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This Week`s Bulletin
OUR HOLY REDEEMER
ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH
WHERE COMING HOME IS WHAT IT’S ALL ABOUT!
 A PERPETUAL ADORATION PARISH 
37 SOUTH OCEAN AVENUE  FREEPORT, NEW YORK 11520
TELEPHONE: (516) 378-0665  FAX: (516) 546-1416  E-MAIL: [email protected]  WEBSITE: OHRFREEPORT.ORG
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PASTOR
DEVOTIONS
Rev. Douglas R. Arcoleo
Divine Mercy Chaplet
Every Friday after the
12:10 P.M. Mass
ASSOCIATE PASTORS
Rev. Alessandro da Luz
Rev. Carlos Mario Urrego
Miraculous Medal Novena
Every Saturday after the
9:00 A.M. Mass
DEACONS
Mr. Cristobal Sanchez,
Pastoral Associate
SOCIETIES
Legion of Mary
Mr. Bruce Burnham
Mr. Francisco Cales
Sheila Walsh
(516) 379-9028
BUSINESS OFFICE
RELIGIOUS EDUCATION
Mrs. Stuhlinger, Director
Mr. Cacao, Assoc. Director
(516) 546-1057
Fax: (516) 546-0526
RITE OF CHRISTIAN
INITIATION OF ADULTS
(RCIA)
Mr. Cacao, Coordinator
(516) 546-1057
HUMAN SERVICES
Sister Dorothy Lynch, C.I.J.
Mr. Martinez, Director
(516) 868-8289
THRIFT SHOP
In Memory of Janene Suchan
Mrs. Jewels, Manager
(516) 623-3247
Jane Dengel
(516) 379-2331
 MASS SCHEDULE 
MUSIC MINISTRY
Mr. Crouse, Director
Mr. Petkov
Mrs. Mulé
Nocturnal Adoration Society
SACRAMENTAL LIFE
Mrs. Flaherty
Pastoral Business Associate
Saturday
9: 00 A.M.
5:00 P.M.
7:00 P.M. (Sp.)
Sunday
7:00 A.M.  8:00 A.M.
9:30 A.M.  11:30 A.M.
1:00 P.M. (Sp.)
5:00 P.M. (Jubilee Year)
Weekday
Monday – Friday:
7:30 A.M.  12:10 P.M.
Wed.: 7:00 P.M. (Sp.)
First Fri.: 7:00 P.M. (Sp.)
 ANOINTING OF THE SICK 
Offered after the 5:00 P.M. Vigil Mass every last
Saturday of the Month or by appointment.
 BAPTISM 
Every 2nd & 4th Sunday of the Month at 3:00 P.M.
 CONFESSION/PENANCE/RECONCILIATION 
Saturday: 1:30 P.M. - 2:30 P.M.
Wednesday: 6:30 P.M. - 7:00 P.M.
Friday: 4:00 P.M. – 5:00 P.M. (Jubilee Year)
or by appointment.
 MATRIMONY 
Marriages MUST be arranged at least six months in advance.
Please call one of our Priests at the Rectory to make an appointment.
Twenty-Third Sunday in Ordinary Time, 4 September 2016
ORGANIZATIONS
Catholic Daughters
of the Americas
Diana Gibson, Regent
(516) 849-5714
Knights of Columbus
Ron Flood, Grand Knight
(516) 325-3031
Mercy Mission
Deacon Bruce Burnham
(516) 992-2225
Society of St. Vincent de Paul
Norma Sanchez, President
(516) 378-1386
Widows & Widowers
Nanette Fountas
(516) 378-0665
RECTORY OFFICE HOURS
Monday – Saturday
9:00 A.M. to 12:00 P.M.
1:00 P.M. to 5:00 P.M.
(516) 378-0665
FAITH AND THE HOLY SACRIFICE OF THE MASS
OFFERINGS FOR THE WEEK OF 05 SEPTEMBER
MASSES
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Monday, 5 September, Saint Teresa of Calcutta
7:30 am Intentions of Angelo Recca
9:00 am Bishop William F. Murphy, Brother Thomas Casey &
Dr. Kishore Kuncham
12:10 pm † Mary Jeanne Corea (1st Anniversary)
Tuesday, 6 September
7:30 am † Josephine Burke
12:10 pm Intentions of Christopher Archer
Wednesday, 7 September
7:30 am † Vincenzo Gambino
12:10 pm † Walter Thompson
7:00 pm † Salvatore & Maria Accardi
Thursday, 8 September, Nativity of the Blessed Virgin Mary
7:30 am † David F. Arcoleo
12:10 pm † Walter F. Thompson
Friday, 9 September, Saint Peter Claver
7:30 am † Andrew Stoessel
12:10 pm † Patrick Thompson
Saturday, 10 September
9:00 am † Rose Tsirbas
5:00 pm † Decd. Mbrs. of the Catholic Daughters
7:00 pm Parishioners of Our Holy Redeemer/Freeport
Sunday, 11 September, 24th Sunday in Ordinary Time
7:00 am Intentions of Bishop Murphy
8:00 am † Decd. Mbrs. of the Holy Name Society
9:30 am Intentions of Raymond, Barbara & Christopher Burkart
† Winifred I. Kennedy
th
† Laura Marchese (15 Anniversary)
† William Martin
11:30 am † Richard T. Muldowney, Jr.
1:00 pm † Yulios Maldonado Yanez
5:00 pm Priest’s Intentions
BREAD & WINE
Anthony A. Arvelo
A Word
About Offerings
During the Centenary Year (2011-2012)
celebration of our absolutely
beautiful church, our Parish
family came home for Mass and
we remembered one
another with the
flowers that adorn
the Altar, with the candles that light
up the Sanctuary, with the bread
and wine that is offered, and of
course in the way par excellence, we
remembered one another in the
Priest’s Mass Intention that is
lifted up with the help of all of
our other remembrances!
Thank you for coming home and remembering
one another! Thank you for coming home and
remembering Him Who said:
“Do this in Memory of Me!
