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   The Holy Family of Jesus, Mary & Joseph    

December 31, 2017 

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150 Gateway Blvd., Toronto, ON., M3C 3E2            

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SAINT JOHN XXIII PARISH 

Pastor: (Rev) Simon deGale; Secretary: Hayde Ayala 

To Donate Online to St JXXIII go to: https://community.archtoronto.org/page.aspx?pid=415

Office: 416-429-4000; Hours: Monday-Friday 9AM-3PM 

Email: saintjohnxx_iiiparish@outlook.com. Website: http://saintjohnxxiiiparish.ca/

The Holy Family 

Jesus, mary & joseph

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Parish Sunday Bulletin

   The Holy Family of Jesus, Mary & Joseph    

December 31, 2017 

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150 Gateway Blvd., Toronto, ON., M3C 3E2            

                                                                               !2

CATECHISM OF THE CATHOLIC CHURCH 

Part One—The Profession of Faith

I Believe in God the Father

MAN

66. In what sense do we understand man and

woman as created “in the image of God”?

The human person is created in the image of God in the
sense that he or she is capable of knowing and of loving
their  Creator  in  freedom.  Human  beings  are  the  only
creatures  on  earth  that  God  has  willed  for  their  own
sake  and  has  called  to  share,  through  knowledge  and
love,  in  his  own  divine  life.  All  human  beings,  in  as
much as they are created in the image of God, have the
dignity  of  a  person.  A  person  is  not  something  but
someone,  capable  of  self-knowledge  and  of  freely
giving himself and entering into communion with God
and with other persons.

67. For what purpose did God create man and

woman?

God  has  created  everything  for  them;  but  he  has
created them to know, serve and love God, to offer all
of  creation  in  this  world  in  thanksgiving  back  to  him
and to be raised up to life with him in heaven. Only in
the mystery of the incarnate Word does the mystery of
the  human  person  come  into  true  light.  Man  and
woman are predestined to reproduce the image of the
Son  of God  made  Man,  who  is  the  perfect  “image  of
the invisible God”

(Col1:15)

.

68. Why does the human race form a unity?

All people form the unity of the human race by reason
of the common origin which they have from God. God
has  made  “from  one  ancestor  all  the  nations  of
men”

(Acts17:26)

. All have but one Saviour and are called

to share in the eternal happiness of God.

69. How do the soul and body form a unity in the

human being?

The  human  person  is  a  being  at  once  corporeal  and
spiritual. In man spirit and matter form one nature. This
unity  is  so  profound  that,  thanks  to  the  spiritual
principle which is the soul, the body which is material,
becomes  a  living  human  body  and  participates  in  the
dignity of the image of God.

70. Where does the soul come from?

The  spiritual  soul  does  not  come  from  one’s  parents
but is created immediately by God and is immortal. It
does  not  perish  at  the  moment  when  it  is  separated
from  the  body  in  death  and  it  will  be  once  again
reunited  with  the  body  at  the  moment  of  the  final
resurrection.

71. What relationship has God established between

man and woman?

Man  and  woman  have  been  created  by  God  in  equal
dignity insofar as they are human persons. At the same
time,  they  have  been  created  in  a  reciprocal
complementarity  insofar  as  they  are  masculine  and
feminine.  God  has  willed  them  one  for  the  other  to
form a communion of persons. They are also called to
transmit  human  life  by  forming  in  matrimony  “one
flesh”

 (Gn2:24)

.  They  are  likewise  called  to  subdue  the

earth as “stewards” of God.

72. What was the original condition of the human

person according to the plan of God?

In  creating  man  and  woman  God  had  given  them  a
special  participation  in  his  own  divine  life  in  holiness
and justice. In the plan of God they would not have had
to  suffer  or  die.  Furthermore,  a  perfect  harmony  held
sway  within  the  human  person,  a  harmony  between
creature  and  Creator,  between  man  and  woman,  as
well  as  between  the  first  human  couple  and  all  of
creation.

