29 September, 2010

Richard Dawkins & Co. = Paisley 2.0? | First Things

Richard Dawkins & Co. = Paisley 2.0? | First Things

Mother Teresa as model for NGO's? Not a bad idea!!

When I studied at St. Peter's Seminary in London, Ontario, it was obligatory for all seminarians to volunteer in the 'Save a Family Plan' office which was headquartered there. ('Headquartered is a lavish term for one small office in the basement!

It was one charity that actually delivered more than 100% of every donation to direct care of the poor in India, working often in partnership with the Sisters of Charity. 

If it is possible to do this, why do some NGO's (UNICEF being a prime example) spend so much of their revenue on overhead, staffing and 'educational' (read 'lobbying' here) efforts.

Mother Teresa certainly set the standard that all who work with the poor must strive to attain. 

America Magazine

Atheist unwittingly makes strong case for God « SoCon Or Bust

Atheist unwittingly makes strong case for God « SoCon Or Bust

For the Love of Dog! | Blogs | NCRegister.com

For the Love of Dog! | Blogs | NCRegister.com

27 September, 2010

A Life Tale that illustrates a principle that girds Christian faith and an answer to the question of what to do 'When the Rubber Hits the Road'.

A friend in need is a friend indeed! Someone needs a lift?  - Offer yourself in service!


Here’s a little modern parable I received today. Given all the heat and heaviness of many of our discussions, it holds a truth that all of us can agree on. Perhaps its might even inspire an improvement in the tenor of some of the posts.

Enjoy.

Fr. Tim


A mouse looked through the crack in the wall to see the farmer and his wife open a package.

"What food might this contain?" The mouse wondered.

He was devastated to discover it was a mousetrap.

Retreating to the farmyard,the mouse proclaimed this warning :  "There is a mousetrap in the house! There is a mousetrap in the house!"

The chicken clucked and scratched, raised her head and said, "Mr. Mouse, I can tell this is a grave concern to you, but it is of no consequence to me.  I cannot be bothered by it."

The mouse turned to the pig and told him,"There is a mousetrap in the house! There is a mousetrap in the house!"

The pig sympathized, but said,"I am so very sorry, Mr. Mouse,but there is nothing I can do about it but pray. Be assured you are in my prayers."

The mouse turned to the cow and said,"There is a mousetrap in the house! There is a mousetrap in the house!"The cow said, "Wow, Mr. Mouse. I'm sorry for you, but it's no skin off my nose."

So, the mouse returned to the house,head down and dejected, to face the farmer's mousetrap. . . Alone. . .

That very night a sound was heard throughout the house -- the sound Of a mousetrap catching its prey.The farmer's wife rushed to see what was caught. In the darkness, she did not see it. It was a venomous snake whose tail was caught in the trap. The snake bit the farmer's wife. The farmer rushed her to the hospital.

When she returned home she still had a fever.Everyone knows you treat a fever with fresh chicken soup. So the farmer took his hatchet to the farmyard for the soup's main ingredient. But his wife's sickness continued.

Friends and neighbors  came to sit with her around the clock. To feed them, the farmer butchered the pig. But, alas,the farmer's wife did not get well...  She died.

So many people came for her funeral that the farmer had the cow slaughtered to provide enough meat for all of them for the funeral luncheon.

And the mouse looked upon it all from his crack in the wall with great sadness.

So, the next time you hear someone is facing a problem and you think it doesn't concern you, remember ---
When one of us is threatened, we are all at risk. We are all involved in this journey called life. We must keep an eye out for one another and make an extra effort to encourage one another.

- REMEMBER - EACH OF US IS A VITAL THREAD IN ANOTHER PERSON'S TAPESTRY. OUR LIVES ARE WOVEN TOGETHER FOR A REASON.

Hebrew Cosmology.

In the comment threads, we are talking about the appropriate image that illustrates the Hebraic world view.


This is for you STG!

Fr. Tim

'The Catholicity of Starbucks!' - Catholic Phoenix

Now this is inspired!! 'The Catholicity of Starbucks!' I wish I had thought of it first!


What a catechetical inspiration that explains Catholic concepts brilliantly!


COOL!!