SANCTUARY CANDLES
ALTAR FLOWERS
Freeport Public School Children
& Teachers
† Joseph Piccio
Please remember the following individual(s) at the Altar of Our Holy Redeemer:
NAME: ___________________________________________________________________  Living
 Deceased
OFFERING:  Bread & Wine ($20.00)   Sanctuary Candles ($33.00)   Altar Flowers ($40.00)
WEEK OF DATE: ________________________________________________________________________________________________
_
AMOUNT SUBMITTED: ____________________________________  Cash
 Check #: _____________________
OFFERED BY: (NAME):__________________________________________________________________________________________
_
ADDRESS: ______________________________________________________________________________________________________
TELEPHONE #:__________________________________________________________________________
 A MESSAGE FROM THE PASTOR 
04 SEPTEMBER2016
“THANK YOU GOD!”
Please bless the parishioners and friends of Our Holy Redeemer who supported
Your Church’s labours with their prayers and presence at 175 Woodcleft Avenue.
On 4 June 2016, Our Holy Redeemer’s Ministry to Catholics of African
Ancestry (MCAA) took Our Holy Redeemer to 175 Woodcleft Avenue, and
with members of Our Holy Redeemer Choir, a Spirit-filled kickoff to
Freeport’s annual Nautical Mile Festival, and another season for the
Church on Woodcleft Avenue, got underway! And, as our Parish-bulletin
readers, Wednesday-night visitors, and Sunday-morning visitors to
Grover’s Dock know: “O what a Season (our third for the Summer Concert
Series, and our sixth since Mass returned to the Mile in 2011) it was!”
Sunday Masses at the Dock for 2016 ended on 28 August with a Mass being
offered for three deceased Freeporters: Elwood Verity, Corey Weyant, and Al
Miller, all of whom died in the waters where they made their living. Our III
Annual Summer Concert Series on the Mile ended the following Wednesday
(31 August) with over one hundred and fifty Freeporters and visitors singing
along with the choirs of Our Holy Redeemer and the Second Greater Baptist
Church of Freeport!
These offerings on the Mile, could not have been made without the Spirit of
Generosity that year after year moves the Grover family to provide the Church
with the setting that helps anyone and everyone on the Nautical Mile see for
themselves why “coming home is what it’s all about”! Provisions for such an
offering it should be noted, date back to 1981, when the Pastor of Our Holy
Redeemer at the time, Monsignor Saverio Mattei, sought and received
permission from the Most Reverend John R. McGann, Bishop of Rockville Centre
Diocese (1976 – 2000) to leave the house (at 37 South Ocean Avenue), get into a
boat (donated by Mr. Joseph Scalamandre) and teach the crowds (gathered at
175 Woodcleft Avenue) (cf. Saint Matthew XIII).
While Mass and our Summer Concerts on the Mile will be put into
dry dock until next July, plans are being made to keep the space
alive right through the 2016 -2017 Christmas Season, with help
from our II Annual Christmas Caroling with Cookies, Cocoa, and
Coffee at the Creche on 8 January 2017 and in October when Our
Holy Redeemer hopes to partner with our new neighbour at 180
Woodcleft Avenue for a family Oktoberfest. Any and all
proceeds from that celebration will be used to support Our Holy
Redeemer’s year-long labours to make Freeport not necessarily
the coolest village in the nation, but with the help of believers:
the holiest one; a village where people of every race, language, colour, sex, and creed can worship, rest, work,
play, study, live, and walk the streets (even Woodcleft Avenue) in Peace with God and neighbour! That is why
Our Holy Redeemer was born in Bethlehem, and that is why He is being borne into Freeport!
IRENE
WEATHER ALERT!!!
(PART 2 OF 4)
IT'S TIME TO GET READY - BEFORE THE STORM
 Develop a family preparedness plan before an actual storm threatens your area. Select
several places such as a friend's home in another town or a motel or shelter. Keep a list of
their phone numbers and a road map handy.
 Check with your veterinarian or pet advocacy group for information on where to shelter your
pets in the event that you need to evacuate your home during a storm.
 Remove damaged and diseased tree branches as soon as you notice them. Strategically
remove branches to make trees more wind resistant.
 If a hurricane is approaching, listen for weather updates on local radio or television stations
and the town's website.
 Organize your emergency supplies.
 Clear your yard of loose objects such as bicycles, lawn furniture, hanging plants and trash cans. Anchor all other
objects (no matter how heavy or large) that cannot be moved.
 Board your windows and doors. Taping windows will not prevent them from breaking, but may reduce the risk of
flying glass. Open all indoor traps or doors to your attic and close and lock all of your windows.
 Do not drain your pool completely. Lower water levels one foot to accommodate heavy rains. Add extra chlorine to
prevent contamination. Cover your pool pump system and securely anchor it in place.
 If you store a boat in your yard, lash it to your trailer securely. Let the air out of the trailer tires and secure the trailer
to something sturdy in the ground. If you store your boat in a marina, check your contract; some require that you
move it when a hurricane watch is issued. You are responsible for your boat.
 Be sure your vehicle is ready should you have to evacuate. Fill your vehicle's gas tank. Check your vehicle's oil and
water.
IMPORTANT PHONE NUMBERS AND WEBSITES
Do Not Call 911 For Hurricane Information - 911 Is For Emergencies Only
American Red Cross, Nassau County
www.nassauredcross.org
Long Island Power Authority
www.lipower.org
To Report an Outage
(516) 747-3500
(800) 490-0025
(800) 490-0075
Nassau University Medical Center
www.numc.edu
(516) 572-0123
NYS Emergency Management Office LI Region
www.semo.state.ny.us
(631) 952-6322
(516) 489-5000
(516) 538-1900
(516) 794-8300
(516) 794-8181
National Grid- Emergency Gas Service
www.nationalgridus.com
(800) 490-0045
Town of Hempstead (www.TOH.LI)
Public Safety
Water Department
After Hours and Weekends
Nassau County Department of Health
www.nassaucountyny.gov/
agencies/health/index.html
(516) 227-9697
Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA)
www.fema.gov
(800) 621-FEMA
Nassau County Office of Emergency Management
www.nassaucountyny.gov/
agencies/oem/index.html
(516) 573-0636
Pet Safe Coalition, Inc.
www.petsafecoalition.org
(516) 676-0808
BOTTLES FOR BABIES AND BISHOP MURPHY
(WITH AN INTRODUCTION FROM FATHER ARCOLEO)
This past Lent, Our Holy Redeemer participated in the Bottles for Babies Campaign (B4BC). The B4BC was
embraced by our Parish not only to assist the unborn child and the life-giving work of the Life Center of Long Island,
but it also provided us with an opportunity to give alms in the Holy Spirit of Lent! That embrace provided prayers
and financial assistance amounting to $8,452.00 which was truly appreciated by the Life Center’s Executive Director,
Gloria Schreiber who writes: “There is no letter that can adequately thank you for the success of the 2016 Baby
Bottle Fundraiser. Our Holy Redeemer parish has really become a pillar of strength to The Life Center. Your labors to
protect Life are an inspiration and we are grateful to God for giving you to us.”
