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On All Saints Day we will have a simple, spoken 7:45 liturgy, and a combined later service at 10:30, featuring both the Choristers and the Chancel Choir, baptisms and renewal of baptismal vows. Christian Formation classes will meet at 9 am this day. At both services we will read aloud the names of all we love who have died within the past year, and make space for everyone to name their own beloved dead.
We will adorn our space with prayer flags, each bearing the names of our own beloved dead. Please pick up a paper flag at church for your own names, and also we invite you to take one to someone you know who has lost someone this year. Return them to the church by October 28.
After the 10:30 liturgy, we will bless the graves in our Memorial Garden, then share a picnic lunch on the pavers and in the Garden. A simple lunch will be provided. Please bring picnic blankets and camping chairs!
On both All Saints Day and All Souls Day, we remember our own beloved dead. We will read the names of those who have died within the past year on both days, remembering them especially at our All Souls Day service on November 2. All names submitted will be listed in the All Saints Day bulletin on November 4. There will also be space for you to name your beloved dead in both liturgies. To have the name of your beloved dead remembered at St. Catherine's, please complete our form at bit.ly/allsoulsnames by Sunday, October 28 or call the church office.
Have a birthday or anniversary coming up soon? On Major Feast Days, including All Saints Day, there is so much happening in the liturgy that we omit the birthday and anniversary blessings. But we don't want you to miss yours! Please come for your blessing on either Sunday, October 28 or November 11!
Daylight Savings Time ends this day
Please note that November 4 is the end of Daylight Savings Time! Remember to catch that extra hour of sleep—FALL BACK one hour on your clock and we will see you at church on our special schedule for this day!
By Senior Warden Stephanie Yucius
The vestry met on Tuesday, October 16th. After Eucharist we had our community discussion. Mother Sarah led us through a very stimulating conversation on the Benedictine Life and the model that represents. It was work that we look forward to continuing with in the coming months. We had an informative report from Tom Blackstock of Master Planning on the work that they have engaged in over the past several months. Please see Tom's report in a separate article below in this Wheel. Scott Lummus updated us on the financials which are in good shape for us at this review of the September reports. Our pledge receipts are under year to date budget but our givers of record are over the expected budget. The staff continue to do a good job with managing our expenses and working well with the facilities ministry team on maintaining our buildings and equipment. With our aging building and equipment, this continues to be an area that we keep in discussion with as a Vestry. Nelson Gale gave a quick review of the upcoming schedule for Stewardship 365 and the exciting experiences we will have over the coming weeks. Frank Adams updated us on the Human Resources team. We reviewed minutes, thank yous, and the upcoming calendar. Our quarterly ministry teams meeting is Tuesday, November 6th, 7 pm in the parish hall. Please see any vestry member with questions or comments.
We as a vestry enjoy our work together. I speak for myself, but know that others agree the work on vestry is spiritual, stimulating, and rewarding. We have experienced a group that functions very well as a listening to one another team. If you would like to know more in order to consider this role for yourself, I would welcome that conversation. Our vestry nomination and election process will be later this year than in year's past. More to come on that in the next Wheel publication.
We will celebrate The Feast of All Souls at a special service at 7:00 pm on Friday, November 2 and remember our beloved dead. We will particularly recall those who have died within the past calendar year. If you have lost someone dear to you within the past year, fill out this brief form at bit.ly/allsoulsnames by Sunday, October 28 or contact Rachel Hutton in the church office and we will make sure your loved one is added to our list. You will be invited to participate in the liturgy in memory of your loved one.
Saturday, November 10 – Limited space, RSVP soon
Please join the Stewardship 365 Team as we celebrate a year of abundant blessings on Saturday, November 10 from 5:00-7:00 pm in the Parish Hall. This event, which culminates our S365 2018 campaign: Sowing Seeds of Gratitude in God's Kingdom, will allow us to warmly thank and celebrate the parishioners who so richly serve the many ministries of St. Catherine's.
The Fellowship Hour (hors d'oeuvres and beverages) will commence at 5:00, followed by dinner to be served at 5:30. We will offer a menu of elegant and scrumptious soups, followed by desserts provided by the Stewardship 365 Committee.
