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« Reply #40 on: October 21, 2014, 07:58:19 PM »

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The Unknown Relic of St. John Paul II
Rome,  October 21, 2014

On May 13, 1981, Anna Stanghellini, a nurse at the “Agostino Gemelli” Hospital, was working, as she did every day, in the surgery department. She didn’t know that at 5:19 pm that day Mehmet Ali Agca attempted to assassinate Pope John Paul II. She learned what happened in Saint Peter’s Square when the ambulance arrived at the hospital with the gravely wounded Pope on board.

The operating room was ready and, at 5:55 pm, doctors under the guidance of Professor Francesco Crucitti, were able to begin the operation. However, first it was necessary undress the Pope and, in order to not lose precious time, his cotton vest was cut and thrown on the floor along with the gauze soaked with blood. Seeing the vest, the nurse did not feel she should throw it away. First she wrapped it in a clean gauze, then in a white hand towel and put it in her locker, without saying anything to anyone. She kept it at home until the year 2000, when she decided to give this priceless gift to the Provincial House of the Sisters of Charity of Saint Vincent of Paul.
 
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« Reply #41 on: October 22, 2014, 09:07:06 PM »

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Universal Church marks first feast day of St. John Paul II
2014-10-22 Vatican Radio



(Vatican Radio) The Universal Church is marking the first liturgical feast day of Saint John Paul II, Tuesday October 22. Poland’s greatest son led the Church from 16 October 1978 until his death on 2 April 2005. He was canonized along with Pope John 23rd earlier this year by Pope Francis. Prayer was the pillar that supported him throughout his life and pontificate. 
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« Reply #42 on: November 10, 2014, 09:48:09 PM »

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St. John Paul II Brought Us Hope and Communism Collapsed
Rome,  November 10, 2014

Twenty-five years after this historic event, ZENIT spoke with Piotr Nowina Kokopka, Poland’s ambassador to the Holy See. The ambassador talked about how he lived this event, and how St. John Paul II was a key figure in giving back hope to the Polish people.

ZENIT: How did you receive and live the news of the collapse of the Berlin Wall?

Ambassador Nowina: This happened in the first weeks of the non-Communist government of Poland, which only began on September 12, 1989. At that time, I was a Minister of State and the first visit to Poland from a world leader, Chancellor Helmut Kohl [from Germany] was taking place.
 
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« Reply #43 on: December 26, 2014, 08:30:28 PM »

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April 2 to be Pope John Paul II Day in Canada
By  Deborah Gyapong, Canadian Catholic News
December 18, 2014

OTTAWA - The bill to establish Pope John Paul II Day passed the Senate Dec. 16 and has received royal assent.

Conservative MP Wladyslaw Lizon introduced private member’s Bill C-266, an Act to establish Pope John Paul II Day, in 2011. The bill designates April 2 as Pope John Paul II Day, though does not make it a legal holiday or non-juridical day.

In a statement, Lizon described the passage of the bill as a “proud but very emotional moment.”

Lizon’s bill passed the House of Commons in the spring of 2013 with support from members of all three major political parties. But it faced some snags in the Senate due to concerns the bill was honouring a religious figure.

Lizon had argued Pope John Paul II’s legacy was far more than religious.

“Pope John Paul II’s work transcended so many boundaries,” said Lizon. “He promoted the values of peace and tolerance along with his strong stand against human rights violations. These are values that resonate deeply in our country and with Canadians. This was the motivation of this legislation.”
 
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« Reply #44 on: December 27, 2014, 08:19:15 PM »

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Pope gunman Mehmet Ali Agca visits John Paul II's tomb in the Vatican
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Photo: Pope John Paul II gunman Mehmet Ali Agca carries white roses as he approaches the late pontiff's tomb in the Vatican (AFP: Adnkronos)

The Turkish man who tried to assassinate Pope John Paul II has laid flowers at the late pontiff's tomb in the Vatican.

Mehmet Ali Agca arrived back in Rome unexpectedly and presented himself to police to declare his intention to lay the flowers.

"I felt the need to make this gesture," he told police, according to Italian media who had been tipped off in advance about his visit.

Agca's visit came exactly 31 years after John Paul visited him in prison in Rome to forgive him for the 1981 shooting that nearly killed the leader of the world's Catholics.
 