Catholic Phoenix

25 September, 2010

The Pope's Banker Weathers the Storm

The Pope's Banker Weathers the Storm

Prominent atheist says Catholicism is least tolerated religion in Europe :: Catholic News Agency (CNA)

Prominent atheist says Catholicism is least tolerated religion in Europe :: Catholic News Agency (CNA)

Busy, Busy, Busy!!

I apologize to those who might have visited the site over the past week and been discouraged with the lack of new material. I am finally seeing the end (please God!!!) of the wave of funerals that have hit our little town of Mattawa. Not only have these funerals kept me from being able to take a day off for the past few weeks, but it's kept me away from my computer as well.

Hopefully I'll get back to some regular and substantive postings over the next few days, as well as re-engaging in some of the excellent discussions that had developed in the comment threads of previous posts.

Fr. Tim

Catholics and Orthodox report promising progress in latest round of unity talks | Analysis & Opinion |

Authentic Ecumenism is bearing fruit! I say 'authentic' because this process has not been based upon reducing dogma to its lowest common denominator but rather it searches to find the truth of dogma that can be accepted by all. It is not a reductionist approach... it is one based upon a mutual understanding of belief.

This news should give all Catholics, Roman & Orthodox a sense of joyful anticipation for a renewed sense of communion between our two rites. 

Catholics and Orthodox report promising progress in latest round of unity talks | Analysis & Opinion |

23 September, 2010

Atheists Commandments

The National Post religion blog (The Holy Post) has published an article written by Jackson Doughart, a student of political science at the University of Prince Edward Island and a member of the Canadian Secular Alliance in which he states that B16 misrepresented what 'secularism' actually is. In the comment threads that follow (still the best discussion in the MSM on the subject of religion and life) someone stated that atheists did not have a set of beliefs whereas theists killed people with their beliefs.


It got me to thinking. Soon I was typing away at a version of the '10 Commandments' for atheists. It is a pretty rough first draft and I'm most certainly open to suggestions as to how they could be improved. Yet it should serve to provoke an interesting conversation.


Let me know what you think.


1. Thou shall not believe in any God beyond natural selection, and personal choice and autonomy
2. Thou shall not permit the spending of any tax revenues on any organization that has a religious connection
3. Thou shall recognize religious believers as 'less intelligent' than others and shall denigrate them as Dimwits and Simpletons.
4. It is permissible to kill people (abortion, euthanasia etc.), but not baby seals, birds, whales, bears, and rabbits…
5. Any sexual act is acceptable, desirable, laudable, and to be encouraged, so long as adults consent.
6. Thou must scrub every vestige of 'God' from the public square
7. Believers are to be restricted to expressing their belief in their churches or homes only
8. Thou shall not judge the actions of any one else (so long as they do not harm you)
9. One need not honor commitments made to others (divorce etc.) –except in financial matters.
10. Scientific cognition is the sole arbiter of what is truth, BUT ALL OTHER COGNITION IS AND MUST REMAIN RELATIVE.



Opinion: Pope’s comments misrepresent secularism | Holy Post | National Post

Vatican Issues Defense of Seizure From Its Bank - NYTimes.com

Vatican Issues Defense of Seizure From Its Bank - NYTimes.com

20 September, 2010

The Straight Lines of Providence | First Things

Fr. Raymond deSouza, a priest of the Archdiocese of Kingston and media columnist was the homilist at Fr. Richard Neuhaus' funeral mass - and he gave the single best homily that I have ever heard at any funeral. Here is the text to another homily he offered at a mass celebrating RJN's 20th anniversary of ordination as a Catholic priest. He has another winner! 

I don't know if it's because of the great material in RJN's life, or whether he is as gifted as I think he is, but I'd be honored to have such a priest as Fr. Raymond preach at my funeral (but not too soon I hope!).


Fr. Tim

The Straight Lines of Providence | First Things

POPE'S UK VISIT: Benedict XVI's parting message as he flies home | Mail Online

Here are my two favorite two lines taken from the Daily Mail as the Papal visit to England came to an end. I admit that I feared the worst as there was so much negative publicity prior to the visit, with predictions of every sort of confrontation and trouble, but as the article makes clear that the faith (once again!) triumphed over the malevolence of its opponents.


"The popularity of his visit confounded opponents who predicted thin congregations and empty parks."  
&
  "By last night the protesters appeared defeated, with celebrity objectors virtually silent and demonstrations against the visit few and muted."

Viva el Papa!

