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The oldest continuously operating library in the world is in this Egyptian monastery...  

One of the oldest Christian monasteries in the world still in operation, the Monastery of Saint Catherine in Sinai is home to almost two thousand years of history — and many more years of legend: tradition claims, for example, that the main altar of the monastery is built on the spot where the Burning Bush first addressed Moses...

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2019-08-19 12:40:46



Ecstatic love and Real Presence...  

Ecstasy is a total going out of oneself. It is an abandonment of all else save for what has captured the heart. It is a getting caught up in the beauty, the glory of something - someone outside of myself. Ecstasy is to be rendered fully present to the other - the beloved before me captures my attention until I am aware of nothing else...

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2019-08-19 12:07:54



Why comic book artists rely on Catholic symbols to portray religion...  

While the fight for truth and justice always has spiritual implications, many stories from the DC and Marvel universes do not depict specifically religious practices. We rarely know whether a superhero attends any religious service or has any particular devotional life. However, when Christian faith is depicted, it is usually shown in a surprisingly liturgical and often Catholic manner...

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2019-08-19 11:28:01



Here's how to find out if your MacBook Pro was just banned by the FAA...  

Back in June, Apple issued a recall of approximately 460,000 15-inch MacBook Pro laptops sold between September 2015 and February 2017, stating that "the battery may overheat and pose a fire safety risk." Now, Bloomberg reports that the U.S. Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has warned airlines to ban those batteries from flights...

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2019-08-19 10:49:52



There's something about the Jeffrey Epstein story that's just out of the pit of hell...  

I thought that before he apparently killed himself while being held in federal custody. I became more convicted of that as the Saturday-morning news broke and it seemed to be the topic of every conversation, nearly impossible not to comment on. Conspiracy theories, as we well know, filled social media and conversations everywhere...

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2019-08-19 08:01:14



Poland's bishops, pro-family leaders square off against LGBT 'revolution of customs and morals' ...  

The leader of Poland's ruling party praised the Archbishop of Krakow on Sunday for his opposition to the redefinition of marriage and gender ideology in the country. Jaroslaw Kaczynski, leader of Poland's ruling Law and Justice (PiS) Party, said at a campaign event in Southeast Poland on Aug. 18 that he was "grateful" to Archbishop Marek Jędraszewski for his statement earlier this month that attempts to redefine marriage and impose gender ideology in Poland were part of a "rainbow pla...

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2019-08-19 04:31:39



Conspiracy theories are not as harmless as they sound...  

It's easy to dismiss conspiracy theorists as your crazy uncle. You know... listen to them rattling on about false flags, fake moon landings, lizard people and so forth...you listen with mild interest, nod and smile then chuckle and change the subject. But what if conspiracy theories are actually not the harmless eccentricities of people with a screw loose and too much time on their hands...

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2019-08-19 03:13:29



Undaunted, Justice Clarence Thomas seeks the Supreme Court's atonement on abortion...  

Another Supreme Court term has ended, and once again the court failed to revisit the question of abortion. In our time, it seems that abortion is discussed everywhere except the Supreme Court, where most justices seem intent to do anything to avoid the topic. And still, each passing term, the stain of Roe v. Wade seeps deeper, corroding our system of laws from within...

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2019-08-19 02:01:37



Pope Francis: Discover the beauty of prayer in adoration...  

Pope Francis said Sunday that prayer in adoration of God and service to others spreads the fire of God's love, changing the world one heart at a time. "I invite everyone to discover the beauty of the prayer of adoration and to exercise it often," Pope Francis said Aug. 18. Adoration of God in prayer is necessary to allow the fire of love that Jesus brought to the earth to envelop our entire existence...

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2019-08-18 14:37:13



The battle is engaged — choose your sides!...  

The readings this Sunday speak of a great cosmic battle that is taking place all around us. In the Gospel, Jesus speaks of it vividly and of his own mission to engage our ancient foe and to gather God's elect back from the enslaving clutches of Satan, who was a murderer and a liar from the beginning (cf John 8:44). As Jesus approaches Jerusalem for the final time...

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2019-08-18 08:06:48



5 possibilities for a grand Catholic experiment in 'open innovation'...  

In what could either be seen as a remarkable blow for democracy in the Church, or as a craven ploy for publicity about an asset otherwise consigned to obscurity, the Salesian religious order has thrown open a choice to the public that's usually reserved to authority. At issue is this: What to do with a property which, not so long ago...

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2019-08-18 03:17:53



The Bishop of Amsterdam explains Mary to Protestants...  

As Catholics and Protestants together, we honor Mary as the Mother of Christ. All her dignity, all her greatness, comes from him, and from him alone. We agree on that. To fully understand who she is, therefore, we must first take a closer look at him. He is the Son of the Father, "the Son of the Most High", as the Archangel called him during the Annunciation to the Virgin Mary...

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2019-08-17 13:32:38



Relevant Radio purchases Salem Media stations for $17.7 million, increases reach to 220 million people ...  

Relevant Radio has entered into an agreement with Salem Media Group (NASDAQ: SALM) to purchase nine AM stations and four FM translators in eight markets. Salem Media Group has agreed to sell stations to Relevant Radio in Boston, Atlanta, Houston, Dallas, San Antonio, St. Louis, Denver, and Youngstown for $8,732,125. This transaction...