PRAY FOR THE DECEMBER MISSION

INTENTION


For The Elderly”

That the elderly, sustained by families and Christian

communities, may apply their wisdom and

experience to spreading the faith and forming the

new generations.

DATE & FEAST

CHOIR

DATE

TIME

Holy Family Vigil

Mass

Hayde

Sat, Dec 30

5:15PM

Holy Family

Masses

Tony

Editha

Sun, Dec 31

9AM &

12:15PM

Mother of God Vigil

Exposition &

Benediction

Sun, Dec 31

6PM

Mary, Mother of

God

Vigil Mass

Hayde

Sun, Dec 31

7PM

Mary, Mother of

God Masses

Gina

Editha

Mon, Jan 1

9AM &

12:15PM

New Year Schedule

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   The Holy Family of Jesus, Mary & Joseph    

December 31, 2017 

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WONDERFULLY GREAT THINGS

Children’s Choir: Grade 1 Grade 8. Returns in

March

Sing 1

st

& 4

th

Sun @ 5:30PM Mass

Chalice Children’s Collection

Sun, Dec 31—Goal: $2,220. Total to Date: $1850.45

MASS INTENTIONS

Sun Dec 3, 7PM:

+Silvestra Canlas

Mon, Jan 1:
      9AM Thnksgvng to O.L. & Sacred Heart
 12:15PM Thnksgiving by Michael LaPorte
Tues Jan 2, 9AM:
     Thnksgv of Eric, Sheila & Shirley Dacanay
Wed Jan 3, 7PM:
       

+Paulino Aglipay 

Thanksgivingg by Anandappa Family

Thurs Jan 4, 9AM
       

+Lerma Glen Ayala

Fri Jan 5, 7PM:
       

+Kelris Wilson

Sat Jan 6, 9AM
             Thanksgiving by Loreto & Rose

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Saturday, January 6
5:15PM: Purification Quinones
Sunday, January 7
9AM: The Parishioners & + Louis DeSouza
12:15PM:  In  Honour  of  the  Mother  of  God  & 

    Blessed Paul VI

5:30PM: +Florinda Mutoc

VIGIL CANDLES

Saturday, Jan 6—Friday, Jan 12

Sanctuary Tabernacle: + Chapel Tabernacle: +

COFFEE SUNDAY:

Last Sun of the Month

9AM Mass: Coffee Sunday Group; 12:15PM Mass: Thank

you Volunteers for your generosity.

INTERCESSORY PRAYER GROUP

Need Prayer Help?

Call Beth at 416-467-6492. Your intention will be
emailed out to this prayer community. Only first

name and intention will be shared.

COMMUNION FOR THE SICK & SHUT-INS

Call parish office and let us know—416-429-4000

FORMED

The Catholic Faith On Demand—Free To You

Movies, documentaries, apologetics, youth, faith

formation, Bible studies, current topics, youth;

talks, audio dramas, audio books. Spanish too. Go

to “formed.org”; input our parish access code:

MRFX27; fill out your profile and password.

THANK YOU FOR YOUR SUPPORT

Last Sunday’s Offering—$????

To break even weekly—$3,000 needed.

CONFIRMATION—UPCOMING

Session 4—Wed Jan 31, 2018, at 7:30PM

FIRST HOLY COMMUNION—UPCOMING

2nd Test—Section 2—Reconciliation

This is preparation for the young people’s first

Confession. Make appointment for last week of

January or anytime in Feb. First Confession will be

on Sat, March 17 @ 11AM in the Church.

SENIOR’S GROUP

Meets after 9AM Mass on the 2

nd

& 4

th

Thurs of

Month—Next Meeting IS THURSDAY, Jan 11

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   The Holy Family of Jesus, Mary & Joseph    

December 31, 2017 

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150 Gateway Blvd., Toronto, ON., M3C 3E2            

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VOCATIONS

By Baptism we are God's holy family.

