Catholic News Headlines Mar. 1, 2010


Feb. 28, 7pm—Mar. 1, 7pm

American Life League (Encouraging Words)

Share this article on Facebook Rest and relaxation – “If you try to find rest in this world, how will you ever reach that rest which is life everlasting?  It is not long hours of rest you must be prepared for here, but for

Catholic News Agency

Share this article on Facebook Bishops of Spain: Abolish new abortion law as soon as possible – Madrid, Spain, Mar 1, 2010 / 06:58 pm ( CNA/Europa Press ).- The secretary general of the Bishops’ Conference of Spain, Auxiliary Bishop Juan Antonio Martinez Camino, is

Share this article on Facebook Catholic Relief Services begins ‘Jesus in Disguise’ campaign – Washington D.C., Mar 1, 2010 / 03:48 pm ( CNA ).- Catholic Relief Services recently began its “Give Hope to Jesus in Disguise” initiative, which is a collection that

Share this article on Facebook Denver youth minister encourages abstinence in fight against AIDS – Denver, Colo., Mar 1, 2010 / 05:11 pm ( CNA ).- Nearly a year after the Holy Father visited Africa and sparked controversy over the ineffectiveness of condoms in

Share this article on Facebook EWTN Lenten line-up features music and spiritual reflections – Irondale, Ala., Feb 28, 2010 / 08:21 pm ( CNA ).- The Catholic network EWTN has announced that its Lenten programming will include musical performances and reflections

Share this article on Facebook Feminists discuss strategy to legalize abortion in Latin America – Bogotá, Colombia, Mar 1, 2010 / 02:53 pm ( CNA ).- Pro-abortion leaders gathered at the Latin American Forum of Strategies for the Legalization of Abortion last week in

Share this article on Facebook Holy Father praying for economy and African Catholics in March – Vatican City, Mar 1, 2010 / 10:55 am ( CNA ).- Today the Vatican announced Pope Benedict XVI’s intentions for the month of March. The Pope is praying for a just global

Share this article on Facebook Patriarch Bartholemew receives birthday letter from Pope – Vatican City, Mar 1, 2010 / 12:16 pm ( CNA ).- Ecumenical Patriarch and Archbishop of Constantinople Bartholemew I received a message from Pope Benedict XVI for his 70th

Share this article on Facebook Priestly celibacy is not the cause of sexual abuse, reaffirm German bishops – Rome, Italy, Mar 1, 2010 / 01:07 pm ( CNA ).- At the conclusion of their plenary assembly, the Bishops’ Conference of Germany issued a statement regarding the “cases of

Share this article on Facebook Rosaries for unborn campaign drawing prayers worldwide – Memphis, Tenn., Mar 1, 2010 / 06:12 pm ( CNA ).- A Catholic group leading a multi-national prayer effort has had 3,000 people register from countries all over the world

Share this article on Facebook Swiss Guard completes Lenten spiritual exercises – Vatican City, Mar 1, 2010 / 11:48 am ( CNA ).- During last week’s lull in public events and audiences at the Vatican due to the annual Lenten retreat, the Swiss Guard

Share this article on Facebook Ugandan bishops begin ‘ad limina’ visit in Rome – Vatican City, Mar 1, 2010 / 01:09 pm ( CNA ).- Bishops from Uganda met in audience with Pope Benedict XVI on Monday morning at the Apostolic Palace. A delegation of five

Catholic Online > Arts & Entertainment

Share this article on Facebook Marie Osmond’s Son Dies in Fall – Singer Marie Osmond’s 18-year-old son has died after falling from a Los Angeles building. His death is …

Catholic Online > Home & Family

Share this article on Facebook More condoms shipped to Olympics – An emergency shipment of condoms was shipped to Vancouver in order to better serve a city in the throes of Olympic …

Share this article on Facebook Putting forth your best Facebook – While the Internet gives countless opportunities for many people to boost their image online, a recent study says …

Share this article on Facebook Solar energy made simple and cheap – Solar energy is seen as a clean, ever present form of energy. The one catch is that solar panels that harness …

Catholic Online > International News

Share this article on Facebook Caritas Aids Chilean Quake Victims – The death toll is over 700 people. 500,000 have been displaced and hundreds of thousands more have …

Share this article on Facebook Caritas Mobilizes Aid for Chile Quake Survivors – Caritas Chile mobilized to assist with humanitarian efforts after the 8.8 earthquake struck the country on Saturday.