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2019-08-17 12:56:07



National collegiate group fans flames of faith in athletes...  

With college football season around the corner, players and onlookers alike are thinking of passing routes, touchdowns and field goals. However, Catholic sportsman Thomas Wurtz is primarily thinking about God. Wurtz is the founder of Varsity Catholic, the athletic arm of Fellowship of Catholic University Students (FOCUS). Since 2007 he has been heading a team of former athletes who return to college campuses to guide current athletes in their faith...

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2019-08-17 10:16:10



Apologetics vs. evangelization? Argument and witness for the sake of others...  

The purpose of evangelization is to make Christ and the Church known to others so that they might receive the gift of faith and choose to convert to Christianity. It is a work accomplished in close collaboration with the Holy Spirit. The purpose of apologetics, on the other hand, is to clear away obstacles to faith by demonstrating that the claims about Christ...

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2019-08-17 09:42:30



To found a school...  

I'm joyfully anticipating Bl. John Henry Newman's canonization on October 13th, a momentous day for the Church and for Catholic education in particular. Newman wrote the most comprehensive and in depth work on the nature of Catholic education in his Idea of a University. The book arose from a series of addresses he gave to the faculty of the university he founded in Dublin...

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2019-08-17 08:10:55



We are lonely people in search of home. What is missing? From what have we cut ourselves off?  

Various metrics confirm that, over the last 30 years there has been a sharp increase in loneliness. Almost one in four Americans (most under the age of 50) feel isolated, many with no person in whom to confide, according to a 2018 study from the Kaiser Family Foundation in partnership with The Economist. Last year in the U.K., the prime minister appointed a "minister for loneliness" in an effort to draw attention to what increasingly is seen as a societal epidemic contributing to depression ...

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2019-08-17 05:28:13



Will everyone go to Heaven?  

I think part of our contemporary struggle with the doctrines of heaven and hell is that we have an inadequate idea of what each place is like. Most Americans probably think of heaven as like a Disney World in the sky, guarded by gates and either St. Peter, or Jesus, or some angels as gate-keepers. You can get into the eternal amusement park if you've done more "good" than "bad" in your life...

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2019-08-17 03:30:05



5 must-have school supplies to keep kids on the path to Heaven...  

It's that time again when moms and dads across this great land finish checking off a mile-long list of obscure, annoyingly specific school supplies. We scour the internet, traipse through aisle after aisle of every big box store and office supply emporium around, trying to find the correct color, brand, and amount, at the right price...

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2019-08-17 02:58:28



Heroism and priesthood, Dachau and Amazonia...  

In late June, I visited the concentration camp at Dachau, located in a wooded suburb a few miles from downtown Munich. The camp site struck me as rather too neat: virtually all of the huts in which hundreds of thousands of prisoners lived, starved, and died are gone, and the atmosphere, despite a blistering hot afternoon, was antiseptic...

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2019-08-16 10:13:54



Iraqi church formerly defaced by ISIS rededicated on Assumption feast...  

An Iraqi church damaged and defaced by the Islamic State in 2014 was rededicated Thursday for the parish's celebration of the Feast of the Assumption of Mary. The Syriac Catholic Church of Mar Behnam and Mart Sarah in the Iraqi city of Qaraqosh welcomed Archbishop Petros Mouche of Mosul, priests, and the local Catholic community to celebrate the solemnity...

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2019-08-16 06:21:26



Drawn near to the Real Presence of Jesus Christ...  

In the Eucharist, Christ's countenance shines with a personal energy that the Church calls "Real Presence." He is wholly surrendered to us in a way that is meant to bring His passion to bear in our lives. Not passive, He actively enters into our company and knocks at the door of our hearts. He shines on us and evokes the deepest and most tender desires...

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2019-08-16 02:18:08



Livestreamed DC 'Theology on Tap' Q&A prompts investigation of National Shrine rector Msgr. Walter Rossi...  

The Diocese of Scranton has launched an investigation into allegations of misconduct on the part of Monsignor Walter Rossi, the rector of the Basilica of the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception in Washington. "Bishop Joseph Bambera, Bishop of the Diocese of Scranton, has commenced the process of launching a full forensic investigation into the concerns that have been raised...

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2019-08-15 13:48:16



Catholic fiction has 3 problems: writers afraid to write, publishers afraid to publish, readers afraid to read...  

It's been nearly a decade since poet and USC Professor Dana Gioia wrote an essay urging Catholic writers to "renovate and reoccupy" their own tradition within the literary culture, and it is a discussion that has been ongoing among Catholics since then—part of a broad pondering of what the "Christian imagination" means in the twenty-first century...

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2019-08-15 12:41:45



Italy's August break recalls that faith may be universal, but Vatican is particular...  

On the Church's calendar, today is the feast of the Assumption of Mary, marking belief in the bodily taking up of Mary into Heaven at the end of her earthly life. It was formally defined as a dogma of the Catholic Church by Pope Pius XII in 1950. For most Italians, however, August 15 has another connotation. It's known here as ferragosto...

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2019-08-15 10:24:47



The Assumption of Mary is a historical fact with biblical roots...  