POPE'S UK VISIT: Benedict XVI's parting message as he flies home | Mail Online

19 September, 2010

The hermeneutic of continuity: News of the World calls Benedict "People's Pope"

The hermeneutic of continuity: News of the World calls Benedict "People's Pope"

The Pope's Last Wishes in the United Kingdom

The Pope's Last Wishes in the United Kingdom

Winter will be colder, longer than last year - CTV News

Winter will be colder, longer than last year - CTV News

Pope B16's homily at the Beatification of Cardinal John Henry Newman

Birmingham, Mass with the Beatification of Venerable Cardinal John Henry Newman at Cofton Park of Rednal, Homily of Benedict XVI, 19 September 2010

City plans to bill pastor for security around planned Quran burning - CNN.com

Hooray!!! There is justice in the land after all!



City plans to bill pastor for security around planned Quran burning - CNN.com

17 September, 2010

Whispers in the Loggia: "Side By Side"... "Face to Face"

Whispers in the Loggia: "Side By Side"... "Face to Face"

Al Qaeda Plot to Kill Pope Benedict XVI Foiled In London By Scotland Yard « The American Catholic

Al Qaeda Plot to Kill Pope Benedict XVI Foiled In London By Scotland Yard « The American Catholic

Archbishop Chaput speaks about Catholics obligations to be involved in society



H/T to Pacheco from SoCon or Bust

Whispers in the Loggia: "Search For Him, Know Him and Love Him, and He Will Set You Free"

Text of B16's homily in Scotland

Whispers in the Loggia: "Search For Him, Know Him and Love Him, and He Will Set You Free"

CBC News - World - 5 arrested over potential threat to Pope

PRAY FOR THE SAFETY OF THE POPE!! Send your guardian angel to keep him safe throughout his visit to the UK! 

CBC News - World - 5 arrested over potential threat to Pope

16 September, 2010

Why 'public' should not mean 'atheist'

Why 'public' should not mean 'atheist'

Somehow, we have life

Somehow, we have life

Something to brighten a rainy day

With thanks to Michael at 'Freedom through Truth', who was inspired by the weather there (and here) today to remember this song from a few years ago. It does help to see the beauty of such a day to listen to a quiet and inspiring song such as this one. We can think of this song as an ode of love from one to another, or between God and us. Or we can just enjoy 2:20 minutes of soothing music. Either way, it's a nice thing to do on a cold and wet day like today.

 

A Promise to Pope John Paul II | First Things

A column from George Weigel

A Promise to Pope John Paul II | First Things

15 September, 2010




Omid Djalili, an Iranian comic offers a wonderful insight into how the Islamic and Western worlds have perverse views of each other. His line about CNN interviewing 'Muslim Nutcase with a hook' as representing Islam and comparing it to the Al Jazerra interviewing the Grand Knight of the KKK is both funny and true!


Maybe if we learned and practiced what he suggests and actually take the time to learn about each other we might find a that we are not as hostile to each other as the media portrays.


Just a thought.


Fr. Tim

Quebec's collective depression

Quebec's collective depression

This Pope is a great man, badly served by bishops unfamiliar with his writings – Telegraph Blogs

This Pope is a great man, badly served by bishops unfamiliar with his writings – Telegraph Blogs

Alan Lurie: Why Does God Hide?

Alan Lurie: Why Does God Hide?

14 September, 2010

Fides et Ratio « The American Catholic

Fides et Ratio « The American Catholic

Should the Pope face charges? - Macleans.ca

Folks have written to me asking why I cross post articles like this one from Maclean's Magazine in Canada. I do so for a few basic reasons.


First I do so because it is a significant part of the reality of peoples convictions about the Church in these sordid tales. Each story in itself does not inflict unique or specific damage to the Church (my sad little Diocese being the exception that proves the rule - as this article demonstrates once again), but their accumulation can over time  become  serious and genuine drifts which obstructs us from doing what Christ called us to: making present the Kingdom of God in anticipation of the Lord's coming. As a Canadian, I know that even a few snow flakes can be blown together into a drift which can imprison us until it is cleared away. Right about now, the snow that has been gathered by these evil winds has almost snowed in the voice of faith, locking them into the sanctuaries of Church and individual conscience.


