June 14, 2015 - St. Pius V Catholic Church

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June 14, 2015 - St. Pius V Catholic Church
St. Pius V Catholic Church, Pasadena, Tx
June 14, 2015
From the Faith Formation Office
Catechists – The Office of Evangelization and Catechesis is offering a
Festival of Modules Sat. 7/18, 8 am – 5:30 pm, at St. Dominic
Center Auditorium. Contact Martin or Mary Kay if you have not
done these modules: Framework, Vocation of the Catechist,
Spirituality and Evangelization and Liturgical Catechesis.
DEADLINE for St. Pius V group registration: Monday, 7/5 in the
Faith Formation office.
Please continue to pray for our 25 new catechumens and 1 new
candidate for full communion welcomed on Sun. 5/31 –
¡Favor de continuar en orar por nuestros nuevos catecúmenos, y el
nuevo candidato con el plan de realizar una plena comunión con la
Iglesia, que se les dió la bienvenida el Dom. 5/13:
Larry Kerbow (candidate for full communion) – Rogelio Fuentes,
Jr. – Elizabeth Tamayo – Nathan Gabehart – Cesar Ramírez –
Celene Garza – Brooklyn Filberth – Madison Filberth – Matthew
Filberth –Julio González – Dulce González – Yelaida Grimaldo –
Luna Hernández – Dennise Moreno – Jaime Sánchez – Estefani
Liborio – Luis Martínez – Giselle Wong – Jesús Gutiérrez – Omar
Velazco – Miguel A. González – Rodrigo Mozqueda – Leslie
Alvarado – Brianna Bravo – Yanelly Medrano
REGISTRATION for ALL students in now open – registration for
CURRENT students continues: Mon.-Thurs. – 10 am-1 pm, in the
Faith Formation (CCE) Office.
INSCRIPCIÓN para todos los estudiantes esta ahora abierta
ESTUDIANTES QUE YA TERMINARÓN CLASES DE ESTE
ANO continua:Lunes a Jueves, 10 am - 1 pm, en la Oficina de
Formación de Fe (Catecismo).
May we continue as Jesus’ faithful disciples!
¡Que podamos continuar como fieles discípulos fieles de Jesús!
Guide our youth in the ways of Christ!
¡Guie a nuestros jóvenes en los caminos de
Cristo!
Catechists NEEDED!
If you have NOT TAUGHT for a year or more, consider these particular needs:
Help facilitate meetings once a month for
unbaptized older children and their famlies. For more information, contact Mary
Kay or Martin in the Faith Formation
(CCE) Office.
Help once a month (or less often) during
10am Mass to assist child OR adult catechumens understand more about the Gospel readings.
¡SOLICTAMOS Catequistas – favor de considerar servir en este ministerio! Para obtener más información, contactar Martín en la Oficina de Formación en la Fe (Catecismo).
LA PARROQUIA DE ST. PIUS V TE INVITA A UN RETIRO ESPIRITUAL
Sistema Integral de la Nueva Evangelización (SINE) Julio 31 y Agosto 1, 2 y 3 / 2015
“Mira que estoy a la puerta y llamo si alguno escucha
mi voz y abre, entrare´ y cenaremos juntos” Apc.3:20
¿PARA QUIEN ES ESTE RETIRO? Para mayores de 18 anos
DONDE? En la CAFETERIA de la Parroquia de St. Pius V
824 Main Pasadena Tx. 77506.
HORARIO:
Julio 31, 2015
Agosto 1, 2015
Agosto 2, 2015
Agosto 3, 2015
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7:00 pm a 9:00pm,
8:00 am a 5:30pm
8:00 am a 5:30pm
7:00 pm a 9:00pm.
(Se requiere su participación todo el tiempo del retiro)
¡Te esperamos¡
Para más información o inscribirse llame al 713-473-9484 de
lunes a jueves 9am a 2pm.
Con la Sra. Felicitas Palacios
11th Sunday in Ordinary Time
St. Pius V Catholic Church, Pasadena, Tx
June 14, 2015
Dear friends,
June is traditionally the “Month of Brides” and this year, especially, Marriage is at the forefront of the Church’s attention, with the
World Meeting of Families in Philadelphia during September and the XIV Ordinary General Assembly of the Synod of Bishops on the
Family in October.