While the actual event of the Assumption of Mary into Heaven is not recorded in the Scriptures, there is a biblical basis for the teaching that, considered as a whole, confirms Catholic teaching as both fitting and in keeping with biblical principles. Let's ponder this feast in stages. First, to be "assumed" means to be taken up by God bodily into Heaven...

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2019-08-15 10:21:30



What should we do about the loss of belief in the Real Presence?  

Most of you have probably heard about the recent survey conducted by the Pew Research Center, which found that only 26% of Catholics under age 40 believe in the real presence of Christ in the Holy Eucharist. There have been two different interpretations of these results. The first is that the numbers show a failure of teaching; poor catechesis is the fundamental cause...

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2019-08-15 08:54:30



Liberal white Catholic parish vs. new conservative black priest = clumsy Oregonian story...  

I attended college in southwest Portland; my first newspaper reporting job was just south of town; I have multiple friends in the area and my brother was an Oregonian reporter for 36 years. In other words, I know a thing or two about the area, its people and the local media. Religion coverage at the Oregonian has had some definite highs and lows in past decades...

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2019-08-15 07:20:04



12 things to know and share about the Assumption of Mary...  

August 15 is the solemnity of the Assumption of Mary. In the United States, it is a holy day of obligation (in years when it does not fall on a Monday). What is the Assumption of Mary, how did it come to be defined, and what relevance does it have for our lives? Here are 12 things to know and share...

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2019-08-15 06:41:07



NBC News report: At fertility clinics, abandoned embryos could number in the millions...  

The number of "abandoned" human embryos in the United States could number in the millions, and many fertility specialists are reticent to discuss the dilemma of what to do with frozen embryos, according to a recent NBC News report. According to Christine Allen, a fertility doctor who runs a consultant business called Elite IVF...

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2019-08-14 13:16:28



A lament on the shrinking of summer...  

Not so long ago the middle of August was still a lazy time to enjoy the last few days of summer. It used to be that Labor Day marked the unofficial end of summer—not so much any more in more places for more and more people. The erosion of summer is driven mainly by the start of school. I have watched with sadness as the school year seems to begin earlier and earlier and earlier...

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2019-08-14 11:43:10



'With El Paso a line has been crossed in our nation...'...  

All week long, I've been praying and reflecting on the mass shootings in California, Ohio, and El Paso, Texas. El Paso hit me in a personal way. My family is Mexican and American, and we trace our roots back to the early 1800s in what is now Texas; I lived much of my adult life there, including my five years as Archbishop of San Antonio...

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2019-08-14 09:41:34



Legionaries of Christ will publish list of credibly accused priests “soon”...  

The scandal-plagued Legion of Christ will publish a list of its own clergy credibly accused of sexual abuse. Gail Gore, spokesperson for the priestly order founded by sexual predator, morphine addict, and charlatan Marcial Maciel, said in a recent email exchange that the Legion will publish its list "soon." "We will be releasing our list of Legionaries who have received substantiated claims of sexual abuse soon...

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2019-08-14 08:21:05



15-year-old blocks LGBT pride march in Poland with crucifix and rosary...  

While Poland held its first-ever LGBT Pride March on Aug. 10 in Płock, 15-year-old Jakub Baryła held a crucifix and rosary in his hands. Baryła stood before LGBT supporters and police during the march, holding high a crucifix and rosary. He said the the late Fr. Ignacy Skorupko was the inspiration behind his actions. Fr. Skorupko is said to have held a cross "during the Warsaw battle with the Bolsheviks in 1920...

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2019-08-14 05:40:30



Meet the almost-100-year-old priest who knew St. Maximilian Kolbe...  

Franciscan Father Lucjan Krolikowski's recollections are sharp and vivid — as the grip of his handshake is strong. And for a priest who's about to reach the century mark, equally strong is the joy he radiates in all he does. When told he doesn't look like he's going to be 100, he answers, "I don't feel like it!" With a lighthearted acceptance in his voice...

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2019-08-14 05:38:02



Please, stop talking about 'values'...  

This week I have received a political flyer aimed at "values voters," heard a fundraising pitch from an organization that upholds family "values," and sat through a sermon about maintaining Christian "values" in a secular world. The constant references to "values" are tiresome, they're ineffective, and they're fundamentally misguided...

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2019-08-14 04:50:23



Watch Nightcrawler help Wolverine reconcile with God in 'X-Men: The Animated Series'...  

In the 1990s, Marvel produced X-Men: The Animated Series and it was a ground-breaking series on a number of levels. For example, in season 3, episode 18, a Catholic mutant known as Nightcrawler encounters a small group of the X-Men, including Wolverine. The X-Men find refuge in the monastery where Nightcrawler is living and what happens next is something unheard of in mainstream animated television...

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2019-08-14 03:59:15



This feature about the fired ESPN staffer who became a Catholic priest gets religion — half of it anyway...  

A reader drew our attention to a Sports Business Journal feature on the former ESPN staffer fired in 2012 for his "Chink in the Armor" headline about Jeremy Lin, the Taiwanese-American point guard who recently won an NBA title with the Toronto Raptors. "One bad headline cost him his job at ESPN," the story's headline notes...

