6535 Highway YY—Washington, MO 63090 Website: www.stgertrudechurch.org

Thirty-third Sunday in Ordinary Time
November 16, 2014
6535 Highway YY—Washington, MO 63090
Phone: (636) 239-4216 Fax: (636) 239-3590
Website: www.stgertrudechurch.org
Reverend Philip Krill, Administrator
616-243-7566 (cell phone) [email protected] www.encounteringthetrinity.com
Reverend Bernard J. Wilkins, Retired In-residence Reverend Mr. Charlie Gildehaus, Deacon
Mrs. Kathy Mueller, Compliance and Operations Mgr. (e-mail) [email protected]
Mrs. Michelle Gildehaus, Administrative Assistant (e-mail) [email protected]
Ms. Tina Seals, Bulletin Editor (e-mail) [email protected]
Thirty-third Sunday in Ordinary Time
November 16, 2014
TODAY'S READINGS
First Reading -- The woman who fears the LORD is to be
praised (Proverbs 31:10-13, 19-20, 30-31).
Psalm -- Blessed are those who fear the Lord
(Psalm 128).
Second Reading -- Brothers and sisters, you are children of
the light (1 Thessalonians 5:1-6).
Gospel -- Since you were faithful in small matters, I will
give you great responsibilities (Matthew 25:14-30 [14-15,
19-21]).
The English translation of the Psalm Responses from Lectionary for Mass (c) 1969,
1981, 1997, International Commission on English in the Liturgy Corporation. All
rights reserved.
GET READY
The Letters of Paul to the Thessalonians are among his
earliest writings, and are driven by his belief and the
belief of the entire early Christian community that the
return of Christ was imminent. Therefore, to devote
time or attention to anything else was foolish.
As time progressed, this fervor receded a bit. Today
we may wonder, when we hear these readings about
the coming end-times, if we should take them to heart.
What should we do when we hear that the day of the
Lord will come upon us "like a thief at night"? (1
Thessalonians 5:2) Does this mean we are to stop our
long-range goal-setting, get rid of our yearly calendars
and planners, or stop putting money in the college education fund? Of course not. What it does mean is that
we need to change our lives, living like children of the
light and illuminating the world around us with the
light of the gospel. Then, on that day, when the details
of our daily living become unimportant, we will be
ready to find our peace and security in Christ Jesus.
Copyright (c) J. S. Paluch Co.
PARISH MISSION STATEMENT
The mission of St. Gertrude Parish is to proclaim
Jesus Christ as Savior: in Word, in Worship,
in Service, and in Witness.
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Mass Times
Saturday:
4:30 pm
Sunday:
8:00 am and 10:30 am
Monday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday’s: 8:00 am
Tuesday’s:
7:00 pm
Monday: Eucharistic Exposition Begins 8:30 am,
and Evening Prayer w/Benediction 7:00 pm
Confession Times
Saturday’s: 3:45 pm-4:15 pm, Sunday’s: 7:30 am-7:45 am
Tuesday’s: 6:15 pm-6:45 pm.
Eucharistic Exposition
Eucharistic Exposition will be held on every Monday
beginning at 8:30 am (following the 8 am Mass) and ending
with Evening Prayer/Benediction at 7:00 pm.
Prayer Chain Requests
Needing those extra prayers? Prayer ministers offer
requested prayers for the needs and intentions of the parish
community. To request prayers, please contact either Eileen
Hillerman (636) 239-4987 or Pat Miller (636) 390-8438 between 10:00 am and 9:30 pm. The prayer ministers will pray
daily for each request for four weeks.
Bulletin Deadline
Articles intended for publication in our parish bulletin need to be received in the Parish Office, in writing, before
Monday, 10:00 am.
In your prayers ...