I also post these stories as an alarm of both stormy times ahead and a weakened ark of faith beneath us. We are most certainly suffering the consequences of sins of our brothers and fathers. Scripture is right when it teaches that the sins of the fathers will set the teeth of the sons on edge. It was evidently a prediction of the extensive damage these sinners would wreck upon the barque of Peter.  He was telling us that this particular crime would bring decay to the ribs and planking of the ark of the church, threatening its ability navigate safely in turbulent waters. The ship of faith is still in danger of being  holed if the hands on the wheel do not steer with authority, strength and wisdom. We may be near or far from the end of the Church's mission; only God knows when that day will come. We need all hands on deck to pump out water and effect immediate repairs  if we hope to guide her to the promised port of entry into eternity without drowning her passengers and crew.


Perhaps it is a lack of courage on our part that has aided this work of evil and destruction. If we had served justice and called for mercy and compassion with fervor, people would have seen the Church as it is, a divine instrument sullied with human sin and frailty. Very few demand perfection of the Church, but it cannot be denied that many have been found wanting when measured by the standards of the religious life and leadership. Spirituality is not something that should only cloak the depravity of our souls. We must receive it into the center of our souls, binding it to our hearts with bands of steel so that it may charge us with divine purpose and love as befits the Body of Christ. However, it was not intended to be kept in there. We are to use it as a map and guide for our voyage together as social beings - brothers and sisters of species and genus. If this blog has stood for anything it is that ALL people, no matter their creed or conviction should be welcomed and encouraged to share any insight, teaching or conviction  on all and any areas of life,  spiritual and temporal.


I believe that there is such a thing as 'Truth'. I believe that 'Love' exists too. As a Catholic member of the Body of Christ, I believe in the Truth of Father, Son and Spirit. I believe also that we   share in a likeness of form and substance which implies a communion of purpose and a social path of reasoned cooperation to achieve the greatest good for the greatest number. Our social nature necessitates that we all respect the right to live our lives by the dictates of our conscience so long as it is a legitimate expression of that 'natural law' writ deep within each one's mind and soul; that crucible of conscience where beliefs, personal and collective are formed. That compass of mind and heart that points the way to our destination and which allows us to determine if we are 'on course' or not.


Surely it is right and proper for all to enter into any arena of common conscience where issues of truth and morality are weighed and debated, to speak freely, clearly and charitably their personal convictions. I pray and work each day that this blog be a place where such discussions can take place. I believe that it will be a midrash which emerges from the confluence of different ideas and arguments that will point the best way for us to set sail together. Only when  we (and I speak here as a Catholic cleric) have both spoken and listened with clarity and charity to each other may we hope to begin to assess and repair the damage done by the sins of our spiritual brothers and fathers when their hands guided our ship of faith.


The elders of the Algonquin nations of the Ottawa Valley are oft heard to say that a thousand mile journey  begins with a single step.  Living along the water most of my life has taught me that repairs to any ship  needs to be completed one task at a time, with each their part to right the ship if it lists and keep it on course, safe from shoal or reef. It is be a long and arduous but necessary task for Catholics if they wish to keep the ship, crew and passengers safe. But to mine a bit of maternal family wisdom, 'many hands make light work'. If everyone joins the conversation, the wisdom of these times will become clearer to discern for the wisdom of the Church is that its teachings of faith does not 'pull oar' in opposition to the wisdom discovered in the realities of our social and earthly relationships.  If there's more in common than opposed in 'how' we journey, (if not in what we expect to find at the end of the journey) the ship should stay essentially on course with forces balanced, sails full and the ship underway.


Here, and on the National Post's religion blog (http://life.nationalpost.com/category/holy-post/) I do my part to enkindle these needed discussions; to move us a step closer to a community of mutual concern and fraternal love. What are you doing to incarnate your convictions? If we are of true heart and prudent judgement,  should we not be able to accomplish much to improve our world, here and now, irrespective of whether we believe there is a better one to come?


Consider it a call all our 'better angels' to help make this a better place for all. Join the conversation. 

Mass rape by paedophile Catholic priests is a myth, says secular humanist magazine – Telegraph Blogs

Mass rape by paedophile Catholic priests is a myth, says secular humanist magazine – Telegraph Blogs

13 September, 2010

Donald Trump: Nobel Laurete? It's possible!