Share this article on Facebook Iraqi Christians Fast, Pray, Demonstrate and Ask for Help – The archbishop of Mosul asks for security and an investigation into those who are responsible for the killing of …

Share this article on Facebook Pope Benedict : End Anti-Christian Violence in Iraq – The Holy Father’s words against anti-Christian violence in Iraq were well received by Iraqi …

Share this article on Facebook Vatican and Sunni Voices Call for End to Violence in Name of Religion – A historic declaration signed by the president of the Pontifical Council for Interreligious Dialogue and a Sunni …

Catholic Online > Politics

Share this article on Facebook Editorial: Defend Our Youngest Neighbors. Stop the Senate Health Care Bill which Funds Abortion – ‘The bill requires each American purchasing such a plan to make a separate payment to the insurer every …

Catholic Online > U.S. News

Share this article on Facebook Abortion and Race: A Complicated Problem – Legal parallels between the horrible legacy in the United States of denial of the rights of black …

Share this article on Facebook ‘America’s toughest sheriff’ under fire – “Sheriff Joe” Arpaio previously enjoyed the reputation of being “America’s …

Share this article on Facebook Archbishop Dolan Outspoken on Abortion: I’m Just Doing My Job – ‘Being opposed to abortion, is a civil rights issue, it’s a natural law issue, it’s not …

Share this article on Facebook Catholic League Calls for Investigation: Tony Perkins Excluded at Air Force Prayer Bkfst – ‘The decision to silence Tony Perkins, an ordained minister and Marine veteran, represents political …

Share this article on Facebook Elections have new App-titude – Computer applications, or Apps, are having a profound impact on how the nation views and votes fore candidates.

Share this article on Facebook U.S. sets Winter Olympic records – American pride was everywhere evident in Vancouver with recent wins in the Winter Olympics. The record books would …

Catholic Spiritual Direction

Share this article on Facebook How to Stay Strong Spiritually During Lent – Q: Every year I start out Lent with great ambition and hope for spiritual growth, but somewhere along the way I lose interest and let myself slide. I really want to

CBCP News – Diocesan News

Share this article on Facebook ACE holds Friendship Games in Balingao – OZAMIZ CITY, March 1, 2010—Deepening on the theme, “Celebrating Oneness,” the archdiocese has successfully conducted the recently concluded Archdiocesan Commission on

Creative Minority Report

Share this article on Facebook A Sherpa’s Guide to Heaven – I didn’t want to be a father. It wasn’t that I had anything against kids. I just didn’t understand the whole melting oooh and aaaaah thing that people did around

Share this article on Facebook I Love A Good Surprise! – I love a good surprise, don’t you? I love a good rumor, don’t you? I especially love a good rumor about a good surprise. Verbum Patris sums up. Various blogs and news

Share this article on Facebook Margaret Sanger Interview with Mike Wallace – What would many people today be more upset about: Margaret Sanger’s views or the tobacco company sponsorship? With thanks to Connor for the video link.

Share this article on Facebook What’s Another Word For… – You’ve got to check out this handout at a mandatory assembly for public school students. I think its intention is to increase sensitivity as the assembly was called

EWTN News

Share this article on Facebook Anti-Christian Violence Being Rekindled, Vatican Spokesman Warns – Vatican City, Feb 27, 2010 (CNA).- Vatican spokesman Fr. Federico Lombardi reflected on current anti-Christian persecution in his recent appearance on a weekly

Share this article on Facebook Benedict XVI Pope Reflects on Meaning of Priesthood, Concludes Lenten Retreat – VATICAN CITY, FEB. 28, 2010 (Zenit.org).- During his Lenten spiritual exercises, Benedict XVI reflected on the priesthood and what it means to be a priest. The Pope

Share this article on Facebook C-FAM Pledges To Counter Radical Feminist Agenda at U.N. Conference – New York City, N.Y., Feb 27, 2010 (CNA).- Pro-life supporters from around the world will
"give a witness to life" on Monday in New York when they protest at the annual

Share this article on Facebook Church To Celebrate Feast of American Millionaire Turned Religious Sister – CNA STAFF, Feb 28, 2010 (CNA).- On Wednesday, March 3, the universal Church celebrates the feast of St. Katharine Drexel, a Philadelphia heiress who abandoned her