Marriage is the foundation of the Family. It is the Sacrament of Family. I want to urge all of our parish families to enter more
deeply into this Sacrament and to invite every family which has yet to celebrate this Sacrament, whatever the situation of their lives
might be, to visit with me to explore and to pray about how they might encounter the Lord in this special way.
Elsewhere in this bulletin, there is an article by Fr. Larry Rice which talks about the Catholic Wedding Ceremony in a way which
highlights some very important aspects of our beliefs about Marriage. I encourage you to read it and to visit the websites of the World
Meeting of Families and the bishops’ website on the Synod. There is also a wealth of information at the bishops’ website for Marriage.
These links can be accessed from the homepage of the parish website http://www.stpiusvchurch.com/ or directly at the addresses below :
http://www.worldmeeting2015.org/
http://www.usccb.org/issues-and-action/marriage-and-family/2014-2015-synods-of-bishops-on-the-family.cfm#ordinary
http://www.foryourmarriage.org/
May God bless you, your family, and every family.
Fr. Joe
First Reading Ez 17:22-24
Thus says the Lord GOD: I, too, will take from the crest of the cedar, from its topmost branches tear off a tender shoot, and
plant it on a high and lofty mountain; on the mountain heights of Israel I will plant it. It shall put forth branches and bear fruit, and
become a majestic cedar. Birds of every kind shall dwell beneath it, every winged thing in the shade of its boughs.
And all the trees of the field shall know that I, the LORD, bring low the high tree, lift high the lowly tree, wither up the green
tree, and make the withered tree bloom. As I, the LORD, have spoken, so will I do.
Responsorial Psalm Ps 92 R. Lord, it is good to give thanks to you
Second Reading 2 Cor 5:6-10
Brothers and sisters: We are always courageous, although we know that while we are at home in the body we are away from
the Lord, for we walk by faith, not by sight. Yet we are courageous, and we would rather leave the body and go home to the Lord.
Therefore, we aspire to please him, whether we are at home or away. For we must all appear before the judgment seat of
Christ, so that each may receive recompense, according to what he did in the body, whether good or evil.
Gospel Mk 4:26-34
Jesus said to the crowds: “This is how it is with the kingdom of God; it is as if a man were to scatter seed on the land and
would sleep and rise night and day and through it all the seed would sprout and grow, he knows not how. Of its own accord the
land yields fruit, first the blade, then the ear, then the full grain in the ear. And when the grain is ripe, he wields the sickle at once,
for the harvest has come.”
He said, “To what shall we compare the kingdom of God, or what parable can we use for it? It is like a mustard seed that,
when it is sown in the ground, is the smallest of all the seeds on the earth. But once it is sown, it springs up and becomes the
largest of plants and puts forth large branches, so that the birds of the sky can dwell in its shade.”
With many such parables he spoke the word to them as they were able to understand it. Without parables he did not speak to
them, but to his own disciples he explained everything in private.
St. Pius V Women's Club Calendar - 2015
We would like to thank all parishioners who purchased baked goods from us at our Bake Sale. We would also like to
thank the members for their baking. Thank you all!
Proceeds will be used to help refurbish the chapel chairs. St. Pius V School will join us in undertaking this project.
Our meetings are held on the second Thursday of each month from September through May. Membership is open to any
ladies of the parish. We have a variety of activities including praying the rosary for members' intentions, fundraisers for the
parish and social events. We also take occasional bus trips to visit various sites and to visit former parish priests.
Prayer blankets are always available. Call Grace at 713-645-2987.
All ladies of the parish are invited to join our group!
11th Sunday in Ordinary Time
St. Pius V Catholic Church, Pasadena, Tx
June 14, 2015
Queridos amigos,
Junio es tradicionalmente el "Mes de las Bodas" y este año, sobre todo, el matrimonio está en la vanguardia de la atención de la
Iglesia, con el Encuentro Mundial de las Familias en Filadelfia durante septiembre y la XIV Asamblea General Ordinaria del Sínodo
de los Obispos sobre la Familia en octubre.