Pray today for the grace to live faithfully your vocation
as a single, married, ordained or consecrated person. If

God is calling you, contact Fr. Chris Lemieux, Vocation

Director, Archdiocese of Toronto 416-968-0997


vocations@archtoronto.org

www.vocationstoronto.ca

NEXT CATHOLIC MOM’S GROUP

Next Meeting is Saturday, Jan 27, 1—3PM

SMILE

Getting Rid Of Them

Taking It With You

Lying on his deathbed, the rich, miserly old man calls

to his long-suffering wife. "I want to take all my money

with me," he tells her. "So promise me you’ll put it in

the casket."

After the man dies, his widow attends the memorial

service with her best friend. Just before the undertaker

closes the coffin, she places a small metal box inside.

Her friend looks at her in horror. "Surely," she says,

"you didn’t put the money in there."

"I did promise him I would," the widow answers. "So I

got it all together, deposited every penny in my

account, and wrote him a check. If he can cash it, he

can spend it."

ADORATION OF OUR LORD IN THE

BLESSED SACRAMENT

Takes place in the Adoration Chapel

Every  Friday:  9AM  to  6PM,  concludes  with  evening
p r a y e r

a n d

B e n e d i c t i o n  a t

5:40PM.  Come  for

a  few  minutes  or

an  hour  and  keep

watch  with  the

Lord.  Pray  for

o t h e r s ,  t h e

C h u r c h ,  y o u r

family, yourself.

BLACK NAZARENE NOVENA

Sun, Dec 31—1:15PM / Mon, Jan 1—1:15PM / Tues, Jan

2—8:45AM / Wed, Jan 3—6:45PM / Thurs, Jan 4—

8:45AM / Fri, Jan 5—6:45PM / Sat, Jan 6—8:45AM /

Sun, Jan 7—1:15PM / Mon, Jan 8—6:45PM / Tues, Jan 9

—FEAST DAY

MAJOR RELIC OF SAINT FRANCIS XAVIER

T

o Visit The Archdiocese Of Toronto—Jan 12 – 14

A  first-degree  relic  of  missionary  St  Francis  Xavier  is
coming to the Archdiocese of Toronto. The forearm of
the  saint,  permanently  displayed  at  the Church  of  the
Gesù  in  Rome…will  be  hosted  by  St.  Michael’s
Cathedral  Basilica  Jan12,  St  Francis  Xavier  Church,
Mississauga  Jan13  &  Our  Lady  of  Lourdes  Parish,
Toronto Jan14.

This is the first time the relic has been on Canadian soil.
The body of St Francis Xavier, which is in Goa, India, as
well as the relic of his arm, are incorrupt—they have not
experienced  natural  decay  since  his  death  in  1552.
Close  to  100,000  people  will  visit  the  various  events
across  the  country—the  same  number  of  people  it  is
believed Francis baptized with his right arm and hand.

2018 ENVELOPES

NOW AVAILABLE FOR PICK UP.

Envelope users are the major supporters of our Parish.

We depend on you. THANK YOU!

For  regular  users,  if  there  are  changes  in  address  and
contact info please advice the office.

FIRST FRIDAY OF THE MONTH

OVERNIGHT VIGIL HAS ARRIVED AT

St John XXIII—ADORATION CHAPEL

BEGINS THIS FRIDAY: Jan 5 and continues on every first

Friday of the Month.

The Catholic Women’s League of the Parish is sponsoring

this devotion. They invite us all to join them.

Vigil Begins Fri 7:30PM and ends Sat 7:30AM

Contact: Elaine Shaver—647-713-1198

Benefits

Most of the benefits will be invisible. The measurable

benefits will occur in individual lives:

• Increased faith in the True Presence of our Lord in the

Blessed Sacrament

• Answered prayer requests, both spiritual and material

• Conversions of heart and overcoming of habitual sins

• Families growing closer together

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   The Holy Family of Jesus, Mary & Joseph    

December 31, 2017 

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FEASTS OF THE WEEK

Optional  Memorial:  The  Most  Holy  Name  of  Jesus—
Wed, Jan 3
: Although Saint Paul might claim credit for
promoting  devotion  to  the  Holy  Name  because  Paul
wrote  in  Philippians  that  God  the  Father  gave  Christ
Jesus  “that  name  that  is  above  every  name”

(2:9)

,  this

devotion  became  popular  because  of  12th-century
Cistercian  monks  and  nuns  but  especially  through  the
preaching of St Bernardine of Siena, a

15th-century Franciscan

.