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2019-08-14 03:57:17



An astonishing miracle of Divine Mercy at Auschwitz...  

I have visited Auschwitz only once. It is not a place to which I wish to return any time soon. Although that visit was many years ago, Auschwitz is a place one does not forget. Whether it is the large silent rooms with glass screens, behind which lie the stacked remains of the confiscated clothes and luggage, spectacles and identity cards or (worse still) the extracted teeth or hair from the inmates of that concentration camp; or...

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2019-08-14 03:56:08



Want to be a great storyteller (or homilist)? First, break these bad habits.....  

You've heard dozens of times that you're more likely to engage your audience when you tell a story in your presentation. A story that's powerful and relevant can galvanize people and inspire action. But even otherwise great stories can be told badly. Here are few pitfalls you'll need to avoid to make sure you don't sabotage your own storytelling...

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2019-08-14 02:45:38



Letting weeping spend the night...  

It was the twenty-third of May, and I found myself face to face with a small, sticky-sweet-looking red velvet cake. I may have considered the purchase for a few moments; cake isn't healthy after all. In the end, though, I brought it home, and we had it for dessert. My husband asked me what the family had done to earn cake on a seemingly random day...

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2019-08-14 02:34:04



Visiting G.K. Chesterton, C.S. Lewis, J.R.R. Tolkien and John Henry Newman: An England pilgrimage (with photos)...  

In June 2019, my wife and I flew to England on a pilgrimage to celebrate our tenth wedding anniversary. We spent five days in London and three in Oxford. Our goal was to see and pray at all the sites associated with G.K. Chesterton, C.S. Lewis, J.R.R. Tolkien, and John Henry Newman, who have each massively impacted our faith and family...

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2019-08-14 01:49:41



Will earthly marriages be acknowledged in Heaven?  

We ought not to conclude that a long marriage in this world will have no meaning at all in the age to come. In heaven our body and our soul will be perfected. So, too, our fundamental relationships, both spousal and familial. They will not be discarded or simply forgotten. Surely those who are spouses here will experience a far more perfect union in Heaven...

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2019-08-13 14:21:52



This Sunday's Mass readings can be unsettling. This will help you get their meaning... ...  

In recent decades, the term "family values" has almost become a code word for "Christian culture" in American society. Influential Christian organizations have adopted names like "Focus on the Family," "American Family Association," the "Family Research Council"; and on the Catholic side of things we have "Catholic Family Land...

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2019-08-13 14:07:36



The saintly Capuchin who saved Christendom from Islam and gave us cappuccino...  

His name is most closely associated with the famous Battle of Vienna (1683) during which he greatly contributed to repel the Ottomans who aspired to conquer Europe. Indeed, the Capuchin friar Marco d'Aviano - born Carlo Domenico Cristofori (1631-1699) - is the charismatic figure who helped Pope Innocent XI recreate the Holy League of Christian nations to oppose the Ottoman Empire's quick expansion in Europe over the preceding months...

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2019-08-13 12:50:38



Future of Michigan pro-life program in jeopardy as funding threatened...  

Lawmakers in Michigan are considering ending public funding for a program that counsels pregnant women on alternatives to abortion, prompting concern from the Michigan Catholic Conference, which has been advocating for the program since its inception five years ago. The program, administered by a nonprofit called Real Alternatives...

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2019-08-13 10:31:29



The real presence of Jesus Christ in the Blessed Sacrament grounds all human history...  

Many are offering all kinds of theories about why disciples do not believe in the Real Presence of Christ in the Blessed Sacrament. Some point to the failure of teachers to propose this truth with conviction and in a compelling way. They are right. Some point to failures in liturgical practice to maintain the reverence owed to the Lord in this great gift...

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2019-08-13 06:47:08



Yo, MSM: Anyone planning to stalk Jesusland religion ghosts lurking in 'The Hunt' movie?  

What a country we live in, these days. If you have been following the controversy surrounding the now-delayed movie "The Hunt," you know that this is — according to mainstream media reports — yet another controversy about politics, anger, guns, violence and America's Tweeter In Chief. Oh, and there is no way to avoid the dangerous word "elites" when talking about this Hollywood vs...

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2019-08-12 13:41:40



Ex-seminarian tells sordid story of papal ally's Argentine past...  

For some months now, the scandal surrounding Argentine Bishop Gustavo Zanchetta, a friend of Pope Francis brought by the pontiff to Rome and given a key position in the Vatican's financial colossus just as abuse charges were exploding back home, has taken center stage in terms of Vatican news. Few, however, are likely to have the perspective on the story as "Lucas...

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2019-08-12 13:28:29



The story of Hosea is both difficult and beautiful...  

In the Office of Readings of the Liturgy of the Hours last week we read from the Book of the Prophet Hosea. The story of the Prophet Hosea's troubled marriage is a powerful testimony to two things: our tendency to be unfaithful to God, but also God's passionate love for us. This is particularly important today as there has been so much discussion about divorce and "remarriage...

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2019-08-12 11:38:35



Parenting like a convert...  