With Bishop Murphy's permission, it is my hope that our participation in this vital campaign in Lent 2017 will bear
even greater fruit than 2016. Lives depend on it!"
August 18, 2016
Dear Brother Priests:
On June 27th, I wrote to all the priests of the Diocese to inform you that I had decided to place the annual baby
bottle campaign for the Life Center under the control of the Diocese so that we might integrate the resources
available for the many Respect Life initiatives that have made our Diocese a leader in pro-life commitment and
activities. I did not write a letter to the whole Diocese at that time because, as I always try to do, I wanted to inform
priests of my intentions prior to putting them into practice.
In the meantime, those who work daily in the pro-life apostolate were discussing ways to implement a cohesive
program which would guarantee that all the life centers would benefit, as well as all the other diocesan and parish
activities would go forward, especially the new Gianna Center at Good Samaritan Hospital. A small but significant
number of persons also wrote to me expressing their concern about the future needs of the Life Center which, as I
have said before, does very good work.
To guarantee that all we were doing would be in conformity with the USCCB Pro-Life Committee, I asked the General
Secretary to clarify various aspects of pro-life activity. I discovered that some of my assumptions from my service in
Boston were in fact not correct. While I thought the baby bottle project was connected to the Conference
initiatives, I now know that it properly belongs to crisis pregnancy centers. As a result I must apologize for my error
and assure you and the Life Center that I rescind my previous decision and leave the baby bottle project to its proper
sponsors, the various crisis pregnancy centers. At the same time, I encourage your support of our diocesan efforts
including your own Parish Social Ministry and St. Vincent de Paul Societies.
After Labor Day we will be contacting pastors to update information about all parish pro-life activities including the
name(s) of those who work in the parishes and exactly what aspects of pro-life activity each parish has developed.
This will allow us to renew and enrich parish activities and open up to them the diocesan resources that have
become an exciting and promising new area of our commitment to life at all stages. The Vicar General will soon be
in communication with you.
Enjoy these last weeks of summer and be assured of my prayers and appreciation for all your good work.
Fraternally yours in Christ,
Bishop of Rockville Centre
–
…
FAITH AND EDUCATION
SCHOOL’S OUT DRIVE CAREFULLY (both on and off the road)
NEWS FROM THE DE LA SALLE SCHOOL
Our eighth graders have accepted their roles as big brothers to our fifth graders with commendable
responsibility. During this past week, during our daily morning assembly, each of the older students
introduced the younger schoolmate with whom he is paired to the entire student body. Such an
exercise was very helpful in strengthening the bonds in our community of learners.
Since The De La Salle School opened in September 2002 we have had the practice of attending the 12:10 PM parish
Mass on those Fridays when school is in session for a full day. This coming Friday, 9 September is the first time we will
do so this academic year. Please join us as we come together in prayer with the larger church and ask God to bless our
ministry of Catholic education here in Freeport. If your schedule prevents you from being present in person kindly join
us in prayer from wherever you are.
The young men of The De La Salle School have learned that a loving faith community supports them. Please continue
to keep all of our students in your prayers as we venture into a new journey and a new school year.
4 September 2016 – Twenty-Third Sunday in Ordinary Time C
Sunday Readings: Wisdom IX: 13-18b; Philemon 9-10, 12-17; Saint Luke XIV: 25-33
Student’s Name: _______________________________________________________
Class Day/Session: ______________________________________________________
Catechist Name: _______________________________________________________
Mass Time (Circle One): Sat: 5:00 PM  7:00 PM  Sun: 7:00 AM  8:00 AM  9:30 AM  11:30 AM  1:00 PM  5:00 PM
GOSPEL QUESTIONS:
(Religious Education Students please answer ALL questions, cut and give to teacher weekly. Keep the Bulletin)
Fill in the blanks:
“If _________________________ comes to Me without hating his father and mother, wife and children, brothers
and sisters, and even his own life, he cannot be My ___________________________."
"Whoever does not carry his own __________________ and come after Me cannot be My __________________.”
"In the same way, anyone of you who does not renounce all his _____________________________ cannot be My
_____________________.”
Announcements for ALL OHR Parents/Guardians of children in the Religious Education Program: ***Summer
Mass Gospel Reflection, Number 12 of 14 Sundays, is necessary for a student’s next grade level /Confirmation in
religious education [place in next week’s collection basket] or use child’s Sunday envelope for proof of Mass
Attendance; otherwise, repetition of previous grade level due to Mass absences.
Registrations have begun at Religious Education for next year 2016-17. Information: (516) 546-1057. Both new and
returning students must register yearly @ 87 Pine Street, Freeport, NY 11520.
If you are traveling, Mass times across the USA: www.masstimes.org. Thank you!
PARISH FINANCE COUNCIL MEMBERS:
Charles Shields III
Joann Flaherty
Donald Gallant
Sheila Walsh
FAITH AND FINANCES
“God will not be outdone
in generosity.
THE CATHOLIC UNIVERSITY OF AMERICA COLLECTION – 10/11 SEPTEMBER
The Catholic University of America (CUA), located in Washington D.C., is the national university of
the Catholic Church in the United States. CUA offers students an excellent education in a faithfilled atmosphere that is grounded in the Catholic intellectual tradition.
Some of our own diocesan priests have received their education at CUA and have specialized in different ecclesiastical
courses and are now serving our Diocese.
Next week is the National Collection for The Catholic University of America. Every dollar given directly supports aid for
students from dioceses across the country, including our diocese. Please be as generous as your means allows. Thank
you.
IMPORTANT! Offertory Envelopes
Please USE your envelopes and remember to mark the amount of your offering on the front of each envelope. If the
amount is not written on the envelope, there is a chance that your offering may get separated from the envelope, and
may not be credited to you. Also, for parishioners who place checks into the weekly collection basket without an
envelope, please be sure to write your envelope # on your check. This will make the recording of your offerings an easier
and faster process for our bookkeeping staff. Thank you!
