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St. Clement of Rome Catholic Church
St. Clement of Rome Catholic Church
On West Esplanade Avenue between Cleary & Richland Avenues
Volume 35
Number 1
January 3, 2016
PARISH CENTER
4317 Richland Ave. Metairie, LA 70002
Phone:
(504) 887-7821
Fax:
(504) 454-3906
E-mail: [email protected]
PRIESTS
Rev. Luis F. Rodriguez, Pastor
Johnston,
Parochial
Vicar
Rev. Matthew
Peter P. Finney,
Parochial
Vicar
DEACONS
David Caldero
Carlo Maniglia
Robert
Pendzimaz
Ian
Bozant,
Intern
EUCHARISTIC
ADORATION
MASS
SCHEDULE
Our adoration chapel is open 24 hours
SATURDAY
VIGILfor one4:00
daily.
To volunteer
hourpm
each
SUNDAY
8:00 am
week,
contact the Parish Center.
10:00 am
Noon
RECONCILIATION / CONFESSIONS
6:00pm
pm
Wednesday
5:00 – 5:45
MISA
EN
ESPAÑOL
2:00
pm
Saturday
3:00 – 3:45 pm
MONDAY-SATURDAY 8:15 am
or
by
appointment
TUE / WED / THU
6:00 pm
PASTORAL CARE OF THE SICK
DEVOTIONS
Please
notify the Parish Center when a
Novena to Our
PerpetualorHelp—
parishioner
is Lady
in theofhospital
unable
after both Masses
to Tuesdays
attend Mass.
Divine Mercy Chaplet—Mon-Sat—7:30 am
Holy Rosary, 7:45 am (Cry Room)
BAPTISMS
Holy Hour—1st
8:15
Children
underFridays
sevenafter
years
of am
ageMass
are
Hora Santa—Primeros viernes—7:00 pm
baptized on the first and third Saturday
of
each monthADORATION
after the 4:00 pm Mass.
EUCHARISTIC
Our adoration
chapel
is open Center
24 hoursto
Please
contact
the Parish
daily. To volunteer
for one hour each week,
schedule
an appointment.
contact the Parish Center.
MATRIMONY
RECONCILIATION
/ CONFESSIONS
Contact a parish priest
or deacon at
Wednesdays
5:00
– 5:45the
pm desired
least six (6) months before
Saturdays
wedding date. 3:00 – 3:45 pm
or by appointment
FUNERALS
PASTORAL CARE OF THE SICK
Please
contact the Parish Center
Please notify the Parish Center when a
making
thehospital
final arrangements
before
parishioner
is in the
or unable to
with
funeral home.
attendthe
Mass.
BAPTISMS
Children under seven years of age are
baptized on the first and third Saturday of
each month after the 4:00 pm Mass. Please
contact the Parish Center to schedule an
appointment.
MATRIMONY / WEDDINGS
Contact a parish priest or deacon at least
six (6) months before the desired wedding
date.
FUNERALS
Please contact the Parish Center
before making the final arrangements with
the funeral home.
PARISH STAFF
Cynthia Bird, Operations Manager
Kevin Fountain, Maintenance Technician
Claire Gallagher, Youth & Young Adult
Minister
Louis Hackett, Music Director
Theresa Laughlin, Administrative Assistant
Mickie Morris, Faith Formation &
Evangelization Coordinator
Gail Stromeyer, Technology Coordinator
Patricia Swonger, Office Assistant
VISIT US: http://www.scrparish.org.
[email protected] Clement of Rome
PARISH SCHOOL
3978 West Esplanade Ave.
Metairie, LA 70002
Phone: 504-888-0386 Fax: 504-885-8273
Dr. Patricia Speeg, Principal
Kimberly Downes, Assistant Principal
NEW PARISHIONERS — WELCOME!
Registration forms are available on the
table in back of church or on our website.
Facebook “St. Clement of Rome Parish”
LOOKING IN THE RIGHT PLACES
BUSCAR EN EL LUGAR CORRECTO
“Appearances can be deceiving,” as the saying
goes. As we celebrate the epiphania, the
“appearing” of the eternal Word of God on earth,
this is still true.