I'm not a convert, but sometimes I wish I were. I come from a long line of cradle Catholics. It has undoubtedly been a grace to grow up simmering in the rich soup of faith seasoned over time with enduring traditions and profound familial witnesses. What a blessing! So why am I so darn jealous of converts? You know that superstar Catholic who dramatically joins the church after a lifetime denouncing the "whore of Babylon"...

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2019-08-12 10:34:25



The death of Pope St. John XXIII...  

The Vatican kept telling the world he had "gastric troubles" and "a distress of the stomach." Pope John XXIII was dying, and in constant and growing pain, from cancer. John had called and opened the Second Vatican Council, but would not be the pope to see it through. He had been diagnosed with stomach cancer in late September 1962...

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2019-08-12 09:42:20



Consumed for Christ: St. Alexander of Comana...  

Planning a cookout? If you don't have a gas grill, you'll be stocking up on charcoal briquettes. But what if you lived in an age before Kroger and convenience stores? In the old days, you'd be doing business with the local collier - that is, somebody who dealt in coal and probably manufactured it himself. It's an ancient skill that involves carefully stacking wood in a conical shape...

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2019-08-12 09:09:51



Analysis: The pastoral approach of Archbishop Charles Chaput...  

Archbishop Charles Chaput is not a cardinal. He has never been an officer at the U.S. bishops' conference. He has never lived in Rome, and, in an international Church, he is not a polyglot. Chaput's resume is not typical of most influential figures in the Church's hierarchy. But when Chaput turns 75 and submits his resignation to Pope Francis next month...

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2019-08-12 08:37:06



Why best-selling 'Hillbilly Elegy' author J.D. Vance became Catholic...  

J.D. Vance, the conservative author of Hillbilly Elegy: A Memoir of a Family and a Culture in Crisis, the well-timed 2016 memoir about a young white man's rise from poverty to Yale Law School and career success, has become a Catholic. Rod Dreher announced Vance's conversion on his popular American Conservative blog yesterday...

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2019-08-12 07:35:02



Audio recording of Pope Francis' recent Letter to Priests...  

On the 160th anniversary of the death of St. John Vianney, patron of parish priests, Pope Francis released a letter addressed to all the priests of the world. In the letter, Francis encourages and thanks his brother priests for their service, especially during such a difficult era in the life of the Church.

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2019-08-12 07:30:36



17 ways to boost belief in the Holy Eucharist...  

The news was depressing, to say the least: A Pew Research Center poll generated headlines announcing that only 30% of American Catholics believe what the Church believes about the Eucharist — that it is the Real Presence of Jesus Christ, and not merely a symbol. Who's to blame for that? We all have our guesses, I'm sure — but I also know that...

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2019-08-12 04:11:06



Pope Francis: 'War is always a loss for all humanity'...  

Pope Francis marked the 70th anniversary of the Geneva Conventions Sunday with a message urging the protection of life and human dignity in armed conflicts. "Let us not forget that war and terrorism are always a serious loss for all humanity," Pope Francis said Aug. 11 after his Angelus prayer. The Geneva Conventions are "important international legal instruments that impose limits on the use of force and are aimed at the protection of civilians and prisoners in times of war...

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2019-08-12 02:59:37



J.D. Vance, author of bestseller 'Hillbilly Elegy,' becomes Catholic...  

I've been in Cincinnati, Ohio, for a special reason this weekend: my friend J.D. Vance was baptized and received into the Catholic Church. This has been a long journey for him. He was officially brought into the Catholic faith by Father Henry Stephan, a Dominican priest, at St. Gertrude Priory. Here's a short interview I did with J...

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2019-08-12 02:40:04



Beauty ever ancient, ever new: Restoring beauty to a parish church...  

My parish church is undergoing an aesthetic transformation, one that we hope will also foster a spiritual renewal. The pastor announced last year that the narthex (front entrance area) is to be renovated and expanded along a classic design incorporating Romanesque columns and archways. This actually continues a trend that has been ongoing in the parish for decades...

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2019-08-12 01:41:20



Why the Pope probably wasn't trolling Trump on populism...  

I got a call Saturday to come on air from my friends at CNN, where I serve as senior Vatican analyst. The producers wanted me to join a morning news program, following a recent interview with Pope Francis in which he compared populist rhetoric about "us" and "we" to the kind of talk associated with the Nazis. "I am worried because you hear speeches that resemble those by Hitler in 1934...

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2019-08-12 01:21:43



Could you use some hope?  

Do you reach for your phone or turn on a TV or read a newspaper and find yourself feeling "overwhelmed, outmatched, even desperate"? Father Philip Bochanski, a priest of Philadelphia and executive director of Courage International offers a bit of a respite from everything we're bombarded by in a new book The Virtue of Hope: How Confidence in God Can Lead You to Heaven...

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2019-08-11 12:47:11



19th Ordinary Sunday: Father God, not Stranger God...  

The Collect for the 19th Sunday of Ordinary Time was not in previous editions Missale Romanum before the 1970 Novus Ordo. It has roots in the 9th century Sacramentary of Bergamo and thus is ancient text. Note that for the 2002 Missale Romanum there was a variation from the 1970MR. In the 2002MR the ablative absolute clause "docente Spiritu Sancto" was inserted...