This year, we encourage all Youth (ages 7th-12th grade) to join us for the celebration dinner. Complimentary childcare will be available for children ages 0-5 in the Nursery. Children from 1st through 6th grade are invited to attend the Youth House for a special celebration planned and coordinated by Becky Beal, which will include a pizza dinner, cookie making, and crafts!
This event is free for all St. Catherine’s but reservations are needed. Please RSVP as soon as possible, space is limited and is filling quickly! Reply now on this form or call the church office, 770-971-2839.
The Stewardship 365 Committee
Saturday, November 3 at St. Peter & St. Paul
Safeguarding God's Children (SGC) is a training program for the prevention of child sexual abuse. The program helps participants learn about keeping and teaching healthy boundaries with children and how to recognize unhealthy situations or potential signs of abuse.This training is mandatory for ministry leaders, Vestry, teachers and anyone who serves with children or youth. The next training will be offered on Saturday, November 3, 10:00 am to 1:00 pm at St. Peter and St. Paul Episcopal Church, 1795 Johnson Ferry Rd, Marietta. There is no charge to attend but be sure to register in advance. Please click HERE to register or visit www.episcopalatlanta.org/Safe-Church/ for information and registration for the Safeguarding programs. For questions contact Becky Beal.
Tuesday, November 6, 7:00 pm
All leaders of St. Catherine’s ministry teams and committees -- please be sure to have a member of your group present at this important meeting in the Parish Hall as we begin the 2019 budget process. Anyone who is interested in the ministry work of our church is welcome to attend. For more information please contact Senior Warden Stephanie Yucius.
St. Catherine’s Preschool offers a Mother’s Morning Out (MMO) program for children of the community ages 10 to 22 months on Tuesdays and Thursdays each week, 9:30 am – 1:00 pm. MMO provides a fun day in an environment where the children feel safe and loved. Reservations are not required, but are strongly suggested to be sure there is space. The cost is $30.00 per day. For full information and reservations please contact the Preschool at 770-971-2839, stcatspreschoolstcatherines.org.
A special annual tradition at St. Catherine’s is our booklet of reflections on the seasons of Advent and Christmas written by our own parishioners. Won't you consider writing for this year’s collection? You will be assigned a scripture passage on which to write a brief (1 or 2 paragraphs) meditation. Names are not attributed to individual writings, so only you (and the editors) will know which one is yours! Reflections will be due by Friday, November 9. Still hesitant? You can view last year's booklet to see what other contributions have looked like... go to www.stcatherines.org/reflections/advent.htm .
To sign up please contact Karen Manno, firstname.lastname@example.org. We will be in touch with your assignment.
November 15, 7 pm at Temple Kol Emeth
It’s the Fourteenth Annual Ecumenical Thanksgiving Celebration—a dynamic evening of worship and community-building on the Thursday one week before Thanksgiving Day. This year’s theme is “Harmonizing the Voices of Humanity,” and the celebration will provide a night of uplifting music, humor, good food, and inspirational messages from various religious leaders about ways to work together to make our community and our world a better place. The event will also spotlight an interfaith effort, New American Pathways, an organization dedicated to promoting safety and stability, self-sufficiency, success, and service for individual refugees and refugee families in Georgia.
All are invited, no tickets or reservations needed! Each year, this event brings together spiritual leaders, musicians, and participants from over 20 different faith traditions and is attended by more than 800 worshippers. The evening is held at Temple Kol Emeth, only 2 miles from St. Catherine’s at 1415 Old Canton Rd, Marietta, GA 30062, www.kolemeth.net.
By Tom Blackstock
The Master Planning Committee for St. Catherine’s was reorganized in April 2018 and includes Tom Blackstock, Rebeccah George, Lee Stuart, Rachel Bagby, Barbara Barrington and Al Jones. The Vestry will be appointing an additional four members to the committee in the January timeframe. The Vestry tasked the MPC with examining three issues as their first priority. These issues included 1) Developing policies and procedures for managing building records including operations and maintenance manuals, warranties, equipment and system information, etc.; 2) Developing policies and procedures for parish hall management; and 3) Developing policies and procedures for the submission, review, coordination and presentation of new projects/products/services for Vestry approval.