What rapturous foresight must have filled
Isaiah as he wrote the words we hear today. How,
for four hundred years, they must have filled the
hearts of the people of Israel with hope for the day
when God’s glory would shine on them. How
deceived some must have felt when the glory of
God came to them in the lowliest and humblest of
human lives.
We have many expectations about how the
divine presence will appear among us. But we can
also set ourselves up, through these expectations,
to miss the divine glory when it truly appears. We
get caught up in looking for the star, forgetting
that the star is not the divine sign, the babe is. It
may take a persistent journey for us to come upon
the true appearance of God’s glory in our lives:
Jesus Christ.
“Las apariencias engañan” dice el refrán. Al
celebrar la epifanía, la manifestación del Verbo de
Dios eterno en la tierra, el refrán sigue siendo
cierto.
¡Qué sublime premonición debe haber sentido
Isaías al escribir las palabras que hoy escuchamos!
Por cuatrocientos años, cómo habrán llenado los
corazones del pueblo de Israel con esperanzas de
que llegaría el día en que la gloria de Dios se
derramaría sobre ellos. ¡Qué desilusionados deben
haberse sentido algunos cuando la gloria de Dios
les llegó en una vida humana de las más bajas y
humildes!
Tenemos muchas expectativas de cómo la
presencia divina va a manifestarse entre nosotros.
Pero también podemos exponernos, por culpa de
esas expectativas, a perder de vista la gloria divina
cuando se nos aparece de verdad. Nos entretenemos
buscando la estrella, y nos olvidamos que la estrella
no es la señal divina, sino el bebé. Puede que
tengamos que persistir en el camino antes de llegar
a encontrarnos con la apariencia real de la gloria de
Dios en nuestra vida: Jesucristo.
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Parish Calendar News
Monday/Lunes, January 4
7:30 am Divine Mercy Chaplet (Cry Room)
7:45 am Rosary (Cry Room)
8:15 am MASS
7:00 pm Monday Night Disciples (Seton)
7:00 pm Bear Den #2 (Seelos)
7:30 pm Grupo Mariano (Drexel)
Tuesday/Martes, January 5
7:00 am Men’s Prayer Group (Seton)
7:30 am Divine Mercy Chaplet (Cry Room)
7:45 am Rosary (Cry Room)
8:15 am MASS
6:00 pm MASS
6:30 pm Girl Scout Troop (Seelos)
6:30 pm Cub Scout Den Leaders (Padua)
8:30 pm Men’s Basketball (Gym)
Wednesday/Miércoles, January 6
7:30 am Divine Mercy Chaplet (Cry Room)
7:45 am Rosary (Cry Room)
8:15 am MASS
8:55 am School MASS
2:30 pm Young Elders (Vosbein Hall)
5:00 pm Confessions
6:00 pm MASS
7:00 pm RCIA (Seton)
7:00 pm Legion of Mary (Drexel)
7:30 pm Ensayo—Coro Latino (Padua)
7:30 pm Boy Scouts (Vosbein Hall)
Thursday/Jueves, January 7
7:30 am Divine Mercy Chaplet (Cry Room)
7:45 am Rosary (Cry Room)
8:15 am MASS
9:00 am St. Anthony Ministry (Padua)
4:00 pm St. Anthony Food Distribution (Padua)
6:00 pm MASS
7:00 pm CYO Meeting (Seton)
Friday/Viernes, January 8
7:30 am Divine Mercy Chaplet (Cry Room)
8:15 am MASS
8:45 am Holy Hour (Church)
2:30 pm Daisy Troop (Padua)
3:15 pm Brownie Troop (Seton)
7:00 pm CYO Jr. High Lock-In (Gym)
7:00 pm Hora Santa (Church)
Saturday/Sábado, January 9
7:30 am Divine Mercy Chaplet (Cry Room)
7:45 am Rosary (Cry Room)
8:15 am MASS
3:00 pm Confessions (Church)
3:30 pm Rosary (Church)
4:00 pm MASS
Sunday/Domingo, January 10