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2019-08-11 12:14:27



Pope's Sunday Angelus: 'Be ready for the final and definitive encounter with the Lord'...  

In this Sunday's Gospel, Jesus tells His disciples to "gird your loins and light your lamps". Speaking before the recitation of the Angelus in St Peter's Square, Pope Francis described this image as one that "recalls the attitude of the pilgrim, ready to set out on a journey". "It is a question of not putting down roots in comfortable and reassuring dwellings"...

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2019-08-11 09:56:44



5 things you should do to abandon fear and prepare to meet Jesus Christ when He comes...  

In the Gospel for this weekend the Lord Jesus presents a "recipe for readiness." He gives it to us so that we can lay hold of His offer that we not be afraid. He is not simply saying, "Be not afraid." He is explaining how we can battle fear by being ready. Christians today are often uncertain about what is necessary in order to be ready to meet God...

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2019-08-11 08:41:36



First day of school photo of siblings praying goes viral: 'We pray for everyone'...  

First day of school photos are precious but one Louisiana mother's photo is going viral for what her kids are doing in the face of tough times. Jamisha Harris, of Baton Rouge, shared a prayer and photo of her three children -- Eugene, 10, Jorden, 8, and Emily, 7 -- praying before their first day of school Monday.

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2019-08-11 08:10:12



Cardinal Pell: 'Amazon or no Amazon, the Church cannot allow any confusion'...  

Cardinal George Pell has written a letter thanking supporters for their prayers, and saying he is "disturbed" by the preparations for the forthcoming synod on the Amazon. The text of the two-page, handwritten letter - images of which were shared with CNA and confirmed by sources close to Pell - has been circulated amongst a group of Pell's closest supporters in Australia...

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2019-08-11 07:47:29



Pope Francis' words to priests should be heard by every Christian...  

On Sunday, the 160th anniversary of the death of St. John Marie Vianney (the patron saint of parish priests), Pope Francis released a letter to priests. In more candid terms than perhaps anywhere else in his writing, the Holy Father acknowledges the deep pain the recent sexual abuse crisis has caused in the Church — above all to victims...

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2019-08-09 13:50:25



Raymond Leo Cardinal Burke weighs in on 2020 Dems, calls out Biden, Harris...  

Raymond Leo Cardinal Burke weighed in on the field of 2020 Democratic candidates and how some who describe themselves as Catholics conflict with the religion. "I've had non-Catholic leaders of government in this nation tell me that they were certain that the Catholic teaching on abortion and so-called same-sex marriage have changed because so many Catholics on Capitol Hill are regularly supporting this kind of legislation...

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2019-08-09 12:56:57



Bishop on trial for sex abuse leaves judge's chambers with a smile on his face...  

Bishop Gustavo Zanchetta, an Argentine prelate whom Pope Francis transferred to Rome after accepting his resignation due to what he acknowledged was "despotic" behavior, presented himself in court today in the diocese he once led, where he faces charges of "aggravated continuous sexual abuse." The charges carry a maximum penalty of 10 years in prison...

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2019-08-09 12:35:13



What was Moses' sin? Why did God punish him so severely?  

At Thursday's daily Mass (Thursday of the 18th week of the year) we read of the sin that excluded Moses from leading the people to the Promised Land. While there are some mysterious elements to it, one thing seems clear: the grumbling of the people got on Moses' nerves. Indeed, grumbling often affects more than just the one doing the complaining...

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2019-08-09 12:26:38



An extraordinary coincidence involving Pope John Paul II is just coming to light.....  

Forty years after Pope John Paul II bent the course of the 20th century in a more humane direction during his first pilgrimage to his Polish homeland in June 1979, new information continues to emerge about what happened behind the scenes, shedding further light on those epic events. The latest surprise involves a hitherto unremarked (and evidently impromptu) meeting of the Polish episcopate with the Polish pope in the middle of what's become known as the "Nine Days...

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2019-08-09 07:18:59



A call to a kneeling theology...  

In order to be a compelling force in social renewal, theological wisdom needs the animating power of mystical wisdom. The study of theology needs to be imbued with a deeper contemplation of the Word made flesh. Some presume that recourse to prayer in the context of theological study is anti-intellectual, a flight into fantasy, or even an escape into the merely affective...

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2019-08-09 05:03:13



Ordaining married men 'absolutely not' main theme of Amazonian synod, says Pope...  

The ordination to the priesthood of mature, married men, sometimes called viri probati, is among the topics to be addressed at October's Amazon synod but is "absolutely not" one of the principle themes of the meeting, Pope Francis said. In an interview with Italian newspaper La Stampa, published Aug. 9, Pope Francis said the possibility of ordaining viri probati is "absolutely not" among the main topics and is "simply a number of the instrumentum laboris...

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2019-08-09 01:30:16



Is religious freedom disappearing? If so, it's because our nation has embraced faith without reason.....  

If you have been following the recent political debates and the rulings being made by our courts, you will see that we seem to be at a turning point when it comes to the place of believers in our society. Increasingly, religious belief is being treated as equal to beliefs that do not rely upon reason but only one's will. As your shepherd...

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2019-08-09 01:21:33



Saint Dominic: The preacher of the Incarnation...  