Donald Trump is scheduled to appear on the Larry King Show on CNN this evening to discuss his offer to purchase the Manhattan property near Ground Zero upon which the Imam Feisal Abdul Rauf and his Muslim brethren intend to build the ‘Cordoba Center’, an Islamic cultural and religious center. While supporters of the project state that it little more than an ‘bridge building’ effort to the Christian west, an Islamic YMCA, its’ opponents characterize it as an insult to those thousands who perished on 9/11 and a threat to religious peace and civil liberties. They point to Youtube videos purporting to show how Islamists have intimidated and effectively taken over neighborhoods within Europe in which they impose Sharia Law upon the women under their control, in open contravention of the rule of law.


Most analysts and media commentators are calling this little more than a publicity stunt with Trump using the occasion to market himself. It need not be so. In fact, if he were to follow the example of some of his fellow billionaires, he could be a powerful agent to bring about religious peace in lower Manhattan, and perhaps around the world.


This is what I pray that he might be inspired to do. Tonight, he could offer to buy the property, with a reasonable profit to the Cordoba Center initiative, while simultaneously promising to develop the property which he would lease back to the current owners for a modest lease price. This would allow for him (or his lawyers) to ensure that he can exercise his right as landlord to evict the Cordoba Center if it violates civil law or fomented religious disquiet or extremism. By following the example of Bill and Melinda Gates or Warren Buffett in such an act of altruism, Trump could prove the power of capitalism to become the instrument of social peace and prosperity that it has brought to America and the rest of the Industrialized world. As it has done since its birth, American capitalism has conquered the religious animus that existed between numerous religious and cultural groups in the past. Conflicts from places as exotic as tribal Africa and as near as the shores of Ireland have never found root in America due to its'  strong adhesion to the principles of liberty enshrined in its' founding documents and the allure of prosperity and freedom that capitalism has produced for a large middle class of citizens. Muslim parents want to see their children prosper as do Christians. The American formula for civil and religious freedom has proven its capacity to do just that. Put simply, liberty and the prospect of familial societal and economic advancement ‘trumps’ religious fanaticism every time, so long as the game is not rigged (something Mr. Trump should know about given his rise to riches through the gaming industry).


Michael Novak, in his  book “The Universal Hunger for Liberty: Why the Clash of Civilizations Is Not Inevitable” argues this point. He points out that not only has capitalism brought America to a previously unheard of levels of personal wealth, freedom and world dominance, but it also is demonstrably the only successful model which can lift any country or culture from poverty in every corner of the world within one or two generations. From the post-WWII economies of Western Europe and Asian Tiger of Japan through to China and the Indian subcontinent, countries that have oriented their cultures and economies to harness the power of the free market have been transformed and are experiencing the same phenomena as that which created the American culture into an economic superpower.


The ‘Donald’, always keen to burnish him standing in popular culture, can also strike a blow for the rights of women as well. While Trump has used his TV series ‘The Apprentice’ to promote his daughter as a sophisticated and talented executive, ensuring that the Cordoba Center neither promotes nor practices an extreme view of Islam spawned by the anti-capitalist forces of Arab OPEC nations such as Iran and Saudi Arabia (monopolies have long been declared illegal in America, a proven detriment to greater cultural prosperity) and ensuring that the civil law of the land is respected by his tenants will do far more for to establish him as a champion of women's rights. Standing up for the women of America, and by extension all Islamic women, Trump may legitimately repair the damage done  his reputation as a womanizer and marital infidelities. It would ‘buy’ him more in world status and prestige than any alimony cheque could ever bring.


Given the standards of 2009 Nobel Peace Prize granted to American President based upon nothing more than the ‘promise of change’ in American foreign policy, Trump might be able to ride a new found acclaim to a prize of his own if he were to bring about such a rapprochement between Islam and the nations of the west. If his record to date has taught us anything, it is that Donald Trump aims high when setting goals. If he can advance the cause of world religious harmony and tolerance while acting to ensure women’s rights with the Islamic world, maybe it is not too much for him to achieve.


Just imagine. The Dali Lahma, Mother Teresa, Nelson Mandela (and perhaps Obama as well if his various peace initiatives throughout the world begin to bear results)…, and the ‘Donald, all Nobel laureates?’  If American capitalism is as alluring to Muslims as it has been to Christians and others, Trumps’ next TV address might be from Oslo in January 2011.