Please pray for the sick:
Patti Bonvicin, Ron Brinker, Vernon L. Brinker, Joan Compton, Gary Dobsch, Verona Elbert, Melvin Feldmann, Dorothy Hanneken, Mike Hanneken, Mary Lou Hayes, Ruth Hellman, Wilbert Hilke, Missy Hill, Jeff Hinnah, Alma Holtmeyer, Jennifer Hopkins, Robert Kohne, Marvin Lottmann,
Leona Martin, Dan Meyer, Arlene Moll, Ann Monroig, William Monroig, Mark Monzyk, Toni Osseck, Pat Pugh, Evelyn
Roetheli, Merrill Schelich, Ethel Thomas, Dorothy Tobben,
Paula Weiskopf, Patty Westhoelter, Warren Wiedemann, and
the homebound and in nursing homes.
Please Pray for those Serving our Country
Patrick Feldmann, Charlie Hillerman, Patrick Kozemski,
Austin Mark, Aaron Maune, Dawn Nowak Ricketts, Andrew
Schull & Kurt Vlasak.
ALTAR FLOWERS
Ambrose Roesner is being remembered this weekend with
the altar flowers donated in his memory. We are honored to
remember and pray for this special intention.
Thank You!
November 16, 2014
Marriage Encounter Weekend
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. Call 314.469.7317 or
visit www.stl-wwme.org to register for the December 5-7,
2014 or February 6-8, 2015 weekend.
Let us pray for peace in our
St. Louis Community
Most Reverend Robert J. Carlson, Archbishop of St.
Louis:
Jesus said: “ Blessed are the peacemaker, for they will be
called children of God.” Christ calls us to promote peace, not
provoke violence. Our Lord Himself suffered the most terrible of injustices, because although incapable of doing wrong,
He was nevertheless condemned to suffer and die on the
cross. And when one of his disciples responded by lashing
out in violence he said “Put away your sword!” Inspired by
the example of Christ, I fervently renew my call to everyone
in Ferguson and the greater St. Louis community: be an instrument of peace amid the chaos! Work for calm in the turmoil!
Saint Michael Prayer
Saint Michael the Archangel, defend us in the day
of battle. Be our safeguard against the wickedness and
snares of the devil. May God rebuke him we humbly pray
and do thou O Prince of the Heavenly Host, cast into hell
Satan and all the evil spirits who prowl throughout the
world seeking the ruin of souls. Amen.
Remember
Friday Morning Refreshments
After 8:00 am Mass.
Join us every Friday Morning for
Refreshments in the Summer Kitchen.
All are welcome!
(There will not be a 8am mass on Nov. 21 and the office
will be closed on Nov. 28, day after Thanksgiving. So the
next Friday Morning Refreshments will be December 5. Be
sure to come as we will be discussing a name for our
Friday morning group. Bring your ideas! )
Thank our Advertiser of the Week!!
Unnerstall and Unnerstall CPA
18 West Second Street, Washington, MO
239-6439
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November 16, 2014
Fr. Phil’s Calendar
From the Heart of Fr. Phil
Odds N Ends
Fr. Phil's office hours at St. Gertrude and St. Ann parishes
fluctuates, depending on daily administrative and pastoral
needs. Fr. Phil asks that you speak with him directly at 616243-7566 or to make a specific appointment.
Saturday, November 15, 2014
4:30 pm
Peter Derner
Sunday, November 16, 2014
8:00 am
Johnny Maune
10:30 am
Parishioners
Monday, November 17, 2014
8:00 am
Catherine Gardner
Tuesday, November 18, 2014
7:00 pm
Wilfred Marquart
Wednesday, November 19, 2014
8:00 am
Kelly Miller
Thursday, November 20, 2014
8:00 am
NO Mass
Friday, November 21, 2014
8:00 am
NO Mass
Saturday, November 22, 2014
4:30 pm
Dorothy Kleekamp
Sunday, November 23, 2014
8:00 am
Charles Moll
10:30 am
Parishioners
** Fr. Phil will be on vacation until November 21.
Fr. Phil’s installation Mass
Remember to mark your calendar for Fr. Phil’s
installation mass on November 30, at the 10:30 am mass.
Following the mass there will be a lunch reception at St.