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« Reply #45 on: April 02, 2015, 06:35:57 PM »

 

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10 years later – remembering Pope John Paul II
2015-04-02 Vatican Radio



(Vatican Radio)  April 2nd is the 10th anniversary of the death of Pope Saint John Paul II, that unforgettable day in 2005 when the eyes of the world were fixed on the Vatican as the Polish Pope lived out his last hours on this earth. So, a decade later, how alive is the memory of Pope John Paul and what were his greatest achievements?  Those were the questions that Susy Hodges put to two interviewees. The first was George Weigel, a Catholic scholar and author who wrote a best-selling two volume biography about Pope John Paul II and who was given unprecedented access to the Polish Pope and those who knew him whilst researching his work. The second was Father Leszek Gesiak, the head of Vatican Radio’s Polish Section, who examines the lasting impact of one of the greatest figures in Poland’s history.
 
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« Reply #46 on: April 02, 2015, 06:41:13 PM »

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How John Paul II Became One of the Longest-Tenured Popes Ever
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April 2, 2005: Pope John Paul II dies at age 84

Pope John Paul II’s death on this day, April 2, ten years ago, brought an end to the second-longest Papal term (26 years and change) since Peter’s reign. But it could have been much shorter if a trio of unrelated assassination plots had been successful.

The first nearly was: In May 1981, less than three years after John Paul was elected, he was shot by a Turkish terrorist while riding in an open Popemobile, greeting visitors in St. Peter’s Square. According to TIME’s account, “The Pope had apparently been hit by two bullets, fired from only a few yards away. One shattered the two joints of the ring finger of his left hand, ricocheted and grazed his right arm. The other blasted into his abdomen, passing completely through his body and ripping up the Pope’s intestines but narrowly missing his pancreas, abdominal aorta and spine.”
 
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« Reply #47 on: April 02, 2015, 06:49:53 PM »

Remembering that day... 

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St. John Paul II: His unforgettable legacy in pictures and words
Posted on April 1, 2015 by Carol Glatz

VATICAN CITY — Tens of thousands of faithful had come to St. Peter’s Square as Pope John Paul II lay dying, some staying all night in quiet and emotional vigils.

After an evening prayer service April 2, then-Archbishop Leonardo Sandri, who was a top official of the Vatican’s Secretariat of State, announced to the crowd that the pope had died at 9:37 p.m and “returned to the house of the Father.”

Catholic News Service’s Rome bureau covered those events with dozens of in-depth and colorful accounts of how the Eternal City and the world came together to honor the end of a truly historic papacy.

To commemorate the 10th anniversary of St. John Paul’s death, we’ve compiled a slideshow that hits the highlights of his prophetic and memorable life. Further below are links to a sample of standout CNS stories that offer an insightful recap of the impact this pope made on the church and the world.
 
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« Reply #48 on: April 03, 2015, 03:47:16 PM »

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Canada Celebrates Civil Holiday Honoring John Paul II
Toronto,  April 03, 2015

April 2, the day of the death of Saint John Paul II, is now civilly recognized in Canada as "Pope John Paul II Day." This year, the 10th anniversary of the saint's death, marked the first time for the celebration.

The Parliament of Canada last year passed Bill C-266 which received Royal Assent on December 16, 2014, recognizing Saint John Paul II as a champion of human dignity and freedom. The Canadian Conference of Catholic Bishops (CCCB) joins all Canadians in honouring the memory of Pope John Paul II and celebrating this exceptional human being.

To mark the day, the Diocese of Hamilton prepared a special web page designed to promote and celebrate this commemorative day.
 
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« Reply #49 on: April 15, 2015, 02:06:25 PM »

http://www.patheos.com/blogs/catholicnews/2015/04/relic-of-saint-john-paul-ii-makes-pilgrimage-to-cuba/

Relic of Saint John Paul II makes pilgrimage to Cuba
April 15, 2015 by CNA Daily News

Havana, Cuba, Apr 15, 2015 / 12:42 am (CNA/EWTN News).- Seventeen years after the historic visit of Saint John Paul II to Cuba, the Polish pope is returning to the country, thanks to a relic brought by the Servants of the Pierced Hearts of Jesus and Mary after having journeyed on pilgrimage in various cities in the United States and Guatemala.

As reported on the website of the Cuban Conference of Catholic Bishops, the relic consists of a small vial that contains a few drops of blood of the saint, gathered during his last stay in the hospital, a short while before his death on April 2, 2005 in Rome.