Be Ye Prepared
18 September: Air Conditioning
25 September: Saint Pius X Enriched Living Facility
"If you're not prepared; we're not prepared"!
PLEASE USE YOUR ENVELOPES!
MASS
FIRST
COLLECTION
ENVELOPE
USERS
E-Giving
Prior to Weekend
5:00 pm
7:00 pm
7:00 am
8:00 am
9:30 am
10:00 am
11:30 am
1:00 pm
Jubilee 5:00 pm Year
$ 1,202.00
$ 602.00
$ 2,430.25
$ 542.00
$ 1,561.75
$ 1,448.25
$ 864.00
$ 1,324.00
$ 1,578.25
$ 1,659.00
$ 413.00
33
24
55
17
36
32
30
35
58
31
16
TOTAL
$13,624.50
367
SUNDAY, 27/28 AUGUST OFFERTORY TOTAL: $13,624.50
NUMBER OF CHILDREN ENVELOPE USERS: 118
MORE FAITH AND FINANCES
 A MESSAGE FROM FATHER ARCOLEO 
Our Holy Redeemer has received another quarterly Revenue Sharing check from the Oceanside
Christopher Federal Credit Union Parish Revenue Sharing Program. Since this program began, Our
Holy Redeemer has received a total of $9,191.00! The amount received each quarter is determined
by the number of Our Holy Redeemer Parishioners who are members of the Credit Union and their
usage of the Oceanside Christopher VISA credit and/or debit card. So I want to especially thank each
of you – your membership and credit card usage benefits the Parish. For those of you who are not yet
members, I encourage you to consider joining and getting an Oceanside Christopher credit card. For
more information please visit: www.thecatholiccreditunion.org or call (516) 620-8100.
HOW DO YOU MAKE PURCHASES???
If you use a credit card then please consider
a credit card from our friends at
Oceanside Christopher Federal Credit Union:
“The Catholic Credit Union.”
A percentage of your spending will be given back to Our Holy Redeemer Parish.
REVENUE SHARING PROGRAM
Oceanside Christopher Federal Credit Union’s Revenue Sharing program generates revenue for our
Parish. If you obtain an Oceanside Christopher VISA Card or debit card, Our Holy Redeemer will
benefit monetarily every time you use them. The amount we receive is dependent on the number
of parishioners who join the program. This program, which is two and one half years old, is
voluntary; there are no contracts.
For more information please call the Oceanside Christopher Credit Union at (516) 620-8100.
Oceanside Christopher Federal Credit Union is owned by its members and exclusively serves the Catholic community. They provide
all financial services gotten at a bank. As part of a joint agreement, many of their members in Freeport can use the Bethpage Federal
Credit Union (located around the corner from Our Holy Redeemer on Merrick Road) to make deposits, withdrawals, etc.
FAITH AND PRAYER
Please Pray for Our Priests
O God, Who made Your Only Begotten Son eternal High Priest, grant that those He has chosen as ministers and
stewards of Your mysteries may be found faithful in carrying out the ministry they have received. Through our Lord
Jesus Christ, Your Son, Who lives and reigns with You in the unity of the Holy Spirit, one God, for ever and ever. Amen.
05 September:
06 September:
07 September:
08 September:
09 September:
10 September:
11 September:
All Retired Priests
Father Felipe Rufes Vazquez & Father Andres F. Lopez-Pelaez
Father Paul Mutisya, FMH & Father David Nugent, MMHE
All Seminarians
Father Dom Ambrose E. Boyd & Father Corneille E. Boyeye
Father Brian J. Brinker & Father Stephen Grozio, CM
Bishop William F. Murphy & Bishop Nelson J. Perez
and for Our Seminarians
Br. Pierre Toussaint
(Alain) Guiteau, C.F.R.
Heavenly Father, please grant to Your Faithful servants, the grace and
strength to carry out Your mission for the Church each day.
Keep our Seminarians close to You and continue to inspire them to
serve others in Your Holy Name. Please inspire the men You have
called to the Priesthood to respond “yes” to Your call through our Lord
Jesus Christ, Your Son, Who lives and reigns with You in the unity of the
Holy Spirit one God for ever and ever. Amen.
“Looking
for a
Miracle?”
Mr. John Wachowicz
,
Well, so is
Venerable Father
Anthony Vincent Gallo
Diocesan Priest
Oblate of the Congregation
of the Priests of the Sacred Heart
Montforte Irpino: 11 January 1899 – 2 May 1934
OR complete this form and mail it to:
Father Joseph Fitzgerald
Vocations Director
Diocese of Rockville Centre
P.O. Box 9023
Rockville Centre, New York 11571
Name:______________________________________________
Age: ________________________________
For more information please visit: www.fathergallo.com
Telephone #: ________________________________________
MORE FAITH AND PRAYER
Please continue to say your prayers
for the following members
of our Armed Forces:
Melissa Castillo, Ensign Frank Chavez,
Anthony Costante, Tyler Daly, Juan Diaz, Ryan Dugan
Katelyn Ann Foster, RN, Michael George Gonzalez,
Daniel Ingin, Brig. Gen. Kevin Killea, Susana Ladino,
Capt. Peter Lawless, Corp. Gaelan Lynch, Sgt. Ramon Marrero,
Pvt. Jack McKnight, John Mediate, Sgt. Kelvin O. Melara,
Airman 1st Class Jerome Miles, Lt. Cmdr. Colleen Minihan,
Maj. Paul Minihan, Sebastian Moreno, Sean Joseph Mormon,
Sgt. Allyson Parla, PO Floyd A. Rivera, Sgt. Sammy Rodriguez,
Benjamin Rhodes, Edwin Sandoval, Doug Schambert,
Paul Seiden, Luis Sic, PFC Ashley Sumner, Capt. John Talafuse,
Corp. Daniel Vargas, SCPO William A. Vega,
Capt. Johnetta Washington, Anthony Williams,
Sgt. 1st Class Lynroy Williams; Lt. Cmdr. Brad Younger
Please Pray for our beloved deceased:
JOSEPH PICCIO
MONSIGNOR CHARLES A. RIBAUDO
READINGS FOR
11 September 2016
Twenty-Fourth Sunday
in Ordinary Time

1ST READING: EXODUS XXXII: 7-14
RESPONSORIAL PSALM: 51
2ND READING: 1 TIMOTHY I: 12-17
GOSPEL: SAINT LUKE XV: 1-32
Please
Pray
for
Peter Anglim, Jackeline Arias, Tom Boffardi, Thomas Burke,
Darlene Castrogiovanni, Matthew Castrogiovanni,
Claudia Cespeds, Warren P. Cochol, Juan Cordero,
Barbara Costante, Debra Dantes, Jim Dengel,
Barbara Emerick, Baby Ava Feazell, Kristen Feazell,
Andrew Feeney, Rose Ann Feeney, Carmela Filfiley,
Gary Fouche, Erik Galinsky, Donald Gallant, Diana Gibson,
Mary Hannan, Xavier Hixon, William Hope, Linda A. Kane,
Bob Klein, Tom Krant, Anna T. Kraus, Richard Laudman,
Dulce Lopez, Lorena Lopez, Sister Dorothy Lynch,
Angelina Macchia, Christine McCabe, Barbara McEnearney,
Arlene Minton, Christopher Montalbano, Jacinto Moronta,
William Myers, Jackie Oliveri, Kathleen Randall,
Tyler Rappaport, Charles Rivera, Lidiana Santiago,
Mike Siegler, John Sturma, Barbara Sullivan, Gerry Tiss,
Tom Tropea, Anna Mae Verzyl, Frank Waldron, Donald Walsh,
Patrick Walsh, Gerry Wright, Frank Young
… and please call the Rectory if you know
anyone in serious need of prayers.