Share this article on Facebook Congressman Voices Concerns over International Promotion of Abortion to Sec. Clinton – Washington D.C., Feb 27, 2010 (CNA).- At a recent House Foreign Affairs Committee hearing, Rep. Chris Smith (R-N.J.) addressed Secretary of State Hillary Clinton about

Share this article on Facebook Edith Stein Conference Explores Dignity of Women – By Ann Carey South Bend, Ind., Feb 28, 2010 (CNA).- The dignity and vocation of women and men were once again the focus of the fifth annual Edith Stein Project

Share this article on Facebook Engaging Diplomacy and Religion, Report Calls for Attention to Faith Dimension of Politics – By Father John Flynn, LC ROME, FEB. 28, 2010 (Zenit.org).- In recent years, religion has come to be seen as a problem or a threat to national or international security.

Share this article on Facebook European Theologians Begin Church Unity Study Project – Geneva, Switzerland, Feb 27, 2010 (CNA).- Four theologians began discussions in Geneva, Switzerland this week to define the guidelines of a new project promoted from

Share this article on Facebook EWTN Lenten Line-up Features Music and Spiritual Reflections – Irondale, Ala., Feb 28, 2010 (CNA).- The Catholic network EWTN has announced that its Lenten programming will include musical performances and reflections from many

Share this article on Facebook Iraqi Christians Hold Peaceful Protest, Demand Government Action – March 01, 2010 Syrian Catholic Archbishop Basile Georges Casmoussa of Mosul led over 1,000 Iraqi Catholics in a silent protest on February 28 to demand that the

Share this article on Facebook Lenten Spiritual Exercises Show Importance of a Listening Heart, Pope Comments – Vatican City, Feb 28, 2010 (CNA).- Following the final meditation of a week of Lenten spiritual exercises, Pope Benedict XVI addressed the Roman Curia on Saturday. He

Share this article on Facebook Pakistani Archbishop Laments Taliban Tax on Non-Muslims – March 01, 2010 Archbishop Lawrence Saldanha of Lahore has denounced government indifference to the persecution of Christians, Hindus, and Sikhs in Pakistan, an

Share this article on Facebook Patriarch Receives Papal Birthday Wishes – VATICAN CITY, FEB. 28, 2010 (Zenit.org).- On the occasion of the 70th birthday of the Patriarch Bartholomew I of Constantinople, Benedict XVI sent him a telegram to wish

Share this article on Facebook Pontiff Praying for Quake-stricken Chile – VATICAN CITY, FEB. 28, 2010 (Zenit.org).- Benedict XVI is praying for Chile, which was hit Saturday with a 8.8-magnitude earthquake. “My thought goes out to Chile and

Share this article on Facebook Pope Benedict Calls for End To anti-Christian Violence in Iraq – Vatican City, Feb 28, 2010 (CNA).- After the Angelus on Sunday, the Holy Father exhorted the international community to do �everything possible� to give Iraqis a future

Share this article on Facebook Pope Urges End to Mosul’s Christian Killings, Calls on Iraqi Government to Protect Vulnerable Minorities – VATICAN CITY, FEB. 28, 2010 (Zenit.org).- Benedict XVI is calling on the Iraqi government to do all they can to stop the recent killing spree of Christians in the

Share this article on Facebook Raymond Arroyo Delves into Mother Angelica’s Prayer Life in New Book – Washington D.C., Feb 27, 2010 (CNA).- In his fourth and most likely final book on Mother Angelica, noted author and EWTN news anchor Raymond Arroyo highlights some of

Share this article on Facebook Sunday Angelus: Life’s Joys Are Not the Goal – VATICAN CITY, FEB. 28, 2010 (Zenit.org).- The joys of life are not the final goal, but rather lights on the path to an eternal destination, says Benedict XVI. This was

Share this article on Facebook Two Years after World Youth Day, Sydney Sees Upsurge in Vocations – Sydney, Australia, Feb 28, 2010 (CNA).- A record number of men are entering seminary for the Archdiocese of Sydney and up to six men will be ordained to the priesthood

Share this article on Facebook Vatican Aide: Christians Are Victims of Hatred – VATICAN CITY, FEB. 28, 2010 (Zenit.org).- In many parts of the world, Christians are suffering the hatred that is generated by religious fundamentalism, says a Vatican

Faith and Family Live!