Bernardine used devotion to the Holy Name of Jesus as
a  way  of  overcoming  bitter  and  often  bloody  class
struggles and family

r i v a l r i e s  o r

v e n d e t t a s  i n

I t a l i a n  c i t y -

s t a t e s .  T h e

devotion  grew,

partly  because  of

Franciscan  and

D o m i n i c a n

p r e a c h e r s .  I t

spread  even  more

widely  after  the

J e s u i t s  b e g a n

promoting  it  in

the 16th century.

In 1530, Pope Clement V approved an Office of the Holy
Name  for  the  Franciscans.  In  1721,  Pope  Innocent  XIII
extended this feast to the entire Church.
Reflection:  Jesus  died  and  rose  for  the  sake  of  all
people.  No  one  can  trademark  or  copyright  Jesus’
name.  Jesus  is  the  Son  of  God  and  son  of  Mary.
Everything that exists was created in and through the
Son  of God

(Col1:15-20)

. The  name  of  Jesus  is  debased  if

any  Christian  uses  it  as  justification  for  berating  non-
Christians.  Jesus  reminds  us  that  because  we  are  all
related  to  him  we  are,  therefore,  all  related  to  one
another.
Optional  Memorial:  St  Elizabeth  Seton,  Religious—
Thurs, Jan 4
:
“Mother Seton is one of the keystones of
the  American  Catholic  Church.  She  founded  the  first
American  religious  community  for  women,  the Sisters
of Charity. She opened the first American parish school
and established the first American Catholic orphanage.
All this she did in the span of 46 years while raising her
five children.
Elizabeth  Ann  Bayley  Seton  is  a  true  daughter  of  the
American  Revolution,  born  Aug,  1774,  just  two  years
before  the  Declaration  of  Independence.  By  birth  and
marriage,  she  was  linked  to  the  first  families  of  New
York  and  enjoyed  the  fruits  of  high  society.  Reared  a
staunch  Episcopalian,  she  learned  the  value  of  prayer,
Scripture and a nightly examination of conscience. Her
father, Dr Bayley, did not have much use for churches

but was a great humanitarian, teaching his daughter to
love and serve others.
The  early  deaths  of  her  mother  in  1777  and  her  baby
sister in 1778 gave Elizabeth a feel for eternity and the
temporariness  of  the  pilgrim  life  on  earth.  Far  from
being  brooding  and  sullen,  she  faced  each  new
“holocaust,” as she put it, with hopeful cheerfulness.

At 19, Elizabeth was the belle of New York and married
a  handsome,  wealthy  businessman,  William  Magee
Seton. They had five children before his business failed
and  he  died  of  tuberculosis.  At  30,  Elizabeth  was
widowed, penniless, with five small children to support.
While  in  Italy  with  her  dying  husband,  Elizabeth
witnessed Catholicity  in  action  through  family  friends.
Three basic points led her to become a Catholic: belief
in  the  Real  Presence,  devotion  to  the  Blessed  Mother
and conviction that the Catholic Church led back to the
apostles and to Christ. Many of her family and friends
rejected  her  when  she  became  a  Catholic  in  March
1805.

To  support  her  children,  she  opened  a  school  in
Baltimore. From the beginning, her group followed the
lines  of  a  religious  community,  which  was  officially
founded in 1809.
The  thousand  or  more  letters  of  Mother  Seton  reveal
the  development

of  her  spiritual  life

from  ordinary

goodness  to  heroic

s a n c t i t y.  S h e

suffered  great  trials

o f  s i c k n e s s ,

misunderstanding,

t h e  d e a t h  o f

l o v e d  o n e s  ( h e r

husband and two

young  daughters)

a n d

t h e

h e a r t a c h e  o f  a

wayward  son.