The committee has conducted research of current parish records and polled other parishes within the Diocese. We developed some recommendations for each of these tasks and presented them to the Vestry at the October meeting on Tuesday, October 16th. The Vestry provided feedback on the recommendations and the committee will continue to refine the polices and procedures for each of the tasks. The committee expects to present updated information to the Vestry at the January meeting and publish the policies and procedures to the parish upon Vestry approval. The committee will also update ministry team conveners at the next quarterly meeting and incorporate any feedback from the ministry teams. If you have any questions about the work of the committee, please feel free to contact Tom Blackstock at thblackstockgmail.com or cell 404-434-9049.
We are creating an email list to keep families with young children, their family members and friends apprised of the offerings at Saint Catherine's in our Young Families Ministry. If you would like to be included, please email Becky Beal .
Artisans & vendors wanted
Shop local this holiday season at St. Cat's annual Christmas Market on Sunday, December 9, 8 am - 1 pm in our Parish Hall. Artists and vendor please reserve your space now by contacting Rebeccah George, rebeccahfgeorgegmail.com or 404-277-6356. A $25 booth fee to benefit the Youth Program will be collected the day of the event.
Activity Kits, diapers & wipes, PJs wanted by November 11
Family Promise organizers have expressed their gratitude to St. Catherine’s for previous donations and said that the kids loved the activity kits and pajamas so much, that they are running low on supplies. Beginning October 21, our Outreach team will be collecting any size diapers and pull-ups, wipes, pajamas for infants through size 12 as well as Activity Kits to be given to children entering the Family Promise program. Plastic bags will be available in the foyer with instructions for the kits which contain items such as coloring or puzzle books, crayons, and books.
Ingathering is Sunday, November 11. If you’d prefer to have us do the shopping, donations are accepted. For more information, please contact Molly Banko at mdbankocomcast.net. For more information on the Family Promise program, see www.familypromisecobbcounty.org.
-> Next Family Promise hosting week is November 18 - 25 (Thanksgiving Week) - your help will be needed!
Wednesday, November 3, 11:30 am
By Linda Shrake
Our Outreach Ministry has once again invited our friends from the Holy Comforter Friendship Center to come to Marietta for a fun day of lunch, music and bingo starting at 11:30 am. Members will be transported to St. Catherine’s in vans. We gather in the Parish Hall to share a meal, fellowship, and BINGO!
For those unfamiliar with Holy Comforter it is a diverse worshipping community in the heart of Atlanta. About 60% of this congregation lives with mental illness. The Friendship Center is part of the outreach ministry of Holy Comforter Episcopal Church. 75-80 members are transported by vans to the Friendship Center on Tuesdays and Thursdays for hot and nutritious meals, mental and physical health education, advocacy, recreational activities, and programs in art and gardening.
Everyone at St. Catherine’s is invited to help make this a special event. There are lots of ways for you to join in. Volunteers are needed to greet our guests, help serve lunch, make nametags, clean up, bring a dessert, join the music team, or just come for an hour or so and be a part of our “ministry of presence”. That includes socializing with one another, refilling beverages, offering second helpings and playing bingo.
To join the team, please contact Glenn & Linda Cox (glennmcoxgmail.com), Harriett Pyburn (harriettspyburngmail.com) or Linda Shrake (lashrakecomcast.net).
Episcopal Relief & Development invites you to partner with them through ERD’s Hurricane Relief Fund as they support dioceses and communities responding to tragic storms like Hurricanes Florence & Michael. Your donation will meet urgent needs by providing critical supplies such as food, water and other basics and will help provide long-term assistance as needed. You may make a donation to the Hurricane Relief Fund at support.episcopalrelief.org/hurricane-relief . Thank you for your compassion and prayers!
ERD responds to storms in the United States through partnerships with Episcopal dioceses. Their US Disaster team offers resources and training to help people prepare for disasters and provide emergency support so those most vulnerable can make a sustained recovery after the storm. The benefit of our partnership with Episcopal churches is that these congregations are already deeply integrated within their communities — they are there before responders arrive and will remain long after the news cameras have gone. With your partnership, we are working together for lasting change. Learn about Episcopal Relief & Development’s efforts worldwide at www.episcopalrelief.org .
Director of Children and Family Ministries: Becky Beal
I have a Thursday date with my next door neighbors. We were on a "speaking at the mailbox friendship" for about ten years and I was content to keep it that way until I saw the ambulance come one evening.