Share this article on Facebook Between Your Daily Bread – Danielle Bean: More Ideas for Simple Meals | Wow! You all gave me some wonderfully “green” ideas in my recent post about salad add-ins. I’m going to be making some

Share this article on Facebook Clutter, Clutter Everywhere – Rachel Balducci: The 40 Bags Challenge isn’t for wimps | So I started out the 40 Bags in 40 Days a little prideful (or maybe we could just call it “overly-confident”).

Share this article on Facebook Controlled Chaos – Tom and Caroline McDonald: Splitting Housework Between Spouses | Q: We’re at an impasse: I’m exhausted from being at home with four kids all day, and my husband is worn

Share this article on Facebook Faith & Family on the Road – Robyn Lee: Help us Spread the Word! | I love going to conferences. This past weekend I was blessed to travel with Associate Editor, Lynn Wehner, to the Boston Catholic

Share this article on Facebook From Tots to Teens – Danielle Bean: Coffee Talk: Parenting | (Join each day’s Coffee Talk discussion: Mon: Parenting; Tues: Open Forum; Wed: NFP; Thu: Marriage; Fri: Education; Sat/Sun:

Share this article on Facebook Nothing To Do With Blonde – Rebecca Teti: …everything to do with age | Here’s a four-second look at why I fear returning to a formal office job when my kids are grown. W/ a polite nod to my FB

Fr. Frank Pavone’s Blog

Share this article on Facebook Baby Bodies Found in Philadelphia Abortion Clinic – The bodies of two dozen aborted babies were discovered recently in the freezer of a Philadelphia abortion clinic. But this should not surprise us. Abortion clinics

Share this article on Facebook Fr. Pavone’s “Defending Life” TV/Radio Series Begins 16th Season This Friday – Staten Island, NY – Fr. Frank Pavone’s “Defending Life” television and radio series begins its 16th season March 5. Airing on EWTN Network television every Friday night

Kresta In The Afternoon

Share this article on Facebook Our Lady’s University – Templeton Prize winner and author Michael Novak has been a creative, compassionate, Catholic voice during a difficult time of American Catholic history. His glowing

Share this article on Facebook Today on Kresta – March 1, 2010 – Talking about the Things That Matter Most on Mar. 1 4:00 – It Doesn’t End Here: An Amazing Story of Faith and Forgiveness Pope John Paul II declared the year 2000 a Year

LifeSiteNews.com

Share this article on Facebook Day 10 of 40 Days for Life: 107 Babies Saved…that we Know of! – Commentary by David Bereit, National Coordinator, 40 Days for LifeMarch 1, 2010 (40DaysforLife) – Whenever talking about babies saved from abortion through God’s mercy

Share this article on Facebook Dramatic Vegas Abortion-Reversal Results in Healthy Birth – By Peter J. SmithLAS VEGAS, March 1, 2010 (LifeSiteNews.com) – All is well that ends well. For pro-life advocates the healthy birth of ‘Baby Claire’ puts a fitting close

Share this article on Facebook Hundreds of Dutch Gay Activists Protest at Cathedral over Communion Refusal – By Patrick B. Craine’S-HERTOGENBOSCH, Netherlands, March 1, 2010 (LifeSiteNews.com) – Hundreds of homosexual activists flocked to Mass at St. John’s Cathedral in

Share this article on Facebook IVF Technique May Pass on Genetic Defects to Children – By Thaddeus M. BaklinskiSAN DIAGO, California, March 1, 2010 (LifeSiteNews.com) – An advanced form of in-vitro fertilization (IVF) treatment is being overused and may

Share this article on Facebook Montana Judge Rules School May Censor Religious References in Valedictory Speech – By James Tillman BILLINGS, Montana, March 1, 2010 (LifeSiteNews.com) – Last Wednesday Judge Gregory Todd ruled in a summary judgment that a student at Butte High School

Share this article on Facebook Pro-Abort Garrison Keillor to Deliver Catholic Teachers Assoc. Keynote Address – By Kathleen GilbertWASHINGTON, DC, March 1, 2010 (LifeSiteNews.com) – The National Catholic Education Association (NCEA) has invited Garrison Keillor, a pro-abortion,