8:00 am MASS
10:00 am MASS
12:00 pm MASS
2:00 pm MISA
4:00 pm Confirmation Session #5 (Vosbein Hall)
6:00 pm MASS
Please pray for the protection of
all our troops who are stationed
in the Middle East, especially
for: Eli Arnold,Tyler Brewer Astin,
Drew Bouysou, Thomas P. Brewer II, Christopher
Aaron Dugas, Ian Erickson, Eldhen Fajardo, Ed
Gussman, III, Dimian A. Lozano, Chris Munguia, Troy A. Pridemore, David Sowell, Soldiers
3/4 Marines, Carlos Macías, Daniel Nelson, Luis
Antonio Betancourt
CYO / Calendar of Events
Sunday, Jan. 3—General Meeting
7:00-9:00 pm (Parish Center)
Thursday, Jan. 7—Mission Trip Info
Meeting
7:00 pm (Parish Center)
Friday, Jan. 8—Junior CYO Kick-off Party
7:00-11:00 pm (Gym)
Sunday, Jan. 10—Confirmation Session #5
4:00 pm (Vosbein Hall)
Friday, Jan. 15— Mardi Gras Ball
8:00-11:30 pm (Gym)
Thursday, Jan. 21—Pro-Life Night
7:00 pm (Parish Center)
Sunday, Jan. 24—General Meeting
7:00 pm (Parish Center)
All 8th -12th graders interested in joining our
CYO are invited to check out the updated “Youth Ministry” section on the website for more information on
events or to sign up. Information is also available in all
foyers of the church. For any questions on any of these
events, call Claire at 887-7821 or email her at
[email protected]
Thank you!
Thanks to all who purchased Christmas king cakes
for our CYO fundraiser. Your generosity helped to
fund our winter CYO retreat!
And there is a time for healing / Y hay un tiempo para sanar
Those who are sick are asking the Lord that they may
regain their strength. May they find comfort as a result
of our prayers, especially:
Ernie Aponte, Ann Bileci, Millie Belin, Armand
Bellanger, Sr., Bruce Bivona, Clarence Blanchard,
Kathleen Brown, Catherine Cabibi, Luke Cartozzo,
Rayford Chatelain, Cheryl Chaucer, Betty Cutrera,
Libby Delesderine, Lana Duke, Doris Fourcade,
Christina Fowler, Diane Gambino, Betty Gaiennie,
Elizabeth Gaiennie, Carol & Brian Gassen, Juanita
Genovese, Glenn Geraci, Weston Golden, Joan & Cindy
Haro, Xochilt Rodriguez-Jacoby, Christina James,
Perry Juneau, Sybil Joseph, Karen Kocke, Marie
Labella, Anna Landreneau, Tommy Lawler, Elsa Lecke,
Wayne Levet, Yvonne Lovecchio, Chris Mandella,
Danny Mack, Anne Maginnis, Juanita McDonald,
Giovanna Montalbano, Gloria Moreau, Beverly and
Charles Murray, Martin Narcisse, II., Faith Noullet,
Mickey Palmisano, Arthur & Janet Picou, Kitty Perre,
Joyce Rabel, Lilean Schenck, Ann Schneider, Shirley
Schneider, Morris Schneider, Sherri Schneller, Martin
Stokes, Pam Tillman, Kleo Tonglet, Susan Turgeau,
Anna Upton, Patricia Vezina, Albert Voltolina, Joyce
Wagner, Terry Wagner, Joel Warren, John Washington, Dana Welch, Ricky Welch, Jack Westholz, Cephas
Williams, Kristian Williams, Nathan Williamson
Ecclesiastes 3:1,3-5
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the breadth and richness of our Catholic
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in 2 parts: (1) January thru the end of
March; (2) September thru the end of
November. Weekly day and evening sessions. Info & signup sheets in the bulletin
and at all church entrances. Sessions run for
1 ½ hours and no homework is required!!!
For more information please visit our website, pick up a form at any church
entrance or contact Mickie at the Parish
Center.