She  died  Jan  1821,

and  became  the  first  American-born  citizen  to  be
beatified  (1963)  and  then  canonized  (1975).  She  is
buried in Emmitsburg, Maryland.

Reflection:  Elizabeth Seton  had  no  extraordinary  gifts.
She  was  not  a  mystic  or  stigmatic.  She  did  not
prophesy  or  speak  in  tongues.  She  had  two  great
devotions:  abandonment  to  the  will  of  God  and  an
ardent love for the Blessed Sacrament. She wrote to a
friend,  Julia  Scott,  that  she  would  prefer  to  exchange
the world for a “cave or a desert.” “But God has given
me  a  great  deal  to  do,  and  I  have  always  and  hope
always to prefer his will to every wish of my own.” Her
brand  of  sanctity  is  open  to  everyone  if  we  love  God
and do his will.

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   The Holy Family of Jesus, Mary & Joseph    

December 31, 2017 

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This  Sunday’s  Readings:  Sirach  3:2-6,12-14;  Psalm
128:1-2, 3, 4-5; Colossians 3:12-21; Luke 2:22-40

Why  did  Jesus  choose  to  become  a  baby  born  of  a
mother and father and to spend all but His last years
living in an ordinary human family? In part, to reveal
God’s  plan  to  make  all  people  live  as  one  “holy
family” in His Church (see 2 Corinthians 6:16-18).

In  the  Holy  Family  of  Jesus,  Mary  and  Joseph, God
reveals our true home. We’re to live as His children,
“chosen  ones,  holy  and  beloved,”  as  the  First
Reading puts it.

The  family  advice  we  hear  in  today’s  readings  –  for
mothers,  fathers  and  children  –  is  all  solid  and
practical.  Happy  homes  are  the  fruit  of  our
faithfulness  to  the  Lord,  we  sing  in  today’s  Psalm.
But the Liturgy is inviting us to see more, to see how,
through our family obligations and relationships, our
families become heralds of the family of God that He
wants to create on earth.

Jesus shows us this in today’s Gospel. His obedience
to  His  earthly  parents  flows  directly  from  His
obedience to the will of His heavenly Father. Joseph
and Mary aren’t identified by name, but three times
are called “his parents” and are referred to separately
as his “mother” and “father.” The emphasis is all on
their  “familial”  ties  to  Jesus.  But  these  ties  are
emphasized only so that Jesus, in the first words He
speaks  in  Luke’s  Gospel,  can  point  us  beyond  that
earthly relationship to the Fatherhood of God.

In what Jesus calls “My Father’s house,” every family
finds  its  true  meaning  and  purpose  (see  Ephesians
3:15). The Temple we read about in the Gospel today
is God’s house, His dwelling (see Luke 19:46). But it’s
also an image of the family of God, the Church (see
Ephesians 2:19-22; Hebrews 3:3-6; 10:21).

In our families we’re to build up this household, this
family, this living temple of God. Until He reveals His
new dwelling among us, and says of every person: “I
shall  be  his  God  and  he  will  be  My  son”  (see
Revelation 21:3,7).

“…My Eyes Have Seen Your Salvation…A Light For

Revelation To The Gentiles And For Glory To Your People

Israel”

Simeon

DR. SCOTT HAHN

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CATHOLIC ANSWERS

www.catholic.com

ROCK AND CORNERSTONE

Question

What is the difference between Peter being

the rock and Jesus being the cornerstone in

Matthew 16:18?

Answer

Sacred  Scripture  uses  images  taken  from

human  sense  experience.  The  image  of  a

rock foundation is from nature; the image

of  a  cornerstone  is  from  human  art  in

architecture. They  are  similar  in  that  they

are  both  stone  and  on  both  depend  the

stability of what is built from them.