El matrimonio es el fundamento de la familia. Es el sacramento de la familia. Quiero instarles a todas las familias de la parroquia
a entrar más profundamente en este Sacramento y a invitarles a todas las familias que aun no celebran este sacramento, por alguna la
situación de su vida lo que sea, a venir hablar conmigo para explorar y orar acerca de cómo podrían encontrarse con el Señor de esta
manera especial.
En otra parte de este boletín, hay un artículo por el Padre Larry Rice, que habla de la ceremonia de la boda católica de una
manera que pone de relieve algunos aspectos muy importantes de nuestras creencias del matrimonio.
Les animo a leerlo y visitar los sitios web del Encuentro Mundial de las Familias y el sitio web de los obispos del Sínodo.
También hay una gran cantidad de información en las páginas web de los obispos por el Matrimonio. Se puede acceder estos enlaces
desde la página principal del sitio web de la parroquia http://www.stpiusvchurch.com/ o directamente por las siguientes:
http://www.worldmeeting2015.org/
http://www.usccb.org/issues-and-action/marriage-and-family/2014-2015-synods-of-bishops-on-the-family.cfm#ordinary
http://www.portumatrimonio.org/
Que Dios les bendiga a usted, su familia y cada familia.
Padre Joe
Primera lectura Ez 17, 22-24
Esto dice el Señor Dios: “Yo tomaré un renuevo de la copa de un gran cedro, de su más alta rama cortaré un retoño. Lo
plantaré en la cima de un monte excelso y sublime. Lo plantaré en la montaña más alta de Israel. Echará ramas, dará fruto y se
convertirá en un cedro magnífico. En él anidarán toda clase de pájaros y descansarán al abrigo de sus ramas.
Así, todos los árboles del campo sabrán que yo, el Señor, humillo los árboles altos y elevo los árboles pequeños; que seco
los árboles lozanos y hago florecer los árboles secos. Yo, el Señor, lo he dicho y lo haré”.
Salmo Responsorial Salmo 91 R. ¡Que bueno es darte gracias Señor!
Segunda lectura 2 Cor 5, 6-10
Hermanos: Siempre tenemos confianza, aunque sabemos que, mientras vivimos en el cuerpo, estamos desterrados, lejos del
Señor. Caminamos guiados por la fe, sin ver todavía. Estamos, pues, llenos de confianza y preferimos salir de este cuerpo para
vivir con el Señor.
Por eso procuramos agradarle, en el destierro o en la patria. Porque todos tendremos que comparecer ante el tribunal de
Cristo, para recibir el premio o el castigo por lo que hayamos hecho en esta vida.
Evangelio Mc 4, 26-34
En aquel tiempo, Jesús dijo a la multitud: “El Reino de Dios se parece a lo que sucede cuando un hombre siembra la
semilla en la tierra: que pasan las noches y los días, y sin que él sepa cómo, la semilla germina y crece; y la tierra, por sí sola, va
produciendo el fruto: primero los tallos, luego las espigas y después los granos en las espigas. Y cuando ya están maduros los
granos, el hombre echa mano de la hoz, pues ha llegado el tiempo de la cosecha”.
Les dijo también: “¿Con qué compararemos el Reino de Dios? ¿Con qué parábola lo podremos representar? Es como una
semilla de mostaza que, cuando se siembra, es la más pequeña de las semillas; pero una vez sembrada, crece y se convierte en el
mayor de los arbustos y echa ramas tan grandes, que los pájaros pueden anidar a su sombra”.
Y con otras muchas parábolas semejantes les estuvo exponiendo su mensaje, de acuerdo con lo que ellos podían entender.
Y no les hablaba sino en parábolas; pero a sus discípulos les explicaba todo en privado.
BAPTISM
Do you know….?
If you are planning for the Baptism of your child, you can register on the new parish website. Choose the “Faith Formation” tab and under “Sacrament Preparation”, choose “Baptism Preparation”. Information, the Baptism registration form,
and the Godparent’s information form are all available on this page.
Sabes tu….?
Si está planeando para el Bautismo de su hijo hija, usted puede inscribirse en el nuevo sitio web de la parroquia. Seleccione "Formación en la Fe" y debajo "Preparación por los Sacramentos", busque "Preparación por el Bautismo". El
formulario de inscripción del bautismo y la información para los padrinos están disponibles en esta página
11th Sunday in Ordinary Time
St. Pius V Catholic Church
June 14, 2015
Mass Intentions, Schedule for this Week
Saturday, June 13—Immaculate Heart of the Blessed Virgin Mary.