Saturday/Sabado, January 2
4:00 pm Peter Catalano †, Rita Kelly Hernandez †,
Paul Bernard Schmitt †, Pauline Harrison †,
James Olsen, Robert White †, Sr. Juliana Danos †,
Sr. Mary Grace Danos †, The Jacobs Family,
Daisy Saia, Danny Mack, John-Paul Ruiz,
Joseph Hogh, Jr. †, Marshall & Leonie Knight †,
Margie DeNoux †, Joseph T. Roche, Sr. †,
Marie Tusa †
Sunday/Domingo January 3
8:00 am All Parishioners
10:00 am Howard Zeringue †, Helen M. LeBourgeois †,
Dale Evans †, Elaine Gros †, Randy Foulon †,
Claire Fulham †, Giuseppe Augello †,
Iolanda Vincenti †, John Nguyen †,
Claire Tatum-Palestina †, Marilyn Middleton,
Philip Maniglia †, Charles & Rosemary Tusa †,
Lisa Tusa †, Dr. & Mrs. Jack Andonie, Mr. Barron †
12 noon Robert E. White, Sr. †
2:00 pm Luz María Figueroa, María de Lourdes Rodríguez
6:00 pm Phil Sison
Monday/Lunes, January 4
8:15 am Ashleigh Santos †
Tuesday/Martes, January 5
8:15 am Rose & Phil Gardner †
6:00 pm Ferdinand & Audry Frank †
Wednesday/Miércoles, January 6
8:15 am Kamryn Pearse
6:00 pm Clifford Long Family Living & Deceased
Thursday/Jueves, January 7
8:15 am Tina Hanley †
6:00 pm Clifford Long Family Living & Deceased
Friday/Viernes, January 8
8:15 am Carol Dares †
Saturday/Sábado, January 9
8:15 am Claire “Cookie” Fulham †
KINGLY GIFTS
This day in many parts of the world is called
Three Kings Day because of today’s Gospel reading about the visit of the three kings or magi to see
the child Jesus. The church’s name for the day,
Epiphany, is based on a Greek word that means “to
reveal” or “make visible.” Here, the child Jesus is
honored not by his own people—and certainly not
King Herod—but by strangers from afar. Only
Matthew’s Gospel tells their story. There are not
many details about the magi, but pious legends
have built up around them over the centuries. A
modern version is the operetta Amahl and the Night
Visitors, which used to be seen on television at this
time of year. The Jewish hope for centuries had
been that a Messiah, God’s Anointed One, would
be sent to the Jewish people to save them from their
sins and deliver them from their enemies. But here
we see that God reveals the Son not just to the Jews
but to the Gentiles, people like us who are also
seeking a Savior, one whom they recognize with
joy. We have expected the Savior all through Advent; we have celebrated the wonderful gift of his
birth during Christmas; and now, in this new calendar year, what gifts will we present to him in return? New Year’s resolutions often include a decision to work off all those the extra pounds that we
have gained from all our feasting and celebrating.
That is all well and good as far as it goes, but why
not resolve to do something extra for those you
love and something more for the community in
which you live? Show the love of God that is at
work in your heart, or as Saint Francis of Assisi is
thought to have said, “Preach the gospel at all
times. When necessary, use words.”
2016 CYO MISSION TRIP
All current 8th-12 graders and their parents are
invited to an informational meeting on Thursday,
January 7 to find out more information about our
summer mission trip to San Antonio, Texas,
June 20-26. The meeting will be at 7:00 pm in the
Parish Center’s Seton Room. Come here about this
wonderful opportunity for service, fun, and
fellowship!
SACRED HEART
DEVOTIONS
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OUR WEEKLY OFFERING
December 20………………………..$34,288.42
We would like to thank all
who generously support our Parish.
Agradecemos a todos los que apoyan
generosamente a nuestra parroquia.
On Friday, Jan. 8, we will have a Holy Hour in
church immediately following the 8:15 am Mass
(from 8:45 until 9:45 am). This holy hour will
conclude with Benediction by 9:45 am. The
Adoration Chapel will be closed during this hour.
PRAY FOR VOCATIONS
The best way of supporting our
New Orleans Seminarians is by
praying for them. Please pray this
week for:
THIEN THE NGUYEN
TODAY’S READINGS
First Reading — Rise up in splendor, Jerusalem!
The LORD shines upon you and the glory of the
Lord appears over you (Isaiah 60:1-6).
Psalm — Lord, every nation on earth will adore
you (Psalm 72).