The relic was first venerated April 7-9 at the Basilica of Our Lady of Charity of El Cobre, located in the city of Santiago de Cuba. It was then brought to Camaguey from April 10-12.
 
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« Reply #50 on: April 27, 2015, 09:09:35 PM »

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http://www.zenit.org/en/articles/st-john-paul-ii-accompanies-us-from-heaven

'St. John Paul II Accompanies Us From Heaven'
Vatican City,  April 27, 2015

In the ways of faith, hope and charity, Saint John Paul II continues to accompany us. This was the statement made Cardinal Stanislaw Dziwisz this morning at the Mass in St. Peter's Basilica for the one-year anniversary of the canonization of Pope John Paul II, reported Vatican Radio.

Cardinal Angelo Sodano presided over the Mass, which was attended by a large delegation of faithful from Krakow, Wojtyla's native diocese. Concelebrants included Cardinals Stanislaw Dziwisz of Krakow, Angelo Comastri, Leonardo Sandri, and Giovanni Battista Re.

In his homily, Cardinal Dziwisz, the saint's former secretary and confidant, spoke on JP II's lasting impact.

"Holiness is not a privilege reserved for only a few," but rather "the universal vocation of the People of God," the Polish cardinal stressed, pointing out how the Polish Pope was very aware of this, and lived his life accordingly.

John Paul II was "a man of prayer, contemplation and action" and of service, he stressed.

His love for Christ, the current Archbishop of Krakow underscored, "took the form of a tireless service to the Church and to the world."
 
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« Reply #51 on: July 28, 2015, 06:15:50 PM »

http://en.radiovaticana.va/news/2015/07/28/a_blessing_to_one_another_john_paul_ii_and_the_jews/1161399

A blessing to one another: John Paul II and the Jewish People
28/07/2015 14:35


Pope John Paul II embraces Rome's chief Rabbi Elio Toaff at the end of a joint ceremony at a Synagogue in Rome
(VIS) “A blessing to one another: Pope John Paul II and the Jewish People” is the title of an exhibition opening on Tuesday in the Vatican (Charlemagne Wing, 29 July to 17 September), previously displayed in a number of state capitals in the U.S.A., where it received more than a million visitors.

The exhibition, presented as a gift to John Paul II for his 85th birthday, was inaugurated at the Xavier University of Cincinnati, Ohio, on 18 May 2005, just a month after the Pope's death. It then arrived in Rome, and while in Europe its organisers wanted it to visit Krakow, the Polish city where Karol Wojtyla was archbishop.

“A blessing to one another” describes the steps the Pontiff took to improve the relationship between the Catholic Church and the Jewish people, and reflects the continuing relevance of the conciliar declaration “Nostra Aetate”, issued fifty years ago, in which the Catholic Church expresses her appreciation for other religions and reaffirms the principals of universal fraternity, love and non-discrimination.
 
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« Reply #52 on: April 15, 2016, 05:28:06 PM »

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Shedding light on 'Centesimus Annus'
2016-04-15 Vatican Radio

(Vatican Radio) The Pontifical Academy of Sciences is holding a symposium this week to mark twenty five years since the publication of Saint John Paul II's social encyclical “ Centesimus Annus".

In an effort to find out more about this social encyclical  Veronica Scarisbrick speaks to a Professor of Social Teaching at the Pontifical University of Saint Thomas here in Rome. He's Dominican Alejandro Crosthwaite:

It was 1987 when Pope John Paul II promulgated his social encyclical "Sollicitudo Rei Socialis". In this document he highlighted changing circumstances, both within the debtor nations and in the international financial market:"...At a time when  the instrument chosen to make a contribution to development had turned into a counterproductive mechanism. This because  debtor nations, in order to service their debt, found themselves obliged to export the capital needed for improving or at least maintaining their standard of living. And also because, for the same reason, they were unable to obtain new and equally essential financing.

Through this mechanism, the means intended for the development of peoples had turned into a brake upon development instead, and indeed in some cases even aggravated underdevelopment..."

So when John Paul II published his second social encyclical "Centesimus Annus "in 1991, as the title indicates a century after Leo XIII's "Rerum Novarum", he picked up on this same theme. Highlighting once again how the positive efforts which have been made along those lines are being affected by the still largely unsolved problem of the foreign debt of the poorer countries:".. 
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« Reply #53 on: May 01, 2016, 05:30:47 PM »

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30 April 2016 - 05H45
John Paul II Superstar: Poland plans papal musical

WARSAW (AFP) - 
It's a tale of saints and singers: a new Polish musical is bringing some pizzazz to the story of its beloved native son, the late pope John Paul II.

