this kingdom, to this way of life? The Jesus of Matthew’s Gospel is clear – by how we treat others, by whether or not we meet the needs of others, by whether or not we live the principals of justice, compassion and peace. Who is King in my life? How I live with others, how I treat others will reveal the answer. What builds the Kingdom of God? How do we acclaim Jesus Christ as our King? How do we commit ourselves to this kingdom, to this way of life?
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