Who knows? Stranger things have happened.

11 September, 2010

Struggle over 'ownership' of baby split gay parents

Struggle over 'ownership' of baby split gay parents

Robert Fulford: Lessons of 9/11 | Full Comment | National Post

Robert Fulford: Lessons of 9/11 | Full Comment | National Post

A thought on 9/11

One of the greatest gifts the RC Church brings to modern debates is the corporate memory of over 2000 years of successes and failures. It has seen cultures and countries rise and collapse. It has witnessed umpteen social experiments in personal and cultural liberties and restrictions. It has participated in some of histories greatest and worst events.

Alas, these gifts are not appreciated in a world that demands instant answers and solutions. Yet I suggest that even if one does not hold to the church's  teachings and practices, one would be well served to at least give due consideration to the wisdom she offers lest we fall victim to that old dictum about repeating the errors of history. The 24/7 news channels are great at creating a sense of urgency. The internet is fantastic at offering immediate opinion and comment. Yet as we face a multitude of cultural and international crises (especially in this post 9/11 world) it is careful reflection and reason that is needed to ensure that we do not fall into an abyss of religious and cultural conflict. I offer as proof the riots, demonstrations and deaths that have been produced by something as simple as an idiotic and unsuccessful 'pastor' in Florida threatening to burn the book of Muslim scriptures.

We should not respond in a similiarily 'knee-jerk' manner. Refection, contemplation and an openness to voices of reason such as the RC Church offers is a better path.



On this anniversary of 9/11, let's all commit ourselves to walking this path for it may be the only one that will lead us to a future free from the religious and cultural violence that seems to be the hallmark of today's global village.


Fr. Tim

The Limits of Religious Tolerance | Religion and Ethics NewsWeekly

Some food for thought on the 9th anniversary of the 9/11 tragedy.

The Limits of Religious Tolerance | Religion and Ethics NewsWeekly

09 September, 2010

Daunting and Soothing: Abuse Report Gets Facts Straight

ZENIT - Daunting and Soothing: Abuse Report Gets Facts Straight

There's only ONE real 'Fr. Tim' on the National Post

G'Day Folks,

The internet is a more dangerous place than I previously thought. Evidently there is someone who is posting on the National Post (where I participate in the Holy Post religion blog) claiming to be me! The comments inevitably are insulting to Bishops, Church teaching etc. and the moniker s/he uses is some derivation of my handle, 'Fr. Tim'.

I trust that no one will be confused between the 'real deal' and a feeble minded pretender! However, as 'Michael' did in a recent message to me, I would appreciate it if you could let me know if you come across something that claims to be from me, but is not of my usual standard of decorum and argument.

Such 'fun'... and all because I argue for the faith.

Thanks for your help and assistance. 

Fr. Tim

Fidel latest to say Cuba's communism doesn't work - CTV News

Evidently, my first posting of this story did not have a good link. Try this one!

Fidel latest to say Cuba's communism doesn't work - CTV News

Fidel Castro says Cuban model no longer works

BIG BLUE WAVE: Fidel Castro says Cuban model no longer works

Weasel Zippers » Blog Archive » Prominent Italian Catholic Priest Urges European Christians to Fight off Islam by Having More Babies…

Weasel Zippers » Blog Archive » Prominent Italian Catholic Priest Urges European Christians to Fight off Islam by Having More Babies…

06 September, 2010

Technology is both weird and wonderful.

This is hard. I am posting this with my iphone (hold the insults...it's an older model that came free with my new contract. I'm finding it to be mixed blessing.

On the one hand it allows me to connect with the net virtually anywhere there are more than a few thousand people. It has been a challenge thought to finally be able to figure out had to do it! I asked my young nephew this weekend to show his old uncle how to use it to do more than phone others. With a look of disbelief, he took the thing from my hands and had me on line in less time than it took me to ask him to do it. Later,at the reception (my niece's wedding) his friends kept dropping by my table to make my acquaitance leaving me pondering whether they thought of me as being "cool" for blogging or developmentally handicapped for not knowing how to use my iPhone.

Working on such a small keyboard presents it's challenges to my old fingers and eyes. But it is now possible to be virtually connected to others 24/7. That now means that I can surf the net in those little pauses during a busy long weekend.

On the other hand it's now possible to virtually connect with the net 24/7...

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