The names will remain on our
prayer list for four weeks.
Thank you!
SCRIPTURE REFLECTION
“If anyone comes to Me without hating his father and mother, wife and children, brothers and sisters,
and even his own life, he cannot be My disciple” (See Luke14:25-33). This is one of the most
misunderstood texts in the Bible. Because of not understanding the reason why Jesus said these words
people have unjustly rejected, yes, even hated, their relatives in the name of Christ. What is Jesus saying
here? First of all, Jesus could not be telling His disciples to disobey the fourth commandment, that is, He
could not be telling them not to honour their father and mother. This much is clear. So, then, what does
He mean? You may remember that a few weeks ago we learned that being a Christian was a cause for
division. Because of this division, Christians would be expelled from their families’ homes, from
synagogues, and in some extreme cases, because of this hatred, they would even be put to death. If a
Christian was not willing to face this kind of hatred, yes if he or she was not willing to die on account of this hatred, then that
person was not ready to be a follower of Christ. This is why Jesus said you must be willing to hate your father and mother,
wife and children, brothers and sisters, even your own life. A Christian is never to hate others. He must always love others.
However, he must be willing to be hated by them and face their hatred. This is why the Spanish translation we use for the
liturgy renders the above words as “If a person prefers his father or mother, his wife and his children, his brothers and sisters,
and even his own life, he cannot be My disciple.”
HOW MUCH TIME DOES YOUR CHILD SPEND …
… watching television?
… playing Pokemon Go?
… in front of a computer?
… texting, tweeting, liking?
… praying?
YOU MAY REALLY WANT TO … BUT DO YOU REALLY NEED TO …
… say that word?
… have that drink?
… smoke that cigarette and throw it out into the street?
… have a loud muffler?
… blast that music?
… scream?
WHY SPEND MONEY FOR A GYM-MEMBERSHIP WHEN YOU CAN …
… rake leaves?
… shovel snow?
… sweep a driveway
… cut the grass?
… run on the beach?
… swim in the ocean?
OUR HOLY REDEEMER ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH
FREEPORT, NEW YORK
‘CALLING ALL’
OUR HOLY REDEEMER
SCHOOL ALUMNI!
We Want You to Come Home and Help Us to Remember
and Celebrate Our Days at Our Holy Redeemer School!
Sunday, 18 September 2016
11:30 A.M. Mass
followed by Lunch in the School Gym
Come home and catch up with your former classmates. Bring pictures or school
memorabilia to help us reminisce as we share our unforgettable stories about the
good ole’ days at Our Holy Redeemer School!!!
Please RSVP by 12 September to Gary Etheridge, Pastoral Council President @ (516)-521-8004
We hope to see you there!!!
SAVE THE DATE!
and Come Home to celebrate
Our Holy Redeemer’s Seventh Annual
PARISHIONER (that’s YOU)
APPRECIATION DAY
on
Sunday, 18 September 2016
2:00 P.M.
Come Home Dressed for the Supper of the Lamb on
Tie-One-On ‘with a Hat’
and “no Jeans”
Sunday
SECOND SUNDAY OF THE MONTH
11 September 2016
Twenty-Fourth Sunday in Ordinary Time
Come Home Clothed in Your Wedding Garment!
Make yourself ready. Men, put on a tie; Ladies, put on a hat! No jeans
FAITH AND SOCIAL MINISTRY
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Hundreds of people make their way to Our Holy Redeemer Parish
Outreach/Human Services every year. It doesn’t matter if the weather is hazy,
hot, and humid or cloudy, cold, and crisp. Hunger, thirst, and nakedness are with
us always … and thanks be to God: so is Our Holy Redeemer (cf. Saint Matthew
XXVIII:20).
For many years the poverty that has appealed to Our Holy Redeemer at 87 Pine
Street for assistance, has been met by caring people of Faith who are ready,
willing, and able to put the Church’s material and spiritual resources at their
disposal. The clothing, food, drink, and financial assistance that our fellow man
receives is (for the most part) made possible because of the time, talent, and
treasure that people bring home to Our Holy Redeemer Sunday after Sunday. And while that offering is doing great
things for us (cf. Saint Luke I:49) I can only imagine what it would be like if more people came home to Mass on
Sunday …
One such person whose presence has helped Our Holy Redeemer answer the appeal of the needy with her presence
in the pew on Sunday and in the office during the week is Sister Dorothy Lynch. It has been months since our sister
in Christ, because of medical treatment, has been present in the pew and in the office to help the people that she has
dedicated her life to serve; the people she loves so much.
Please join me in praying for Sister Dorothy’s return home. Please too consider reaching out to her who for so many
years has reached out to others. You can provide that outreach to Sister Dorothy at: The Congregation of the Infant
Jesus, 984 North Village Avenue, Rockville Centre, New York 11570.