There are many images and names that are

used  both  of  Christ  and  his  members,  of

God  and  his  creatures.  This  is  possible

because,  in  the  case  of  Christ,  his  human

creatures  are  all  actual  or  potential

members  of  his.  He  says  of  his  member:

"Whatsoever you do the least of these my

brothers, you have done it unto me." That

includes naming. Peter is a "rock" because

Christ is a rock. In the other direction, the

faithful  experience  or  should  experience

that Christ is a rock because of the rocklike

faith  of  Peter  and  his  successors.  So,  in  a

sense there is no difference.

In theology and liturgy, words that speak of

God  also  tell  us  of  creatures,  and  words

that speak of creatures also tell us of God.

But  in  the  end  we  must  remember  that

what and who God is goes far beyond any

human words or names. Before this reality,

St. Peter the Rock exclaimed, "Depart from

me,  Lord,  for  I  am  a  sinful  man!"  How

beautiful  that  our  Saviour  and  his  Father

and their life-giving Spirit both correspond

in  a  way  to  our  human  words  and  yet  are

also so far beyond them. We have a lot to

look forward to in heaven!

YOUTH GROUPS

Happy New Year! I hope you have enjoyed the Christmas and

holiday season with your family and friends. I pray God

continues to bless our ministry and time together, that we

would seek to know, love and serve Christ more each time we

gather together in His name. Looking forward to what God has

planned for our ministry in 2018.

Upcoming Youth Events

Next Kids of the Cross Night: Service

Fri, January 12 from 6:00 - 8:00pm in the Parish hall.

Next God Squad Night: Service

Friday, January 19 from 6:00 - 8:00pm in the Parish hall

Announcements:

Catholic Women’s League from St. John XXIII Parish Council

have, for the third year in a row, invited our youth ministry to

participate in youth awards taking place throughout the

Diocese. This year, there are two contests, one service award,

and one scholarship that youth in our Parish can apply for.

Deadlines are to be announced soon.

Mary Matthews Public Speaking Contest

Grade 7 & 8 students are invited to prepare a speech with a

topic of their choice. We are looking for two youth to represent

St J XXIII Parish. Details regarding criteria and prizes can be

found in packages that are available in the youth minister’s

office.

Mary Dobell Pro-Life Essay & Poetry Contest

The Mary Dobell Pro-Life Essay & Poetry Contest supports and

encourages an awareness and positive attitude towards a broad

range of pro-life issues. We are looking for two intermediate

level students (grades 7-9) to write an essay and poem, and two

senior level students (grades 10-12) to write an essay and a

poem. Details regarding criteria and prizes can be found in

packages that are available in the youth minister’s office.

Jean McCann Service Award

The Jean McCann Service Award for youth recognizes and

affirms the role played in our Parishes by our confirmed Catholic

youth ages 15-18. It is hoped that by recognizing a young

person with this award we can emphasize the necessity of

service to others and show appreciation to those young people

who are taking the Gospel message seriously. There is an

application form to be completed with a written submission

component. Details regarding criteria and prizes can be found

in packages that are available in the youth minister’s office.

University of Toronto, St. Michael’s College Scholarship

This scholarship is open to any young woman who is of the

Catholic faith, who is completing her secondary school

education, and who had indicated on her application to the

University of Toronto that St. Michael’s College is her first

college of choice. The applicant must be entering the Faculty of

Arts and Sciences in one of the following areas of study:

Commerce, Computer Science, Humanities and Social Sciences,

or Sciences. The value of this non-renewable scholarship is

$3,000. Details regarding eligibility can be found in packages

that are available in the youth minister’s office.

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December 31, 2017 

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MORE GOOD NEWS

Catholic Women’s League (CWL)

& K of C of St JXXIII

The Catholic Women’s League of JXXIII & the

Knights of Columbus are donating a new floor for

our Hall this summer.

Also, CWL have kindly accepted to research the
possibility of federal financing for a wheel-chair

lift that can be installed on the staircase leading

down to the hall. This is a program offered to
charitable institutions for disability access to

buildings.

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December 31, 2017 

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