They were gone for several months and I prayed and wondered, and was delighted to see lights on in the house after four months. That’s when our Thursday dates began. The stories they share are an important part of my week now.
All Saints and All Souls celebrations help us honor our own saints. We remember and retell family stories to keep saints alive for children. Why not have a Favorites night? Decorate with Mimi's favorite color, read the poem Grandpa loved to quote, the entertainment can be their favorite movie. If the saints in your family are still alive, ask for their favorite stories and then celebrate!
Director of Youth Ministries: Sally Benton
Wednesday Night Live: 6:30 - Dinner & Fellowship; 7:00 – Programming
Sunday, October 28, 5:00-7:00 pm -- We're grilling out for our friends at Elizabeth Inn. Come cook and serve with us!
January 12-13 at All Saint's Episcopal Church in Atlanta - We will gather at St. Catherine's at noon on Saturday and will return on Sunday afternoon. Register HERE!!
November 9-10: Youth Lock-In @ Annual Council at Holy Innocents' | $25
By Stephanie Yucius
Mark 10:17-31 – we all know that scripture, the infamous ask of the rich young man to Jesus, “what must I do to inherit eternal life?”
What a challenging piece of scripture to ponder not only for us today, but also for the rich young man and the disciples. I was lead to read commentary from a few sources that let me consider some of the nuances of this scripture.
This rich young man has obeyed the commandments, probably a member of a respectable council or court, and accumulated wealth. He respects Jesus and knows that Jesus is a good teacher. By all accounts, this rich young man was doing what was asked of him by God. Yet it is the rich young man that comes to Jesus with this question. Jesus did not approach him with the question. Why would this man even question his inheritance to eternal life?
The teachings of Jesus in this scripture while challenging really convey so much of His message for us. Jesus looked at the rich young man and loved him. Jesus loves us unconditionally. There is no report card, there is no debit and credit chart, there is no perfect eulogy, we are ALL just loved. And it is through this love that he teaches us what community that is pleasing to God would be. He looked at the rich young man and loved him and then advised him almost as a doctor would prescribe a medicine. “One thing you lack, go, sell everything you have and give to the poor, and you will have treasure in heaven.” Ok, so there it is the part that has me saying – what do you mean sell everything – I have worked hard for this, what will I live on?, who will take care of me?.
Let’s take a different lens to this prescription. What if Jesus knows that being a disciple only to our work and wealth will call us away from being human. Do we lose our motivation to change something for the better in our community because we are so comfortable and on top? Do we forget what hardship feels like therefore making us callous to other’s desperate needs? Perhaps if we were reliant upon a caring community for all our needs we would more clearly see that unconditional love that God bestows upon us (we did nothing to earn it, they just cared for us).
I believe that Jesus loved this rich young man and wanted so much more for him in his life. He wants that for us. He was not trying to shame him for what he had, he was offering him even more! Authentic community and care for God’s Kingdom is what Jesus is prescribing for us. My journey with following this discipleship that God calls us to is a challenge, but the scripture tells me to know that “all things are possible with God”.
God, thank you for the blessing you continue to bestow upon us unconditionally. May we be good stewards of our blessings to live in authentic community and lead us to care for your kingdom here on earth knowing not our own strength but that it is through You that all things are possible.
I have to say, on that Sunday a few months ago during our day of service, cleaning/repairing/beautifying and, yes, actual sowing (or at least planting) at St. Catherine’s, I DID get a little weary... After about 500 hundred shovels of mulch (please allow for some embellishment), my back was certainly weary, but my heart was full. From the folks polishing/cleaning/straightening and beautifying the interior, to those of us shoveling/spreading/hauling/planting outside, there were God’s sowers living the words of Paul to the Galatians.
We are blessed to be part of such a vibrant community. We ARE stewards of God’s blessings. That Sunday helped me to see how many different gifts we possess. I am not sure that writing reflections is one of my gifts, but I am glad for the opportunity to say THANK YOU to each and everyone who comes to worship at St. Catherine’s. Your gifts make me better. Your gifts make me want to give more—of my time, talents and treasure. Admittedly, I do grow weary from time to time, when I have doubts or do not feel like a very good Christian, but then I see St. Catherine’s in action and I know God has blessed me beyond imagination—and I will continue to sow.