MERCY MISSION IS IN NEED OF VOLUNTEERS
We are in need of volunteers that are willing to drive people to doctor
appointments during the week. We also need volunteers to do light house
work. Please call Mercy Mission at (516) 992-2225 and leave your name and
phone number and we will get back to you as soon as possible. Thank you!
LOOK WHO GOT THEIR FEET WET!
THE SEA SCOUTS GO CLAMMING
Readers of Our Holy Redeemer’s Sunday
bulletin know that a Sea Scout Unit has
come home to the shores of the Church
in Freeport. Nine young men answered
the call to come aboard with Skipper
Larry Vodopivec, Assistants Vinny
Porsella, Joe Gatto, and Jimmy LaRocca, Chaplain Father
Alessandro da Luz, and after a year of “shaping up”,
finally got their feet wet! It all took place on 21 August
when four of the scouts set sail with Captain Al Grover
and First Mate Mrs. Grover to go clamming! Here’s how
the Captain described the experience:
“After the boys got used to sinking in mud with
sharp shells at the soles of their feet, Blue Crabs
biting their ankles, and Green Flies drawing blood
(more blood than a KOC Blood Drive), the fun
part of digging for gold clams began; especially
after they started to catch a few. And not only
did the boys catch ‘em, but they even tried to eat
‘em – mud and all,
and lived to tell
about it that very
night after they motored back to the dock through a
little rain. In less than “a three hour tour”, these landlovers deepened their appreciation and respect for the
sea and the men that go down to the sea in ships (cf.
Psalm 107). In fact they had so much fun that they
returned to the dock the following Sunday (28 August)
not to dig for clams, but to race boats! (Tune in next
Sunday to read all about it!)
“WEL-COME HOME TO OUR HOLY REDEEMER”
Henry Dengel
Elliott Berrin
1913-2007
7:30 A.M. Mass;
Christmas Midnight Mass
1939-2004
8:00 A.M. Mass;
Christmas Midnight Mass
AN INVITATION FROM FATHER ARCOLEO
Shortly after my arrival on 25 June 2008 as Our Holy Redeemer’s tenth Pastor, I encountered one of the many
reasons that help people who come home to Our Holy Redeemer realize why coming home is what it’s all
about: the Ushers - a group of believers like Pierre Bellanton (8:00 A.M.), Michael Bohanan (11:30 A.M.),
Reggie Callus (8:00 A.M.), Charlie Drew (9:30 A.M.), Edmund Haegele (8:00 A.M., Christmas Midnight Mass,
and 10:00 A.M. Waterfront), Al Nespeca (8:00 A.M.), James Parola (9:30 A.M.), John Pirro (8:00 A.M.),
Ray Washecka (5:00 P.M.), George Washington (11:30 a.m.), and John Wilson (5:00 P.M.), and dressed in
burgundy jacket and tie (even before Tie-One-On with a Hat and no Jeans Sunday was instituted), at their
(door)posts fifteen minutes before Mass-time, opening the doors, greeting and welcoming the Mass-goers
into church, assisting Mass-goers to a pew, collecting the Offertory, assuring an orderly reception of Holy
Communion, and distributing Parish bulletins.
I single these eleven men out because, for a variety of reasons (death, old age, and relocation amongst them),
they no longer can be found at their posts welcoming us home.
Please join me in offering a prayer of gratitude for these eleven parishioners and their many years of service at
the Altar. Perhaps during your offering, the Holy Spirit will inspire you, in thanksgiving for that service, to
answer the call to serve as an Usher (please contact Judy Germaine at (516) 580-3160) as well and help
everyone who comes home to Our Holy Redeemer to realize why coming home is what it’s all about and has
been for over one hundred years!
USHER ELIGIBILITY
To be an Usher you must be a:
 Sunday Mass-goer
 Man or woman 22 years of age or older
 Registered Parishioner of Our Holy Redeemer
If you are eligible and can meet the responsibilities of an Usher, please complete the form below and
place it in the Sunday Offertory Basket or drop it off at the Rectory. Thank you!

Yes, I am interested in being an Usher at Our Holy Redeemer Parish.
Please contact me with more information.
Name: __________________________________________________________________________
Address: ________________________________________________________________________
Telephone #: ____________________________ E-mail: ___________________________________
Age: _________________
 Male
 Female
Registered Parishioner:  Yes  No
 MENSAJE DE LA MADRE TERESA 
(CON UNA INTRODUCCIÓN DEL PADRE ARCOLEO)
4 SEPTIEMBRE 2016
El 4 de septiembre de 2016, casi diecinueve años después que la Madre
Teresa fue llevada a casa a alabar, adorar, y amar a Jesús en el Cielo va a
ser declarada como una Santa. Y aunque nuestro film para la familia del
mes de Agosto intitulado Las Cartas aumentó nuestra comprensión de la
inspiración que dio impulso a su vida, mucho quedó sin decir. Por eso,
animó firmemente a todos los que anhelan ir al cielo a que pasen tiempo
leyendo sus palabras y, más importante aún, imiten su ejemplo pasando
tiempo con la Palabra que se hizo carne y moró entre nosotros en la
Capilla de Adoración Perpetua. Para ayudarlo en esas santas labores, le
ofrezco las palabras de la Beata Madre Teresa de Calcuta:
“Cada Hora Santa que hacemos complace tanto el Corazón de Jesús que
será registrada en el Cielo y recontada por toda la eternidad. Nos abre las
compuertas del amor misericordioso de Dios sobre el mundo.
La adoración del Santísimo es el mejor tiempo que usted puede pasar en
la tierra. Hará que su alma sea eternamente gloriosa y hermosa en el
Cielo. Una Hora Santa de adoración le traerá paz a su alma y a su familia.
Nos trae paz y fortaleza personales. Nos trae un amor más grande por Jesús, unos por otros, y por los pobres.
Cada hora santa profundiza nuestra unión con Él produciendo mucho fruto.
En ningún otro lugar de la tierra somos más bienvenidos que donde está Jesús Sacramentado. Cuando
miramos el Crucifijo entendemos cuánto nos amó Jesús. Cuando miramos la Sagrada Hostia entendemos
cuánto Jesús nos ama ahora. Es por eso que necesitamos la Adoración Eucarística Perpetua en cada Parroquia
por todo el mundo.