Share this article on Facebook Pro-Life Group Calls on U.S. Bishops to Launch National Collection for Life – By John JalsevacWASHINGTON, March 1, 2010 (LifeSiteNews.com) – Pope John Paul II once famously told a prominent pro-life leader that the work that he was doing was “the

Share this article on Facebook Sask. Court Overturns Human Rights Ruling against Anti-Homosexuality Activist – By Thaddeus M. BaklinskiREGINA, March 1, 2010 (LifeSiteNews.com) – Saskatchewan’s Court of Appeal has ruled that an anti-homosexaulity activist did not violate the

Share this article on Facebook Skirts in School Uniforms “Discriminate” against Transsexuals: UK Human Rights Commission – By Hilary WhiteLONDON, March 1, 2010 (LifeSiteNews.com) – The iconic image of sweet little English school girls in their uniforms could become a thing of the past if the

Share this article on Facebook Study: Female Students More Promiscuous at Catholic Colleges – March 1, 2010 (CNSNews) – A new study concludes that women at Catholic colleges are more promiscuous than their peers at secular colleges, raising new alarms about the

Share this article on Facebook UK Government’s Education Expert Blames Homeschooling for Death of Child – By Hilary WhiteLONDON, March 1, 2010 (LifeSiteNews.com) – The British government’s lead expert on education is pointing to the tragic death of a Birmingham child, who

Share this article on Facebook When Bishops Do the Right Thing – Commentary by Rev. Thomas J. Euteneuer President, Human Life InternationalMarch 1, 2010 (LifeSiteNews.com) – Ought we rejoice in Lent? Well, Bishop Robert Vasa of Baker,

Living His Life Abundantly

Share this article on Facebook Pope, World Offers Prayers and Aid to Victims of Massive Chilean Quake – By Susan Brinkmann, OCDS Staff Journalist After the Angelus on Sunday, Pope Benedict XVI prayed for the victims of the massive earthquake that struck Chile early

Share this article on Facebook Spanish Bishops Won’t Excommunicate King for Signing Abortion Law – By Susan Brinkmann, OCDS Staff Journalist A day after Spain’s Parliament narrowly approved a law easing long-standing restrictions on abortion, the head of the Spanish

Share this article on Facebook Sydney World Youth Day Fuels Surge in Vocations – By Susan Brinkmann, OCDS Staff Journalist The influence of World Youth Day 2008 is being cited as the reason why vocations are surging in the Archdiocese of Sydney.

Share this article on Facebook Woman “Tweets” Her Abortion – By Susan Brinkmann, OCDS Staff Journalist In what should be considered an all-time low in disrespect for human life, a Florida woman used Twitter to share her experience

New Liturgical Movement

Share this article on Facebook Interesting Detail of a Restoration – Holy Name, Providence, RI – My parish, the Church of the Holy Name in Providence, Rhode Island, has been the home of a regularly scheduled Mass in the usus antiquior since 1994. Prior to that, the

Share this article on Facebook Solemn Mass Offered by Jesuits at Fordham University – We recently showed to you some of the liturgical developments taking place at Seton Hall University, and now the NLM is very pleased to present some news from a recent

Share this article on Facebook Stational Churches of Lent: Monday after the Second Sunday in Lent – Station: San Clemente (Collecta: Ss. Cosma e Damiano) The collecta of Ss. Cosma e Damiano to the left, and the statio of San Clemente to the right From Blessed Ildefonso

Share this article on Facebook The Schola of the Seminary of the Immaculate Conception and the Parish Book of Chant – We were thrilled to receive the following images in the mail – a thank you from The Seminary of the Immaculate Conception to the Church Music Association of America ,

Share this article on Facebook The Vanishing Reproaches on Good Friday – It is puzzling what happened to the Reproaches on Good Friday, an essential part of the Roman Rite for ages, but all-but-vanished today. At least since the 9th century,

OSV Daily Take

Share this article on Facebook A Catholic view of Canada’s big hockey win – As coverage of the Winter Olympics wraps up, today’s New York Times ran a hockey story that looks at the big game and the even bigger win from the perspective of a

Share this article on Facebook Cruise lines: Taking a vacation from God – By Mary DeTurris PoustCelebrity cruise line and Royal Caribbean are among the luxury ships taking to the high seas without a priest on board to celebrate Sunday Mass for