Christianity is no mere ideology, a set of human goals with no power to save. Nor is it a natural religion, the aggregate wisdom of the sages who through long experience learned to get along in the world. It is instead a revealed religion, in which God has deigned to take the initiative and make himself known. But God did not show himself and disappear...

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2019-08-08 19:35:20



Prince Harry has a problem with humans...  

In a recent British Vogue Magazine interview, Prince Harry made a comment that caused quite a stir. The Duke of Sussex stated that he and his wife would have a "maximum" of "two" children for the sake of the environment. It's easy to dismiss Harry's comment as the irrelevant, meandering, mumblings and grumblings of a man whose most notable accomplishment was being born into royalty—the original "famous for being famous" achievement—but I'm not going to do that...

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2019-08-08 13:58:54



God's warning to the slothful and fearful...  

In daily Mass (Wednesday of the 18th week of the year) we hear of the grumbling that sentenced the ancient Jews to wander in the wilderness for forty years. They forfeited the very blessing they left Egypt to obtain. God had promised them a land of their own, a Promised Land flowing with milk and honey. At the critical moment, when God was ready to give it to them...

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2019-08-08 12:47:15



At Knights of Columbus convention, Kendrick Castillo remembered, honored as 'a hero'...  

Kendrick Castillo, an 18 year-old who died in May while helping disarm a school shooter in Highlands Ranch, Colorado, was honored by the Knights of Columbus on Tuesday night with the Caritas Medal. "And as we go through life, just remember, be like Kendrick. Be selfless," John Castillo, father of Kendrick Castillo, said upon accepting the Caritas Medal on behalf of his son at the annual Knights of Columbus State Dinner on Tuesday...

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2019-08-08 11:25:33



Discovering the pattern of our life in the Paschal Mystery...  

We ponder many things on the Feast of the Transfiguration, among them the pattern of our life. Peter, James, and John saw the glory of Christ there, but only after a difficult climb up Mount Tabor. Peter wanted to remain there, but the Lord said, in effect, "No, we must go down this mountain and eventually up another, Calvary...

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2019-08-08 08:20:47



The legacy of Saint Dominic...  

Today, in the Catholic Church, we remember one of the great saints, the founder of an order that bears his own name - Saint Dominic. Formally known as Saint Dominic de Guzman, the Spanish born saint is known for uprooting the Albigensian heresy, his passion for learning, and his love for the poor. Considered a motley crew at their founding...

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2019-08-08 07:44:17



Could the Acts of the Apostles be written today? A little light in the darkness.....  

Are you feeling at all overwhelmed by darkness — evil, violence, death, anger, anxiety, despair, t name a few — in the news? Free yourself to live entirely in the light. That's been the message, anyway, I've been getting reading some of the reflections in the last few days in the Roman Breviary. On Sunday morning, as we were all hearing about the Dayton murders...

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2019-08-08 04:57:02



Missing files and an exorcism of an “archbishop's residence of evil”: Guam's clergy abuse scandal...  

Walter Denton wanted to grow up to be just like Father Tony Apuron, until the night he says the parish priest raped him in a church rectory. The pastor sent the sobbing 13-year-old altar boy away with a warning: "If you say anything to anybody, no one will believe you." Denton told his mother, but says she accused him of making it up...

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2019-08-08 04:14:20



Murderous mama's boys: Wisdom from Johnny Cash and the Wu Tang Clan on mass shooters...  

Violent men often have a strange and disordered relationship with their fathers and mothers and, relatedly, with women generally. This is not to say that mothers cause the problem of violence - far from it - but that mothers cannot direct and affirm masculinity the way men must, and in some this evolves into an unhealthy relationship to women...

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2019-08-08 03:59:27



Semper Paratus: Readings for the 17th Sunday in Ordinary Time...  

My father once served as the chaplain for the U.S. Coast Guard Academy in New London, Connecticut. (U.S. Navy chaplains also serve the Marines and the Coast Guard). I have fond memories of that beautiful seaside city. In any event, perhaps the only bit of Coast Guard culture that I absorbed during my dad's tour of duty was the motto: Semper Paratus...

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2019-08-07 19:47:15



El Paso Bishop Mark Seitz reflects on the weekend violence in his city...  

The nation is reeling from mass shootings over the weekend in Dayton, Ohio, and El Paso, Texas, and the questions are yet again circling round in our minds. Why do these horrific things happen? What can we do to help? What if I find myself in the middle of an active shooter situation? No one has all the answers, but our Relevant Radio show teams are having important conversations to keep you informed and help keep you safe...

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2019-08-07 19:12:16



Don't 'modernize' Notre Dame — rebuild it as it was, say advocates...  

The advocates of an identical restoration of Notre Dame are building support, as the French Parliament has just passed the controversial bill establishing the rebuilding process of the cathedral, whose wooden roof and spire were destroyed in the April 15 fire. The July 16 bill, which came in response to French President Emmanuel Macron's goal of rebuilding the cathedral within five years...

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2019-08-07 18:32:06



The Transfiguration is the interpretive key of the Second Coming...  