"We're trying to create something big," says the show's writer Michal Kaczmarczyk.

"We will tell his whole life story, from his infancy until his death."

Like many in Poland, 35-year-old Kaczmarczyk adored the pontiff, who was canonised a saint two years ago in April. He queued for 15 hours in Rome after John Paul's death in 2005 just for a chance to bow at his coffin.

Kaczmarczyk has penned the script and lyrics for "Karol", teaming up with hit-maker Filip Siejka to revisit Karol Wojtyla's life in musical form, from his boyhood to his rise to the top of the Roman Catholic Church.

Not only was John Paul the first non-Italian pontiff in four centuries but as a strong advocate for human rights, he was a source of strength for many behind the Iron Curtain and seen as a catalyst in the collapse of communism.

Due to premiere in February 2017 at the large Tauron Arena in Poland's second city Krakow, "Karol" could well prove a hit in a country where 90 percent of the residents are Roman Catholic. Promoters said 500 tickets have already been sold.
 
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« Reply #54 on: May 13, 2016, 05:50:04 PM »

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That day of infamy 35 years ago today in St. Peter's Square when Alia Agca tried to kill a saint & failed


http://www.ncregister.com/blog/edward-pentin/st.-peters-square-may-13-1981
St. Peter's Square, May 13, 1981
Remembering the assassination attempt on Pope St. John Paul II 35 years on.

On a calm and sunny May afternoon 35 years ago this Friday, on the Feast of Our Lady of Fatima, Pope St. John Paul II was driven into St. Peter’s Square to deliver his weekly catechesis.

He was going to talk about the role of work and workers to mark the 90th anniversary of Pope Leo XIII’s encyclical Rerum Novarum, and announce the creation of what would become the Pontifical John Paul II Institute for Studies on Marriage and Family (the full text of what he was going to say on that fateful day was published by Aleteia for the first time in English last week).

But at 5.19 p.m., Turkish gunman Ali Agca emerged from the adoring and excited crowd of pilgrims and opened fire on John Paul, shooting him four times. Agca threw his Browning 9mm pistol under a truck and tried to flee the scene but was swiftly grabbed by Vatican security chief Camillo Cibin, a nun and several pilgrims who prevented him from getting away.
 

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« Reply #55 on: June 18, 2016, 05:40:30 PM »

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'Liberating a Continent' - Documentary on John Paul II and Communism Airing on PBS Stations
By Mark Judge | June 17, 2016 | 11:43 AM EDT

"Liberating a Continent: John Paul II and the Fall of Communism," a new documentary film that depicts the role played by Pope John Paul II in the fall of Communism and the liberation of central and Eastern Europe, will be airing on local PBS stations throughout the summer.   

Upcoming dates are June 19 on KRBC in San Francisco and July 3 on WFYI in Indianapolis. "Additional markets throughout the United States will be announced on a rolling basis and it will continue to air throughout the coming year," Vanessa Santilli, the film's publicist, told CNSNews.
 
http://www.catholicworldreport.com/Item/4850/how_saint_john_paul_ii_conquered_communism.aspx
How Saint John Paul II Conquered Communism
June 16, 2016
The documentary "Liberating a Continent" is a subtly provocative refutation of what our secularized elites believe about what truly drives history and how Christianity impacts the world. 

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« Reply #56 on: July 24, 2016, 05:03:06 PM »

Video at the link

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Shrine dedicated to John Paul II in Poland finished just in time for World Youth Day
2016-07-16

After eight years of construction, the shrine dedicated to Pope John Paul II in Krakow is finished in time for the hundreds of thousands of pilgrims who will venture to Poland later this July.

A statue of the late pope stands in the center, outside the church, welcoming all those to the Holy Door of Mercy with his famous words above the main door, "Have no fear! Open wide the door to Christ!”

Inside, the sanctuary is beautifully adorned with paintings and gold-trimmed mosaics representing the life of John Paul II and Gospel parables.

The idea for the center was proposed by Cardinal Stanisaw Dziwisz, the private secretary of John Paul II. He wanted to have a space built to remember the life of the Polish Pope in his home country, in the place where a young Karol Wojtya worked during World War II as a factory worker.