Ann’s Parish Center. We ask that St. Gertrude parishioners
please bring a side dish or salad and St. Ann parishioners
please bring a dessert. RSVP by Nov. 20, 2014. 239-4216.
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. Dec. 6 & 7 at 7:00 p.m.,
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 & beverages, taxes and gratuities only $30 inclusive for adults; special
menu & pricing for children. Tickets must be purchased in advance. Order soon to reserve the best tables. Call 618-409-0015
or email: [email protected]
Christmas Eve
6:00 pm Mass Singers
Do you like to sing, but don’t want to be a part of
a full-time choir? Here is your opportunity! Looking for
singers for the 6:00 pm mass on Christmas Eve. All are
welcome-come sing as a family! Be a part of the ministry
of music for St. Gertrude. Please call Joan for more information. 314-605-7849.
This weekend, November 15/16, 2014
we will have a second collection for
the St. Ann/St Gertrude Chapter of the
St. Vincent de Paul Society. Please be
generous!
Thank You!
Sun. Nov. 16
The Week Ahead
Mon. Nov. 17
Tue. Nov. 18
Wed. Nov. 19
Thur. Nov. 20
Fri. Nov. 21
Sat. Nov. 22
Liturgy
Committee
7:30 pm (SK)
Deanery
Luncheon
10:00am(OH)
All School Mass
8:00 am (CH)
No Mass
No Mass
Old Hall
Rented
Basketball
Practice
3:00-8:15(PC)
Cheer Practice
3:00 pm (café)
Basketball
Practice
3:00-8:15 (PC)
PSR
6:30pm (school)
Basketball
Practice
3:00 pm-8:15
(PC)
Cheer Practice
3:00 pm (PC)
Faith Formation Auction Wrap up
Meeting
6:00pm (OH)
7:00 pm (SK)
Basketball
DARE
Practice
Graduation
5:30pm (PC)
6:00pm (PC)
Basketball
Practice
4:15pm (PC)
Thirty-third Sunday in Ordinary Time
Collection Report for November 8/9 , 2014
WEEKLY
Adult Envelopes (145)
6,274.00
Youth Envelopes (0)
Loose Offering/Votives
165.00
All Saints (Holy Day) (2)
55.00
Electronic Giving (Estimate)*
2,085.00
Total Weekly Contributions
8,579.00
Offertory Weekly Budget
9,363.00
Overage/(Shortfall)
(784.00)
YTD Offertory
176,298.00
YTD Budget
177,899.00
YTD Difference
(1,601.00)
*This average weekly amount will be adjusted each
quarter to estimate what the electronic giving averages
each week. At the end of each month, we will adjust
the weekly amt. to reflect the actual collection for the
month.
Calendar Wiz
To book any St. Gertrude or St. Ann facilities you
can go to the St. Gertrude parish website under calendar to
look at all locations available at both parishes.
(calendarwiz.com) Then send in the Schedule Request form
to get your event/meeting scheduled.
Ask Anything Meeting
We have moved our next “Ask Anything” meeting to February 2015. This meeting will be focused on
school and related topics. Watch the bulletin for more information to follow. Thank You.
Senior Citizen Christmas Party
Mark your calendar for the Senior Citizen Christmas Party
on December 2, 2014 at 12 noon in the Old Hall. For reservations call Alice Elbert 239-3908 or Bev Dion 239-5352
by November 28th. Thank You.
Compliance
“Anyone who works with or volunteers with children
at St. Gertrude/St. Ann Parish must be compliant with the Safe
Environment Program of the Archdiocese of Saint Louis set
forth by the USCCB. (United States Conference of Catholic
Bishops.)” For questions concerning what constitutes compliance or whether or not you are currently in compliance, please
contact Kathy Mueller at [email protected]
or call 636-239-4216.