¿Qué convertirá la América y salvará el mundo? Mi respuesta es la oración. Necesitamos que cada parroquia
venga frente al Santísimo en Horas Santas de oración. En la Cruz Jesús dijo “Tengo sed”. Desde el Santísimo
Jesús continua diciéndonos a cada uno de nosotros “tengo sed”. Él tiene sed de nuestro amor personal, de
nuestra intimidad, de nuestra unión con Él en el Santísimo.
Cuando las hermanas están agotadas, llenas de trabajo;
cuando todo parece ir mal, pasan una hora de oración ante el
Santísimo. Esta práctica nunca falla de dar fruto:
experimentan paz y Fortaleza.
Si usted busca vocaciones, tenga adoración frecuente en su
comunidad, todos los días si es posible. Cuando las
Misioneras de la Caridad iniciaron la adoración diaria sus
vocaciones se duplicaron.
Sé que no podría trabajar por una semana si no fuera por la
fuerza continua que me viene de Jesús en el Santísimo
(durante mi Hora Santa de Adoración). Estar a solas con Jesús
en adoración y unión íntima con Él es el más grande Regalo
del Amor – el tierno amor de Nuestro Padre Celestial.
La Adoración Eucarística Perpetua le ofrece a la gente la oportunidad de unirse a los de la vida religiosa para
orar por la salvación del mundo, de las almas en todas partes y la paz en la tierra. No podemos subestimar el
poder de la oración y la diferencia que ésta hará en el mundo. Jesús se ha hecho a sí mismo el Pan de la Vida
para darnos vida. Noche y día, Él está aquí.
Si usted realmente desea crecer en el amor, vuelva a la Eucaristía y a su adoración. Nuestras horas de
adoración serán horas especiales de reparación por los pecados, e intercesión por las necesidades de todo el
mundo, exponiendo a la humanidad enferma del pecado a la sanación, y el poder sustentador de los rayos de
Jesús que irradian de la Santa Eucaristía. Cada uno de nosotros es un
colaborador de Cristo – tenemos que trabajar duro para llevarlo a los
corazones que todavía no lo conocen o aman… Pero, a menos que
tengamos a Jesús, no podemos dárselo a otros; es por eso que
necesitamos la Eucaristía. Pase todo el tiempo que le sea posible en la
presencia del Santísimo y Él lo llenará de Su fuerza y Su poder.
La adoración perpetua es lo más hermoso que podríamos hacer. La
gente está hambrienta de Dios. Imagínese que estamos viviendo en el
tiempo de Jesús y que Él lo invita a visitarlo y a pasar un tiempo con Él
para conocerlo mejor. Sabiendo quien Él es nos sentiríamos honrados
por esa invitación. Las buenas nuevas que Jesús está con nosotros
HOY – en cuerpo, sangre, alma y divinidad – en la Santa Eucaristía.
Aunque Jesús viene a nosotros en la apariencia de pan y vino. Su
presencia es tan real para nosotros HOY como lo era cuando estaba
en la carne y la sangre con Sus discípulos. Él puede efectuar milagros,
sanarnos, enseñarnos, y amarnos. Podemos hablar con Él y Él puede
hablar con nosotros mediante Su Palabra y su Espíritu Santo que vive
en nosotros gracias a nuestro Bautismo y Confirmación.
Jesús se ha hecho a sí mismo el Pan de la Vida para darnos vida.
Noche y día, Él está aquí. Si usted realmente desea crecer en amor,
vuelva a la Eucaristía, vuelva a esa adoración.”
 "La Adoración perpetua es lo más hermoso que
j amás podríamos hacer." 
FE Y FINANZAS
PARISH FINANCE COUNCIL MEMBERS:
Charles Shields III
Joann Flaherty
Donald Gallant
Sheila Walsh
“PADRE, QUISIERA PODER DAR MÁS.”
Ves tras vez los feligreses y amigos de Nuestro Santo Redentor me dicen: “Padre, quisiera poder dar más.” Algunos
de ellos (de hecho, un número creciente) literalmente han puesto su dinero donde está su boca aceptando la
invitación de mi aniversario a dar “25 centavos y más a la semana.”
25 Centavos Más por Semana no suena como mucho, pero como puede ver por sí mismo (de lo que usted ve dentro
y fuera de nuestra absolutamente Hermosa iglesia, y de la tabla de abajo): 25 Centavos Más por Semana pueden
hacer una diferencia. 25 Centavos Más por Semana pueden convertir su deseo en realidad.
SI LE GUSTARÍA CONTINUAR HACIENDO UNA DIFERENCIA CON
25 CENTAVOS Y MÁS, HE AQUÍ DOS MANERAS DE HACERLO:
FELIGRÉS A
Ofrenda el 14 Agosto:
Ofrenda el 21 Agosto:
Ofrenda el 28 Agosto:
Ofrenda el 04 Septiembre:
Ofrenda el 11 Septiembre:
FELIGRÉS B
$ 0.25
$ 0.50
$ 0.75
$ 1.00
$ 1.25
Aumento individual anual: $344.50
Si todos los domingos los feligreses siguen ese
ejemplo de “poner 25 centavos más”, el aumento
proyectado en nuestra colecta anual con 1000
asistentes dominicales sería de: $344,500.00.
Ofrenda el 14 Agosto:
Ofrenda el 21 Agosto:
Ofrenda el 28 Agosto:
Ofrenda el 04 Septiembre:
Ofrenda el 11 Septiembre:
$0.25
$0.25
$0.25
$0.25
$0.25
Aumento individual anual: $13.00
Si todos los domingos los feligreses siguen ese
ejemplo de “poner 25 centavos más”, el aumento
proyectado en nuestra colecta anual con 1000
asistentes dominicales sería de: $13,000.00.
Iglesia Romana Católica de Nuestro Santo Redentor
Freeport, Nueva York 11520
La Sociedad de Adoración Nocturna
lo invita a su
CENA
ANIVERSARIO
NÚM. 61
Sábado, 01 de octubre de 2016
después de la Misa de las 5:00 P.M.
en la planta baja de la iglesia
El costo es de $20.00 por pesona preregistro
o $25.00 en la puerta. Para reservar boletos,
por favor, complete la forma de abajo y depositela
en la colecta del Ofertorio Dominical.