Saint Peter's Second Epistle soars the heights of the Spirit akin to the spiritual heights of John's proclamation of the Gospel (Jn 1:1-14). He whose gift of faith caused Christ to change his name to the "Rock" is no less gifted in spiritual insight and writing than Saint Paul and John the Evangelist. Too often, exegetes have developed a filter through which they hear a Galilean fisherman instead of "Kephas" (Jn 1:42); the one anointed with heavenly wisdom and the prophetic spirit....

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2019-08-07 16:52:10



Pope's Wednesday Audience: 'True wealth is found in Jesus Christ, not money'...  

Pope Francis Wednesday criticized those who give more consideration to money than the sacraments or helping others find true wealth - a relationship with Jesus Christ. "How many times do I think of this when I see some parishes where it is thought that money is more important than the sacraments! Please! A poor Church: let us ask the Lord for this...

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2019-08-07 02:57:33



The rot in our ruling class...  

Twenty dead in El Paso. Nine more in Ohio. Both shootings are malicious acts to be condemned. But they are also part of a larger phenomenon to be understood: eleven killed in a Pittsburgh synagogue, 58 killed in Las Vegas, 17 killed in a Florida school. These wanton massacres—coming with numbing regularity—are symptoms of a sick body politic...

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2019-08-06 10:51:02



Which do you prefer: Melons and leeks, or the Bread of Heaven?  

The first reading for daily Mass on Monday (18th week of the year) was taken from the Book of Numbers. It features the Israelites grumbling about the manna in the wilderness: Would that we had meat for food! We remember the fish we used to eat without cost in Egypt, and the cucumbers, the melons, the leeks, the onions, and the garlic...

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2019-08-06 08:45:04



The Benedictines are right: conversion of life is what it is all about...  

After the vows of stability and obedience is the third vow of Conversion of Life. This is the part where the spiritual life gets some kick and zing. Obedience and stability seem dull and pedestrian, but conversion of life is what it is all about. Conversion of life is not just that a person seeks to be converted the way an Evangelical 'gets saved...

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2019-08-06 08:29:44



Feast of the Transfiguration of Our Lord — “This is my chosen Son; listen to Him”...  

The Transfiguration of Our Lord is hard to understand. Why did it happen? What did it mean? Here are 10 things you need to know. The word "transfiguration" comes from the Latin roots trans- ("across") and figura ("form, shape"). It thus signifies a change of form or appearance. This is what happened to Jesus in the event known as the Transfiguration: His appearance changed and became glorious...

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2019-08-06 05:44:45



McCarrick's letters to victims show signs of 'grooming'...  

At first glance, the handwritten postcards and letters look innocuous, even warm, sometimes signed off by "Uncle T." or "Your uncle, Father Ted." But taken in context, the correspondence penned by disgraced ex-Cardinal Theodore McCarrick to the young men he is accused of sexually abusing or harassing is a window into the way a predator grooms his prey...

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2019-08-06 04:14:18



ESPN profiles basketball star who became a Poor Clare...  

University of Connecticut women's basketball coach Geno Auriemma called Shelly Pennefather the "Larry Bird of women's basketball." She was at one time the highest-paid female basketball player in the world. This is a wonderful story about her journey from the hardcourt at Villanova University to becoming a Poor Clare nun...

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2019-08-06 01:57:41



Amid John Paul II Institute controversy, Benedict XVI meets with recently dismissed professor Livio Melina...  

Pope Emeritus Benedict XVI met last week with a recently dismissed professor of moral theology at Rome's Pontifical John Paul II Institute, amid ongoing controversy regarding recent changes to the Institute. Benedict XVI invited Monsignor Livio Melina to meet with him in on Aug. 1, a source close to Melina told CNA. The pope emeritus "wanted to receive Prof...

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2019-08-05 21:25:05



Lessons from the Shire: How to live a simple life according to Tolkien's Middle-Earth...  

Hobbits are well-known for their simple life. Compared to the Men of Gondor or Rohan, Hobbits seem backward in their desire to live close to the earth and not to complicate their lives with new machinery. Yet, it is in this simplicity that Hobbits are able to give one of the greatest lessons to our modern technological world. Before I go any further...

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2019-08-05 18:51:48



One nun's perfect response to a tweet from a goth: 'Oh, please. We're the original goths...'...  

This is so funny! Sr. Theresa Aletheia Noble of the Daughters of St. Paul exploded Twitter with an epic response to a gothic social media account. The media nun and former atheist is most recently well-known for her devotional, Remember Your Death: Memento Mori Lenten Devotional. She's also managed to evangelize and ignite the hearts of fallen away Catholics through this particular post...

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2019-08-05 17:18:11



A reflection on the El Paso shooting...  

As I write this (late Saturday evening), the deadly shooting in El Paso is only hours old and the facts are still being sorted out, but evidence is mounting that this was motivated by hatred for Hispanics and immigrants. Such incidents have become all too common in the United States, and, frankly, the death toll from them in recent years (in the U...

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2019-08-05 16:42:21



How to survive the world's predators without becoming one yourself...  

One of the doves who come to our window feeder seems to be missing the skin on the back of his head. We see his skull when he looks away from the house. The world's a dangerous world when you're prey. They're pretty birds, our doves, but they always seem to be day-dreaming. They have a kind of "Hi! I'm your dinner!" look to them...

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2019-08-05 15:04:12






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