November 16, 2014
Special Collection Report for November 8/9, 2014
WEEKLY
St. Vincent De Paul (4)
30.00
Parish Improvement (17)
188.00
Cemetery Fund (13)
212.00
Retired Religious (5)
157.00
Human Development (1)
5.00
World Mission (1)
1.00
Pro-Life Holy Hour
The monthly Deanery Pro-Life Holy Hour will be
held on Monday, November 24, 2014 at 7 pm at Our Lady
of Lourdes Adoration Chapel with prayers and Benediction
for Respect for Life, offering reparation for 56 million babies killed by abortion, and that America will once again
protect the lives of the unborn. Come join us as we pray for
Good’s forgiveness for the evil that lurks throughout
or society.
PRO-LIFE NEWS:
Thanks to those who helped set up and tear down for the
ECAMRL Rummage Sale last weekend. This was the most
help we have had in recent years and helped the sale run
more efficiently. Thanks to those who donated items for the
sale.
Missouri Right to Life Political Action Committee
( MRLPAC) celebrated the recent election victories of the
Pro-Life candidates on Nov. 4. These candidates support the
protection of life from conception to natural death.
MRLPAC endorsed the winning candidate in 90% of the
races. MRLPAC continues to lead the nation in working for
Pro-Life legislation. Thanks to all those who voted Pro-Life
in the last election.
The recent 40 Days for Life campaign ended with more than
500 babies (that we know of) being saved. This makes the
total more than 9500 since the campaign began 7 years ago.
Locally, at Planned Parenthood, we continue to have 2-4 turn
-a-rounds per day. More than 100 Planned Parenthood workers have changed their hearts and left the industry; 60 abortion centers have closed their doors and 12 referral centers
for abortion have closed. Your contributions from the recent
Baby Bottle Drive will aid babies being saved thought
Thrive, Coalition for Life and our very own Pregnancy Assistance Center. Thank you for your generosity. Special
thanks to Matt Nowak of St. Gertrude Parish for serving as
our coordinator for our KC council for this campaign.
Next meeting: Nov. 20, 7 pm, Pregnancy Assistance Center.
All are welcome.
Thirty-third Sunday in Ordinary Time
Weekday Feasts & Scripture
These are the feast days this week and the Scripture
readings used at weekday Mass, Monday through Friday.
Pray over these readings at your convenience.
Monday, November 17, 2014Saint Elizabeth of Hungary
Reading I
—
Revelation 1:1-4,2:1-5
Gospel
—
Luke 18:35-43
Tuesday, November 18, 2014
Reading I
—
Revelation 3:1-6,14-22
Gospel
—
Luke 19:1-10
Wednesday, November 19, 2014
Reading I
—
Revelation 4:1-11
Gospel
—
Luke 19:11-28
Thursday, November 20, 2014
Reading I
—
Revelation 5:1-10
Gospel
—
Luke 19:41-44
Friday, November 21, 2014 The Presentation of the
Blessed Virgin Mary
Reading I
—
Revelation 10:8-11
Gospel
—
Luke 19:45-48
Saturday/Sunday November 22/23, 2014
Reading I
—
Ezekiel 34:11-12,15-17
Reading II
— 1 Corinthians 15:20-26,28
Gospel
—
Matthew 25:31-46
Parish Office Closed
The parish office will be closed on Thursday,
Nov. 27 and Friday, Nov. 28 for the Thanksgiving Holiday.
Enjoy this special time with family and friends being thankful for all God has given us.
Youth Choir Notes
We have some new faces in the Loft and
we aren’t full yet, so bring a friend or
two! Keep sharing the invitations!