8:00 p.m. — James John †
5:30 p.m. — Joseph Roussa †
7:00 p.m. — Abraham David|†
Sunday, June 14—11th Sunday in Ordinary Time
8:00a.m. — Colleen Lightfoot
10:00a.m.— Joseph Ward †
12:00p.m.— Mirella Carza †
1:30p.m.— For the People of the Parish
7:00p.m.— Manuel Zenteno †
Monday, June 15—Weekday
8:00 a.m. — Joseph Ward †
Tuesday, June 16—Weekday
8:00 a.m. — Sister Mary Patrice Ward †
7:00 p.m. — Dr. Brian Bradley †
Wednesday, June 17—Weekday
8:00 a.m. — Thanksgiving Pham family
7:00 p.m. — Presaiders Intention
Thursday, June 18—Weekday
8:00 a.m. — James John †
Friday, June 19—Weekday
8:00 a.m. — Betty Stringer †
Saturday, June 20 —Weekday
8:00 p.m. — Frank Konieczny †
5:30 p.m. — Frederick Earl Smith
7:00 p.m. — Presiders Intention
Faith Commitment Contribution
Weekly Contributions for church Support
For weekend—June 7, 2015
Mass time
Collection
5:30pm
7:00pm
8:00am
10:00am
12:00pm
1:30pm
7:00pm
$ 695.00
$ 571.00
$ 3,657.00
$ 4,218.00
$ 863.00
$ 1,207.00
$ 1,086.50
Total
$13,297.50
Food pantry
$
Grand total
$13,317.50
20.00
Budgeted 1st Collection: $12,000.00
Upcoming 2nd Collections:
June 14—Parish Social Ministry
June 21— Peter’s Pence
June 28—Property Fund
Our goal this year is $61,000. As of June 9th:
Readings for the week of June 15th
Monday:
Tuesday
Wednesday:
Thursday:
Friday:
Saturday:
Sunday:
2 Cor 6: 1-10; Mt 5: 38-42
2 Cor 8: 1-9; Mt 5: 43-48
2 Cor 9: 6-11; Mt 6: 1-6, 16-18
2 Cor 11: 1-11; Mt 6: 7-15
2 Cor 11: 18, 21-30; Mt 6: 19-23
2 Cor 12: 1-10; Mt 6: 24-34
Jb 38: 1, 8-11; 2 Cor 5: 14-17; Mk 4 35-41
Scripture Study in English—has returned
to THURSDAY EVENINGS at 7pm in the
Parish Life Center Living room...Join us
any time.
2015
Amount pledged: $42,585.19
Amount Paid: $30,099.19
Number of participants: 206
Knights of Columbus Spaghetti Dinner—
For June 19th, we will once again be serving
spaghetti Dinner with salad, bread and tea or
coffee at the Knights of Columbus hall at 3418
Preston, from 4pm to 7pm. Dine in or take out.
The cost is $5 per plate...desserts available for
$1.
Summer Employment Opportunity:
There is an opportunity for 1 or 2 persons to assist with maintenance tasks during the summer months.
Minimum Age: 18 Years 20-30 hours/week - $8.00/hour
Please see http://www.stpiusvchurch.com/employment-enquiry for more information.
Pray for Peace ~ & Remember in your Prayers — Recuerda en sus oraciones
Irma Canamar, Tom & Joyce Ratis, Avery Speaks, Daoud Forouzan, George Martinez, Miriam Esther, Fontalvo Jimenez, Sandra Aguilar,
Sylvia Lovell, Jorge Luis Solis, Alan & Ellaine Martinez, Anthony Fineo, Jose Gonzalez, Sophia Sereni, Angela Garcia, Paula Gann, Mike
Coman, Dula Olvera Fernandez, Delores Stasney, Ivan Zavala, Sr. Mary John Trevino, Sr. Krysia Pillon, Danny Corleto, Joel Arias, Sr., Petra
Rodriguez, Alberta Welch, Gary Sanders, Joyce Gholson, Bernice Derrough, Jose Aldo Ramon, Cynthia Mendoza, Cecilia Eckenrode, Ida
Guerra, Febronio J Rangel, Jr., Febronio J Rangel, III, Jalisa M Guerra, Philip Hebert, Gary Smith, Diane Edwards, Patsy Ramos, Mary
Henson, Chanté Moore, Sebastian Galvan, Denna Edwards Herreth, Valeriano Leija, Joe Rubio, Melissa Sisti, Fidencio Ruiz, Maggie
Hernandez, Jessie Cruz, Jody Palacios, Martha Lucio, Betty Finn, Vicente Flores, Dennis & Kathlene Bendele, Lalo Resendez, Julia Ortega,
Frank Cruz, Celia Galvan, Frances Montalvo, Jesse Hernandez, Jr., Al Clausen, Jr., Nathan Gaither, Matthew Hall.