Second Reading — The mystery has been made
known that the Gentiles are coheirs, copartners in
the promise in Christ Jesus through the gospel
(Ephesians 3:2-3a, 5-6).
Gospel — Magi from the east arrived, saying,
“Where is the newborn king of the
Jews?” (Matthew 2:1-12).
The English translation of the Psalm Responses from the Lectionary for Mass
© 1969, 1981, 1997, International Commission on English in the Liturgy
Corporation. All rights reserved.
The Epiphany of the Lord
Rise up in splendor, Jerusalem!
Your light has come,
the glory of the Lord shines upon you.
Isaiah 60:1
SAINTS AND SPECIAL OBSERVANCES
Sunday:
Monday:
Tuesday:
Wednesday:
Thursday:
Epiphany of the Lord
St. Elizabeth Ann Seton
St. John Neumann
St. André Bessette
St. Raymond of Penyafort
READINGS FOR THE WEEK
Monday: 1 Jn 3:22 — 4:6; Ps 2:7bc-8, 10-12a;
Mt 4:12-17, 23-25
Tuesday: 1 Jn 4:7-10; Ps 72:1-4, 7-8; Mk 6:34-44
Wednesday: 1 Jn 4:11-18; Ps 72:1-2, 10, 12-13;
Mk 6:45-52
Thursday: 1 Jn 4:19 — 5:4; Ps 72:1-2, 14, 15bc, 17;
Lk 4:14-22a
Friday: 1 Jn 5:5-13; Ps 147:12-15, 19-20; Lk 5:1216
Saturday: 1 Jn 5:14-21; Ps 149:1-6a, 9b; Jn 3:2230
Sunday: Is 42:1-4, 6-7 or Is 40:1-5, 9-11; Ps 29:14, 3, 9-10 or Ps 104:1b-4, 24-25, 27-30;
Acts 10:34-38 or Ti 2:11-14; 3:4-7;
Lk 3:15-16, 21-22
Come and spend an hour
with the Lord!
Adorers are needed on
Friday 6:00 pm
Please contact the Parish Center at 887-7821.
LITTLE MINUTES
Little drops of water,
little grains of sand,
make the mighty ocean
and the pleasant land;
so the little minutes,
humble though they be,
make the mighty ages
of eternity.
Julia A. Fletcher Carney
Living Stewardship Now
Kingly gifts . . .
. . . for God: Love God, receive the sacraments, pray, study God’s word.
. . . for the Church: Serve in a parish ministry, contribute to the offertory, support the missions.
. . . for your community: Recycle, conserve natural resources, vote.
. . . for family and friends: Make time for children, keep an open door, relax together.
. . . for yourself: Eat good food, exercise, develop your abilities, and be thankful!
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LECTURAS DE HOY
Primera lectura — ¡Levántate y brilla, Jerusalén! La
gloria del Señor amaneció sobre ti (Isaías 60:1-6).
Salmo — Que te adoren, Señor, todos los pueblos
(Salmo 72 [71]).
Segunda lectura — El misterio de que los gentiles
son coherederos, socios en la promesa en Jesucristo,
se ha dado a conocer a los hombres (Efesios 3:2-3a, 5
-6).
Evangelio — Vinieron unos Magos de Oriente preguntando: “¿Dónde está el rey de los judíos que ha
nacido?” (Mateo 2:1-12).
La Epifanía del Señor
¡Levántate, brilla, Jerusalén!
¡Tu luz ha llegado,
la gloria del Señor brilla sobre ti!
Isaías 60:1
LOS SANTOS Y OTRAS OBSERVANCIAS
Domingo:
Lunes:
Martes:
Miércoles:
Jueves:
La Epifanía del Señor
Santa Isabel Ana Seton
San Juan Neumann
Beato André Bessette
San Raimundo de Peñafort
Salmo responsorial: Leccionario I © 1976, Comisión Episcopal de Pastoral
Litúrgica de la Conferencia del Episcopado Mexicano. Usado con permiso.
dos los derechos reservados.