. Our schedule for the next month looks
like this:
Sunday, November 23rd
Sunday, November 30th
Practice will be divided in this way:
9:00 am ~ Grades 7 and up
9:30 am ~ Grades 6 and under
Lottery Winners Monday, November 17, 2014
Ellie Steffens
$ 100.00 sold by Curt Alfermann
Tuesday, November 18, 2014
Julie Coulter
$ 50.00 sold by Zac Coulter
Wednesday, November 19, 2014
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November 16, 2014
School News
Dear St. Gertrude Parish,
As you saw in the bulletin last week, we are in the
process of placing a Chapel within our school. This will allow our
students many more opportunities to worship throughout the day
without having to cross the highway to head to Church. We have
been very blessed so far with donations which have helped defray much of the cost. I would like to offer the Parish as a whole
to consider making a donation to our project. We would like to
put about 40 chairs in the chapel which will allow for more than
one class to worship at a time. In our attempts to make it look
less like a classroom and more a prayer space that deserves
reverence and respect, we would like to use something other
than card table chairs or stacking chairs. We have found some
very nice wooden chairs that we would like to purchase for the
Chapel. The chairs cost $25 each. We are looking for families to
consider donating a chair to the Chapel. Any family who donates
a chair to the Chapel will have their name on a plaque on the
chair acknowledging this donation. If you are interested in making a donation for the chairs (or for that matter to any of our other
needs for the Chapel), please place your donation in an envelope
marked "Chapel" and drop it either at the Parish Office, the
school office, or in the collection at a weekend Mass. Your generosity is greatly appreciated.
Thank you for all you do to support Catholic education at St.
Gertrude School. Together we make St. Gertrude Parish ALIVE
IN CHRIST!
God bless!
Mr. Michael Etter
Principal
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Pre-School Enrollment
St. Gertrude Pre School Mid Year Open Enrollment St.
Gertrude Pre School is opening up enrollment for preschool beginning after Christmas. At St. Gertrude Preschool, our teachers
are dedicated to education. Our dedicated, faith-filled preschool
staff prepares students socially, physically, emotionally as well as
intellectually. Our children learn mutual trust and respect in an
environment where they can explore, play and connect. We pride
ourselves in students that are confident and well prepared for
kindergarten while they enjoy their first experiences at school.
For more information, please contact Jill Rees, our Pre School
Director, at 636-390-0029.
Pro-Life Reindeer Run / Walk
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Thirty-third Sunday in Ordinary Time
November 16, 2014
ENERGIZE YOUR FAITH!
Want to spend a weekend that helps you experience
your Catholic faith more fully and encourages you to engage in a
spiritual life filled with love, joy and enthusiasm? You can! Participate in a Cursillo (ker SEE yoh) Weekend!
The St. Louis Archdiocese Cursillo upcoming weekends during
2014 and 2015:
Women’s Fall Weekend from November 13-16, 2014
Women’s Spring Weekend from March 5-8, 2015
Men’s Fall Weekend from December 4-7, 2014
Men’s Spring Weekend from March 12-19, 2015
The weekends are held at the Manresa Retreat Center
near the campus of St. Louis University.
Take advantage of a powerful experience that will enhance your
relationship with God and others.
If you have any questions you may contact Amy Banken
@656-584-0767 or [email protected]
Children’s Christmas Party
The children’s Christmas party at the K of C in
Washington is December 1, 2014 at 7:00 pm in the upper
level. Santa will be there and we will have fun games for
the children. Please plan to attend.
Catholic Cruise to Alaska
Come and sail away on a 7-night Catholic Alaska Cruise
with Father Leo Prengaman May 2nd—May 9th, 2015 on Holland
America Westerdam out of Seattle, Washington — Ports of Call:
Juneau, Alaska; Glacier Bay; Sitka, Alaska; Ketchikan, Alaska; Victoria, British Columbia; Seattle, Washington. Prices begin at $2004
for two passengers this includes all port fees and taxes. Daily mass
offered. Deposits of only $350 per person will reserve your cabin.
Space Is limited. For further info or to register, contact Doug or Eileen at 860-399-1785/ [email protected] andTours.com
Places to Go ...
♦ Bingo is available the first two Sundays of the month at the Washington KC Hall. Beginning at 1:00pm.
♦ Burger Night is every Thursday night from 6:00 to 10:00pm at the KC Hall to benefit Pro-Life.
♦ Chicken and BBQ Dinners are served Sundays, Washington KC Hall. Eat In/Carry Out Dinners from 11 am till 6:30 pm.
♦ All You Can Eat Breakfast will be held at the Immaculate Conception Parish in Augusta on Nov. 23, 2014 8:00 till Noon.