IAdemas, se pueden obtener boletos de
Jane Dengel o Judy Germaine.
Cena Aniversario 61 de la Sociedad de Adoración Nocturna de Nuestro Santo Redentor
Favor haga los cheques a: Nocturnal Adoration Society
NOMBRE: __________________________________________________________________________________________________
DIRECCIÓN: ______________________________________________________________________________________________
Tickets
NOT be sold at the door.
CIUDAD, ESTADO,
ZIP:will
__________________________________________________________________________________
TELÉFONO: ________________________________________________________________
NÚMERO DE PERSONAS QUE VAN A ASISTIR @ $20.00 pp: __________________
CANTIDAD ENVIADA: ____________________________  EFECTIVO
 CHEQUE #: ________________
REFLEXIÓN SEMANAL
“Si alguno quiere seguirme y no me prefiere a su padre y a su madre, a su esposa y a sus hijos, a sus
hermanos y a sus hermanas, más aún, a sí mismo, no puede ser mi discípulo.” (Vea Lucas 14:25-33)
Este es uno de los textos más mal entendidos de la Biblia. La traducción de arriba lo aclara muy bien,
pero la antigua traducción decía “si alguien no odia a su padre y a su madre, a su esposa y a sus
hijos, a sus hermanos y a sus hermanas.” Debido a no entender la razón por la que Jesús dijo esas
palabras muchos han rechazado injustamente a sus familiares en el nombre de Cristo. ¿Qué nos está
diciendo Cristo aquí? Jesús no les está diciendo a sus discípulos que quebranten el cuarto
mandamiento de honrar a padre y a madre. Quizás Hace unas pocas semanas El Evangelio nos dijo
que ser cristiano ocasionaría división. A causa de esta división los cristianos serían arrojados de sus
casas, expulsados de las sinagogas y en casos extremos, ejecutados. Si un cristiano no estaba dispuesto a ser odiado por
sus familiares y por su comunidad aún hasta el punto de correr peligro por su vida, ese individuo no estaba listo para
ser un discípulo de Cristo. El cristiano nunca debe odiar a otros. Sin embargo, sí debe estar dispuesto a ser odiado por
ellos y enfrentarse a ese odio. El cristiano tiene que preferir a Cristo sobre todo lo demás.
El comenzó a Enseñarles Muchas Cosas
El comenzó a Enseñarles Muchas Cosas
Los Diez Mandamientos Explicados por el Catecismo
Los Diez Mandamientos Explicados por el Catecismo
2648 Toda alegría y toda pena, todo acontecimiento y toda necesidad pueden ser motivo de oración de gracias, la cual,
participando de la de Cristo, debe llenar la vida entera: “En todo dad gracias” (1 Ts 5, 18).
2649 La oración de alabanza, totalmente desinteresada, se dirige a Dios; canta para Él y le da gloria no sólo por lo que
ha hecho sino porque ÉL ES.
 Oremos 
(Por los Hombres y Mujeres en las Fuerzas Armadas)
Lecturas para el Domingo
Melissa Castillo, Ensign Frank Chavez, Anthony Costante, Tyler Daly,
Juan Diaz, Ryan Dugan, Katelyn Ann Foster, RN, Michael George Gonzalez,
Daniel Ingin, Brig. Gen. Kevin Killea, Susana Ladino, Capt. Peter Lawless,
Corp. Gaelan Lynch, Sgt. Ramon Marrero, Pvt. Jack McKnight, John Mediate,
Sgt. Kelvin O. Melara, Airman 1st Class Jerome Miles,
Lt. Cmdr. Colleen Minihan, Maj. Paul Minihan, Sebastian Moreno,
Sean Joseph Mormon, Sgt. Allyson Parla, PO Floyd A. Rivera,
Sgt. Sammy Rodriguez, Benjamin Rhodes, Edwin Sandoval, Doug Schambert,
Paul Seiden, Luis Sic, PFC Ashley Sumner, Capt. John Talafuse,
Corp. Daniel Vargas, SCPO William A. Vega, Capt. Johnetta Washington,
Anthony Williams, Sgt. 1st Class Lynroy Williams; Lt. Cmdr. Brad Younger.
11 de Septiembre de 2016
LA VIRGEN MARÍA VISITA TU HOGAR
Este grupo visita los hogares con
la imagen de la Virgen de Fátima
para rezar el Rosario con la
familia tan a menudo como lo
deseen. Si desea que lo visiten
a usted o a su familia o
amistades, favor llame a Berta al
(516) 379-8270 o a Gresmy al
(516) 670-2687.
XXIV Domingo Ordinario
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1ra Lectura: Éxodo 32, 7-14
Salmo Responsorial: Salmo 50
2da Lectura: I Timoteo 1, 12-17
Evangelio: San Lucas 15, 1-32
Grupo Carismático Cristo Vive
GRUPO SANTO REDENTOR
Lo invita a acompañarlos
todos los domingos de
7:30 a 9:00 P.M. en el
Auditorio. El grupo Cristo
Vive visita los hogares de
las personas que no
pueden salir.
Favor
llamar a Cándido Bran al
(516) 852-4320 para información.
“Jóvenes Adultos Creciendo en Cristo”
Invitamos a todos los jóvenes hispanos a que nos acompañen en nuestras reuniones todos los viernes
desde las 7:30 PM. Las reuniones tendrán lugar en la Sala Grande de la Escuela. Ven a compartir tus
inquietudes, hacer nuevas amistades y a crecer con Cristo en lo humano y espiritual, con alegría juvenil.
Para más información, llama a Carlos Portillo al (516) 849-4568, Marta al (516) 765-1210.
Acompáñenos los
martes de 7:00
P.M. a 9:00 P.M.
en el sótano de la
Escuela.
Para
más información
por favor llame a
Ivette Vasquez al
(516) 469-9559.
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HOW TO BE
A DISCIPLE
OF JESUS
Great crowds were
traveling with Jesus, and
He turned and addressed
them, “If anyone comes to
Me without hating his
father and mother, wife
and children, brothers and
sisters, and even his own
life, he cannot be My
disciple. Whoever does
not carry his own cross and
come after Me cannot be
My disciple. … Anyone of
you who does not renounce
all his possessions cannot
be My disciple.”
 Saint Luke XIV: 25-27, 33 
Directions: Find the words below from
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