Drew and Connor preached amazing and inspiring Stewardship Sermons on October 21. You can listen to both of them, and all Sunday sermons, on the Sermons page of our website at www.stcatherines.org/sermons/.
Photo announcement from our Facebook page
By Judy Guard
Three weeks have gone by since our first meeting and already the Cherub Choir is doing some very fine singing. We are getting to know one another and having fun together. The group is learning musical terms, playing rhythm sticks, and singing songs about friendship, the love of God and a special song about the first Christmas morning. My hope is that the children are having as much fun as I am.
The Cherub Choir will sing in church for the first time on January 6 at the 8:45 service. Thank you for lending me your children for this great adventure. I appreciate your giving them an opportunity to sing for the glory of God.
Cherub Choir is for all children ages kindergarten through second grade. We meet Wednesdays 5:00-5:30 pm and all are welcome. (Note: October 31 rehearsal is moved to November 1.) For information contact Director of Children & Family Ministries Becky Beal. Photos by Jan Potter, see more full size in the album at St Cats Music Class 2018 .
We had a wonderful time baking bread for S365 and are excited about the next part of the activity: giving our breads away and then writing written reflections on this process. The breads came out perfectly! Thank you so much to Deana Delabarre her help with using the ovens in the parish kitchen! (Photos courtesy Joy Ettel)
On August 19 we welcomed over 35 people who have formally joined St. Catherine's. As we hadn't done a welcome liturgy in some time, we went back about two years, so it was a longer than usual list of welcome! (Photos by Phil Spessard)
In our Parish Cycle of Ministries, we celebrate the life and work of these ministries in the upcoming weeks. Please read on to find out about each and consider if you’d like to become involved.
Letters have been received from the following to acknowledge gifts from our parish:
Do you have unused or expired medicines or sharps (needles, lancets, etc.)? Do your part to prevent accidental poisoning, overdoses and improper use of medications—simply take items between 10 am and 2 pm to one of these drop-off locations. No questions asked, no forms, ID or registration required. For questions regarding these events, call 770-793-7373. Locations:
“A Day with Becca Stevens: Exploring Creative and Relevant Ways of Practicing Justice, Healing, and Love” on Saturday, November 3, 9:30 am – 3 pm at the Cathedral of St. Philip in Atlanta. The author of several books including the recent Love Heals as well as the founder of Thistle Farm, Becca Stevens will lead the Cathedral's 10th Spirituality Conference. We will spend the day in intentional acts that promote the healing and justice corollaries of love. This includes storytelling, creating healing oils and participating in a justice tea ceremony. The hope for the day is that all the participants receive practical tools to carry back to their own communities and feel inspired to go out to love the world. For more information or to register for the conference, please visit Spirituality Conference.
If you have a name to be added to the Prayers please contact the church office, 770-971-2839, stcatsstcatherines.org. Names will remain on the Prayer Chain list for one month unless indicated for a longer period.
ALL MEMBERS OF THE ARMED SERVICES: Taylor Bacon, Matt Bermel, Tom Blackstock, Mychael Claytor, Lucas Elgie , Josh England, Jake England, Ryan Johnson, Pat McDougald, and Ashley Schoolfeild.
OUR NATION AND ITS LEADERS: Donald, our president, Nathan, our Governor, members of Congress and this Country.
DEATHS: William McGill, father of Alison Harris; Ronald, Wayland Boone; Jerry Martineau, brother-in-law of Brian Jory.