Steve Ray

Share this article on Facebook Lovely Kind of E-mails! – Stephen, You probably do not remember me, but I met you last year at Easter’s Catholic Books in Sacramento California, where we briefly talked about conversion from

Share this article on Facebook When Bishops Do the Right Thing – By Fr. Thomas Euteneuer, HLI Ought we rejoice in Lent? Well, Bishop Robert Vasa of Baker, Oregon, has given us the absolute best reason to rejoice in a penitential

The Anchoress

Share this article on Facebook Life, Death, Sacrifice and More – A coupla priests sittin’ around talkin.’ Runs the gamut from thought-provoking to challenging, to amusing, to the source of power. Ten solid minutes. I can’t make

Share this article on Facebook March 1st: To Confession! – The Diocese of New York City , in a move that will be replicated in many Diocese throughout the country, will be offering ’round the clock confession on March 5-6. A

Share this article on Facebook Simple Supper for a busy day – Thanks to Reader Dick. Love the recipes, and the videos Pollo Arrosto by Allessandro Ingredients 1 whole chicken 1200 grams (42.32 oz) 2 Rosemary sprigs 2 – 3 Cloves of

The Splendor of the Church

Share this article on Facebook Conversion Story: Anglican Bishop Paul Richardson Converted to Catholicism – The Newcastle Cathedral of the Roman Catholic Church ******* Church of England bishop converts to Rome The former assistant Bishop of Newcastle, Paul Richardson, has

Share this article on Facebook Is Evil Necessary? – The Creation of Adam and Eve by Jean Fouquet ******* Father God is Good…we determined that because of the evil existing in the world,… magulo po ehh…pero ang

Share this article on Facebook Mourning in the Somascan Family – I still remember well this wonderful lady, Signora Iolanda, the brother of my two superiors Fr. Grato and Fr. Richard. During our Novitiate way back 1990 she visited the

Share this article on Facebook Protestant Author Joshua Betancourt Converted to Catholicism – Just imagine the surprise of Dr. Norman Geisler, Joshua’s co-author of the book above, after knowing that his good friend and co-author of the book wherein they argued

Share this article on Facebook ST. JEROME EMILIANI BIBLE QUIZ BEE 2010 SPONSORED BY THE SPLENDOR OF THE CHURCH, Part 1 – Fr. Abe Arganiosa, CRS giving the rationale of the Event Last February 8, 2010 our School celebrated the Feast of our founder and patron ST. JEROME EMILIANI. Also our

Share this article on Facebook ST. JEROME EMILIANI BIBLE QUIZ BEE 2010 SPONSORED BY THE SPLENDOR OF THE CHURCH, Part 2 – The St. Jerome Emiliani Bible Quiz 2010 Champions – The High School Department of the College of the Holy Spirit in Irosin, Sorsogon. For the past 25 years the St.

What Does The Prayer Really Say?

Share this article on Facebook Does this sound even a little plausible to you? – From CWN:  German archbishop: No relation between clerical abuse and homosexuality March 01, 2010 Denying a link between the clerical abuse of minors—predominantly

Share this article on Facebook Fr. Z TV – Streaming LIVE – Z-Cam & Radio Sabina, or “Fr Z TV” is on the air most of the time! Watch the feeder and very often windows of the chapel and also my office. Live Broadcasting by Ustream

Share this article on Facebook Note to readers – People are writing that “Sr. Joan” has a piece on that scholarly bastion the Huffington Post. I know. I vivisected it a few days ago, in no uncertain terms, but some of

Share this article on Facebook WDTPRS – Monday 2nd Week of Lent – “Prayer over the people” (2002MR) – In the 2002MR the ancient tradition of a “Prayer over the people” at the end of Mass has been revived.  Priests can use it NOW, though in Latin only…. so far. This is a

Share this article on Facebook Z-Cam news – The laptop that ran the Z-Cam died tonight. RIP. I have lost a lot of hardware in the last couple months.  It is all going at the same time, it seems. Post from: WDTPRS

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One Response to Catholic News Headlines Mar. 1, 2010

  1. Jan del Rosario says:

    How to convert a Church of Christ (Iglesia ni Cristo) to Catholicism. Please help…

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