For repose of the soul of Brenda Aranda, Regina Jay Rivera
11th Sunday in Ordinary Time
St. Pius V Catholic Church
June 14, 2015
Things You Won’t See at a Catholic Wedding by Fr. Larry Rice
There are few events in life that are as steeped in tradition as a wedding. And the traditions surrounding weddings
come to us through our families, our friends, our culture, and our religious traditions. But every religious tradition handles weddings differently, and some of the things that people expect to see and hear, are often not part of the Catholic
way of celebrating weddings.
For example, in some traditions, at the conclusion of the procession into the church, the presiding minister may ask,
“Who gives this woman to be married?” And the father of the bride will be expected to respond that he, or he and his
wife, do. At Catholic weddings, it’s presumed that the bride—and the groom for that matter—give themselves to each
other.
If you’ve ever seen a wedding on a television series, you’re probably familiar with the dramatic possibilities that
arise when the minister asks, “If anyone knows any reason why these two should not be wed, let him speak now, or forever hold his peace.” Well, we Catholics don’t do that. In many places, notices of upcoming weddings are published,
allowing anyone with objections to come forward before the couple gets to the altar.
Another touching moment in most TV weddings is the phrase, “With this ring, I thee wed.” For us Catholics, the
moment of the marriage is the exchange of consent, and the speaking of the vows. The ring is a symbol of the union that
has already taken place. We bless wedding rings, and they are exchanged with the phrase, “Take this ring as a sign of my
love and fidelity, in the name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Spirit.”
Another thing we don’t say at Catholic weddings is “I now pronounce you man and wife.” We believe that the couple becomes husband and wife not because the minister declares them to be such, but because they have given their consent and made their vows to each other. The function of the priest or deacon is to preside and witness these vows, not to
make the marriage happen. Through all of the ceremony, the emphasis is on what the bride and groom do, and not on
anyone else.
This celebration of love and unity mirrors the love of God for his people, and should inspire all of us to be more
loving, more committed people.
Copyright © 2015, United States Conference of Catholic Bishops, Washington, DC. All rights reserved.
Cosas Que Usted No Verá En Una Boda Católica por el P. Larry Rice
Hay pocos eventos en la vida que son tan llena de tradición como una boda. Y las tradiciones que rodean las bodas vienen a nosotros a través de nuestras familias, nuestros amigos, nuestra cultura y nuestras tradiciones religiosas.
Pero cada tradición religiosa maneja las bodas en una manera diferente, y algunas de las cosas que la gente espera ver y
oír, a menudo no son parte de la forma católica de celebrar bodas.
Por ejemplo, en algunas tradiciones al final de la procesión en la iglesia, el ministro que preside puede preguntar, "¿Quién entrega a esta mujer para que se case?" Y se espera que el padre de la novia responda que él, o él y su esposa, lo hacen. En las bodas católicas, se presume que la novia - y el novio – dan sus mismos el uno al otro.
Si alguna vez has visto una boda en un programa de televisión, probablemente esté familiarizado con las posibilidades dramáticas que surgen cuando el ministro le pregunta: “Si alguien conoce alguna razón para que esta pareja no
deba unirse en matrimonio, que hable ahora o calle para siempre. " Bueno, nosotros los católicos no hacemos eso. En
muchos lugares, los avisos de las próximas bodas se publican, lo que permite a cualquier persona con objeciones a que
les presente antes de que la pareja llegue al altar.