As a result, there are various relics and memorablia from the late saint, including an ampulla with his blood and one of his papal cassocks.

The John Paul II Shrine is not only limited to the Shrine, but includes the John Paul II Institute, outdoor Stations of the Cross, a volunteer center, a hotel and a pilgrim house, a retreat center, an amphitheatre, a rehabilitation centre, and a meditation and recreational park.
 
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« Reply #57 on: July 24, 2016, 05:08:38 PM »

Photos and video at the link

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John Paul II Sanctuary in Krakow

Krakow’s John Paul II Sanctuary

 Have No Fear! John Paul II Center in  Krakow is destined to be the main shrine to the saintly Pope who led the Catholic Church into its third millenium and made an indelible mark on the world. The vast complex has been designed to accommodate a number of Catholic institutions, such as a Volunteerism Center and the Institute of John Paul II, as well as churches and chapels. The center is conveniently situated in close proximity to the famous  Sanctuary of Divine Mercy.

 
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« Reply #58 on: October 14, 2016, 09:41:11 PM »

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The Saint and the Troubadour: John Paul II and Dylan
13/10/2016 17:51

(Vatican Radio) US-born singer-songwriter Bob Dylan on Thursday was named the winner of the 2016 Nobel Prize in Literature.

The Grammy award winning artist was recognized by the Nobel committee for having created "new poetic expressions within the great American song tradition." 

One of the more significant events of Dylan’s career was when he played for Pope St. John Paul II at the 23rd Italian National Eucharistic Congress in Bologna in 1997
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During the event, Dylan played the songs Blowin’ in the Wind, Knockin' on Heaven's Door and A Hard Rain's A-Gonna Fall; with Forever Young as an encore.

And this musical set was the basis of the remarks by St. John Paul II.

“A representative of yours has just said on your behalf that the answer to the questions of your life ‘is blowing in the wind’. It is true!” – said the Pope. –  “But not in the wind which blows everything away in empty whirls, but the wind which is the breath and voice of the Spirit, a voice that calls and says: ‘come!’

The then answered one of Dylan’s other most famous questions.

“You asked me: How many roads must a man walk down before you call him a man? I answer you: one! There is only one road for man and it is Christ, who said: ‘I am the way’ (Jn 14:6). He is the road of truth, the way of life,” the Pope continued.
 
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http://www.catholicworldreport.com/Item/5144/How_St_John_Paul_II_changed_the_Church_and_the_world.aspx

How St. John Paul II changed the Church and the world
October 22, 2016

Pope John Paul II prays at the Hill of Crosses in Siauliai, Lithuania, in 1993. Tens of thousands of crosses had been placed there by Lithuanians to mark the sufferings caused by deportation, imprisonment, and persecution. (CNS photo/Arturo Mari, L'Osserv atore Romano)

Today, we celebrate the feast day of Pope St. John Paul II, whose pontificate was the third-longest ever and who was canonized just nine years after his death, making his the shortest canonization cause in modern Church history. John Paul II was a pope who broke many other records. If we try to imagine what the world and the Church would be like today if on October 16, 1978, the College of Cardinals had elected someone else to lead the Barque of Peter, we would have a dramatically different reality. Here are just a few of the most important ways in which St. John Paul II changed the Church and the world forever.

He played a pivotal role in ending communism in Eastern Europe and the Soviet Union. John Paul II did not single-handedly defeat the Soviet empire. The Soviets’ internal economic decay, the bold leadership of Ronald Reagan, and the fact that the Soviets did not invade Poland in 1980 as they did Hungary in 1956 all were crucial factors that led to the reunification of Europe and the end of the Cold War. However, why did the end of European communism begin in Poland with the rise of Solidarity? It is a widely accepted historical fact that Pope John Paul II’s 1979 nine-day visit to his native Poland gave hope to his nation and inspired his countrymen to assertively fight for their rights. The documentary Nine Days That Changed the World does a beautiful job of showing the political impact of this visit. British historian Timothy Garton Ash, who covered the rise of Solidarity for the English-language press (and who himself regards himself as an “agnostic liberal”) has written: “I would argue the historical case in three steps: without the Polish Pope, no Solidarity revolution in Poland in 1980; without Solidarity, no dramatic change in Soviet policy towards Eastern Europe under Gorbachev; without that change, no velvet revolutions in 1989.”
 
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