BEFORE SURGERY: Bob Pepper
THOSE IN NEED OF PRAYER: Jacky Henry, Lucy Perry, Shirley Henry, Natalie Whitlow, Brian Jory, Nancy Certain, Hazel McCurdy, Jean Buckalew, Ron Brannock, Lisa Powell, Marshall Jones, Shirley Day. Peter Bernhardt, Charles Barnard, Mark Ernst, Christion Abercrombie, Miles, Grace Adams, Lindy Moot, Beth Sandoval, Lamar Lowe, Allen Rosenfield, Ruth Hepler, Sarah Stedman, Patty Austin-Pendroid, Robinson family, Pam Johannessen, Daniel, Fran Corragio, Kris Harley, Raymond & Kristina Higgins, Ralph, Marion & Richard Bullard, Kristin Blackstock, Arthur & Roberta Loewy, Peter Britt, Dean Motter, Jaqualine, Terry Adams, Rod Miller, Carol Fey, Michelle & Caitlyn Galloway, William & Ellen McGill, Debbie & Paul Gavin, Gwen, Sally Powers, Jane Smith, Luana Campos, Lou Smith, Hale Sanders, Tom Kaminski, Gary Carragio, Bill Sisk, Bea McDowell, Barbara Perry, Hilary Small, Lynn Sapp, Debbie Mege' The Dilworth Family, Holly Krupp, Jose, Kevin & Doris Kissell, Bootie Farnsworth, Judy Cooper, Deborah Weigel, Mike Daniel, Chris & Susie, Lauren & Oliver, Megan Lowery, Susan Shank, Binks Franklin, Tom Bonner, Bryan, Michael & Kacey Barton, Sue Schnorf, Jeanette Dini, Jane Moss, Larry Long, Wyatt Pope, Rod Deutscher, Christian Harvey, Christopher Clements, Joyce Hendricks, Ken Buxton, Donna Schwartz, Heidi Winston, Melissa, Ruby, Patricia Aramburu, Jimmie Stinnett, Frances Short, Joe Popper, Becky Pfeil, Melinda Stuk, Gene Harlan, Jo Brokenshire, Alexis Miniat, Marti Graham, Velasta Buford, Juanita Butte, Diane Lee, Laurie Kelly, Nancy Eade.
BIRTHDAYS: Oak Martin 10/26; Natalyn Smith 10/26; Preston Paris 10/27; Abe Fontenot 10/28; Doug Jenkins 10/28; Sally Paris 10/29; Tom Blackstock 10/31; Tracy Buckalew 10/31; Mitch Dumke 10/31; Sally Dupuis 10/31; Daniel Mikkelsen 10/31; Chauncey Thompson-Quartey 10/31; Paul Acocella 11/1; Bob Jansen 11/1; Christy Luttrell 11/1; Keith Muckerman 11/2; Sara Thomas 11/2; Deana DeLaBarre 11/4; Alison Fransen-Hastings 11/4; Gretchen Walton 11/4; Arlyn Cook 11/5; Richard Boers-Dean 11/7; Jason Gardiner 11/7; Jerry Scott 11/7; Cindy Tuemmler 11/7; Ethan Nienaber 11/8; Harry Tear IV 11/8;
ANNIVERSARIES: Jason & Sue Snape 10/25; Terry & Lezlie DeGan 10/28; Steve & Rose Wolfe 11/4PARISH CYCLE OF PRAYER:
10/28: Margaret & Tony Wilson; Wes, Wendy, Duncan, Erin & Brenna Wilson; Steve & Rose Wolfe; Bill Woods; David, Missy, Penn, & Shep Worden
11/4: David, Stephanie, Riley & Danielle Yucius; Chuck, Michelle, Charlie & Maddie Zimmerman; Marcia, David, Noah & Oliver Zurn; Ginny & Paul Acocella; Becky Adams
We love to recognize birthdays and wedding anniversaries for everyone in our parish! We have a year-round calendar to pray for these special dates, send birthday cards, and publish in our bulletin and newsletter. Would you like your birthday or anniversary included in our remembrances? Please send names and dates to the church office.
When to contact the church
Please let the church know when you or a loved one has a medical procedure, an illness, a life transition, or other special need. We are here to serve you. Please allow us the opportunity to share your experience and offer our support. Simply call the church office at 770-971-2839. Thank you.
Two-Week Look Ahead
Below are the next two weeks of events and activities, correct as of publication date. For the entire up-to-the-minute parish calendar, go to Calendar.
Please hold these dates:
SCHEDULE due to Thanksgiving & Christmas holidays:
The Wheel is published two times per month on Thursdays. All editions are posted on our newsletter page and distributed by email to all members subscribed to the "Parish Announcements" email list. Printed copies of each newsletter are available for pickup at church in the foyer on the Welcome Table or in the nearby wall rack. We welcome contributions of articles and photos of interest to the parish. Articles and photos are due by midnight on Sunday the week of publication date. Please submit items to Editor Karen Manno via email (below) or in her mailbox at church.
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Editor: Karen Manno, Karenstcatherines.org, 770-973-8668.
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