♦ Thanksgiving Day Turkey Dinner, St. Ignatius Parish, Concord Hill, MO Nov. 27, 2014 11:00 am to 5:00 pm
♦ Thanksgiving Day Dinner, Free for anyone who would otherwise be alone, Nov 27 at St. Francis Borgia School
Cafeteria 11:30 am to 1:00 pm (those who want to give a donation can send them to Thanksgiving Day Dinner %Nancy Wood,
Treasurer, 119 East Fourth Street, Washington, MO 63090)
♦ St. Francis Borgia Holiday Breakfast and Bazaar, Sunday, Dec. 7, 7:30 am to 11:00 am, Borgia grade school cafeteria.
Ministry Schedule
Nov. 22/23
Lectors
Eucharistic Minister
Servers
Ushers
4:30 Mass
Sandy Jett
Sandy Jett
Linda Lause
Kathy Obermark
Danielle Overschmidt
Ellie Nieder
Dave Roetheli
Dave Moore, Dave Bourne
James Wellenkamp
8:00 Mass
Jeff Hilke
Becky Hanneken
Barb Delleart
Gene Delleart
Joe Feldmann
Shari Feldmann
Jessica Hanneken
Taylor Hanneken
Trinity Stevens
Mike Brinker
Mark Hanneken,
Vince Bruckerhoff
Bob Roetheli
Bob and
Michelle
Roetheli
10:30 Mass
Larry Marquart
Andy Knight
Robin Birke
Mary Biermann
Meleah Volmert
Thomas Donovan
Matthew Eggert
Jay, Cree, Nia Marquart
Marty Nobel
Family
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Ministers
Brenda Hellmann
Virgil Gildehaus
Bell Ringers
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Individual, Child, Family, and Marriage Counseling
102 E. Springfield, Ste. 202, Union, MO 63084
636-583-1800 / www.cfsstl.org
Schroeder Drugs
Free Prescription Delivery Service
Fine Jewelry, Gifts, Collectibles, Clocks
2057 Washington Crossing
Washington
bjprintingonline.com
213 W. Main St. • Washington, MO • 636-239-3512
CERTIFIED PUBLIC ACCOUNTANTS, P.C.
Altemueller
Jewelry
239-6167
visit us on the web
UNNERSTALL AND UNNERSTALL
WHY IS IT?
Dog Trainer
bankofwashington.com
www.time-to-travel.com
636.583.2192
of ADVERTISED coffee
drives to work
in an ADVERTISED car
and then . . . .
refuses to ADVERTISE
believing it doesn’t pay.
Later if business is poor
he ADVERTISES it for sale.
636-239-7831
Debra, Andy, Debbie
239-3040
Washington
Monument Co.
Parishioner
Robin Ottomeier
390-IMOS
583-IMOS
Get Your Neuropathy Relief Here
NaturalHealingCenters.com
1104 Washington Sq.
1612 Denmark Rd.
shaves with an ADVERTISED razor
brushes his teeth
with ADVERTISED toothpaste
washes with ADVERTISED soap
Natural Healing Centers
Dine-In - Carry out - Delivery
Second & Elm 239-4707
• Since 1956 • www.nbwest.com
• Hot & Cold Mix Asphalt Supplier
Schroeder Pharmacy
901 Patients First Dr. 239-7656
Ph: 573-468-4533
Alferman Electric
Residential • Commercial • Industrial
AUTO BODY, INC.
Call Tom Alferman
Since 1939
www.parmentierautobody.com
3052 State Road A
Washington, MO 63090
(636) 239-0150
636.239.6240
(636) 239-2240
Life Insurance, Annuities & Medicare Supplement
Dave Brown
(636) 219-2508
www.WCULife.org
NIEBURG-VITT
FUNERAL HOME
www.nieburgvitt.com
“Providing a way to Remember”
310 Elm St.
Washington, MO
239-6422
St. Gertrude
Parishioner
[email protected]
TERRY P. MOOSMANN, P.C.
Certified Public Accountant
28 East Sixth Street
Washington, MO 63090
636-584-0283
(636) 239-4040
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