LECTURAS DE LA SEMANA
Lunes: 1 Jn 3:22 — 4:6; Sal 2:7bc-8, 10-12a;
Mt 4:12-17, 23-25
Martes: 1 Jn 4:7-10; Sal 72 (71):1-4, 7-8; Mc 6:3444
Miércoles: 1 Jn 4:11-18; Sal 72 (71):1-2, 10, 1213; Mc 6:45-52
Jueves: 1 Jn 4:19 — 5:4; Sal 72 (71):1-2, 14,
15bc, 17; Lc 4:14-22a
Viernes: 1 Jn 5:5-13; Sal 147:12-15, 19-20;
Lc 5:12-16
Sábado: 1 Jn 5:14-21; Sal 149:1-6a, 9b; Jn 3:22-30
Domingo: Is 42:1-4, 6-7 o Is 40:1-5, 9-11;
Sal 29 (28):1-4, 3, 9-10 o Sal 104 (103):1b
-4, 24-25, 27-30; Hch 10:34-38 o
Tit 2:11-14; 3:4-7; Lc 3:15-16, 21-22
¡Ven a pasar una hora
con el Señor!
Se necesitan adoradores los
viernes a las 6:00 pm
Si puede comprometerse a esta hora
semanalmente, llámenos al 887-7821.
HORA SANTA
El próximo viernes, 8 de enero, tendremos una Hora
Santa en español a las 7:00 pm en nuestra
iglesia. Comenzaremos con la exposición del
Santísimo y concluiremos con la Bendición del
Santísimo a las 8:00. ¡Todos están invitados a adorar
a nuestro Señor con esta devoción de los primeros
viernes!
La corresponsabilidad vivida ahora
Regalos reales. . .
. . . para Dios: Ama a Dios, recibe los sacramentos, ora, estudia la palabra de Dios.
. . . para la Iglesia: Sirve en algún ministerio parroquial, contribuye al ofertorio, mantén las misiones.
. . . para la comunidad: Recicla, conserva los recursos naturales, ejerce tu derecho al voto.
. . . para la familia y amistades: Dedícale tiempo a los niños, mantén tu apertura, relájense juntos.
. . . para ti: Come alimentos buenos, haz ejercicio, desarrolla tus habilidades y ¡sé agradecido!
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REGALOS REALES
En muchas partes del mundo el día de hoy se
conoce como la fiesta de los Reyes Magos pues,
como nos dice el evangelio de hoy, los reyes o magos vinieron a ver al Niño Jesús. El nombre que la
Iglesia le da a este día, la Epifanía, proviene de una
palabra griega que significa “revelación” o “hacer
visible”. En este relato escuchamos que quienes
honraron al Niño Jesús no fue su propia gente—y
ciertamente no el rey Herodes—sino extranjeros le
janos. El Evangelio de san Mateo nos cuenta su
historia. No existen muchos detalles acerca de los
magos, pero sí muchas leyendas piadosas por el
correr de los siglos. Una versión moderna es la
opereta Amahl y los Visitantes Nocturnos, que
antes la ponían por televisión durante este tiempo
del año. La esperanza de los judíos por siglos era
que el Mesías, el Ungido de Dios, sería enviado al
pueblo judío para salvarlo de sus pecados y librarlos de sus enemigos. Pero aquí vemos que Dios
revela a su Hijo no sólo a los judíos sino también a
los paganos, personas como nosotros que buscan al
Salvador y que se alegran al reconocerlo.
Estuvimos esperando al Salvador durante todo
el Adviento, hemos celebrado el maravilloso regalo
de su nacimiento en la Navidad y ahora, en este
nuevo año civil, ¿con qué regalos corresponderemos? Las resoluciones de Año Nuevo incluyen a
menudo hacer ejercicio físico para rebajar esas
libras extras que ganamos durante las festividades y
celebraciones. Todo eso es muy santo y muy bueno
pero, ¿por qué no tomar la resolución de hacer algo
extra por las personas que amamos y por la comunidad en que vivimos? Demuestra el amor de Dios
que mueve tu corazón o, como dicen que dijo san
Francisco de Asís: “Predica el evangelio siempre y,
cuando sea necesario, usa las palabras”.
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BUENA DISPOSICIÓN
Una buena disposición es una virtud en sí
misma, y es duradera; el peso de los años no la
deprecian, y el amor que se funda en ella perdura
Ovidio
hasta el fin.
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