Otro momento emotivo en la mayoría de las bodas de televisión es la frase: "Con este anillo, yo te caso." Para
nosotros los católicos, el momento del matrimonio es el intercambio de consentimiento con los votos. El anillo es un
símbolo de la unión que ya ha tenido lugar. Bendecimos los anillos de bodas, y se intercambian con la frase: "Recibe
este anillo como signo de mi amor y de mi fidelidad. En el nombre del Padre, y del Hijo, y del Espíritu Santo."
Otra cosa que no decimos en las bodas católicas es "Yo los declaro marido y mujer." Creemos que la pareja se
convierte en marido y mujer, no porque el ministro los declara como tales, sino porque han dado su consentimiento y
hecho sus votos el uno al otro. La función del sacerdote o diácono es presidir y ser testigo de estos votos, no hacer que el
matrimonio suceda. A través de toda la ceremonia, el énfasis está en lo que los novios hacen, y no en otra persona.
Esta celebración del amor y la unidad refleja el amor de Dios por su pueblo, y debe inspirar a todos nosotros a
ser personas más comprometidas y más amorosas.
Copyright © 2015, Estados Unidos Conferencia de Obispos Católicos, Washington, DC. Todos los derechos reservados.
11th Sunday in Ordinary Time
St. Pius V Catholic Church
June 14, 2015
From the Office of Parish Social Ministry
The Parish Food Pantry is open on Tuesday and Thursday from 10:00 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.
Please HELP restock the Food Pantry w/un-expired food items: Rice, Beans, Tuna Fish, Macaroni and Cheese,
Canned Vegetables & Fruit, Dry Cereal, Spaghetti Pasta and Spaghetti Sauce, Peanut Butter and Jelly. We are also in need
of easy to open food options for the homeless clients in our community. (all items must have an expiration or best buy
date)
Toiletry Items Needed: Tooth Brush, Tooth Paste, Soap, Lotion, Shampoo & Conditioner, Brush, Comb, Toilet Paper,
New Towels
Core Member Training: We would like to invite you to join us in partnership in serving the poor and marginalized individuals and families in our community. If you would like to learn more about this incredibly important ministry, then
make plans to join us for a very special training on Saturday, July 11 at 10:00 a.m. in the PLC Conference Room. We
promise to make this worth your while and you’ll be blessed for attending.
Notes from the music office:
Special thanks to the Pasa Divas Cris Bocanegra, Melissa Medina, and Jillian who provided special music last Sunday
for our 8am service on Corpus Cristi… and to recent Masters-in-voice Meeka Opong for cantoring! Wonderful ladies!!
Muchas Gracias al Conjunto de Domingo 7pm para su celebracion de Misa de Gracias para el nuevo Padre Ricardo
McNeilile. Thanks also to the Filipino choir and Dr. Libby Francisco for helping us celebrate Fr. Richard McNeillie’s
Mass of Thanksgiving Monday evening in English – and to the Womens Club for their wonderful reception!! (Cream puffs
were awe-some)
Blessings to the members of the ‘Funeral Choir’ who on Friday helped celebrate the life of Fr. Tommy Hopper’s
niece…your voices joined with past St. Pius V angels and saints to fill the church with faith. God bless you all.
This coming Fathers’ Day weekend, our Fathers (and sons & daughters!) will provide special music at masses: Saturday
at 3:30-4:30pm ALL (guitar players esp) are invited to a short rehearsal in the church on weekend music… My thanks in
advance to Andres Marriquin & dad, Joseph Opong & daughter, Sam Rodriguez & daughter, Gilberto and Dennis!!!
Not too late to sign up for children’s choir camp – half or whole day scholarships available!!!- June 22-26 at bayareayouthsingers.org 3rd to 8th graders. Coming soon-American Guild of Organists convention in Fort Worth and National Pastoral Musicians convention in Grand Rapids Michigan. MUSICIANS, save JULY 1, 7-9pm at St. Vincent De Paul for special meeting with Cardinal DiNardo on next year’s NPM national convention in Houston: “ALL ARE WELCOME!” Expressing our faith through music – it’s what we’re called to do. May you all be twice blessed. -Phyllis
Next Sunday
is Father’s
Day...plan a
fun day with
your Dad or
Grandfather.
Additional names to keep in your
prayers:
Henry Harrison, Basilio Cabrales,
Guadalupe Esquival
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