knockanuare notes 7th october 2018

ACTIVE Retirement Day at Knockanure Community Centre on Monday 8th October. Music by Stevie Donegan. All Welcome. If attending it is important to please ring office on 068/49799. New members especially welcome.

KNOCKANURE PARENTS ASSOCIATION: Would like to thank all who contributed to their recent Church Gate collection. Your support is greatly appreciated.

JOURNAL: Athea Parish Journal, please, please send in material as soon as possible. This will be the 30th issue.

MEETING: A public meeting will take place on Wednesday, October 11 at 9 p.m. in St. Ita’s Hall Abbeyfeale. We would like to invite all branches of the Harnett clan throughout the area to send a representative.

LOTTO: There was no winner of the Knockanure GAA €10,100 jackpot on Friday 5th October. Numbers drawn were 17, 18, 21, and 29. Lucky dip winners of €25 each were; 1. Ann Brouder, Athea

2. Lily Moore, Tralee; 3. Michael Fogarty, Church Road, Moyvane; 4. TJ Finucane, Knockanure, and 5. Mary Hanrahan All Star Bar. Next jackpot up to €10,200 on Friday 12th October.

CHOIR: Saint Benedict Parish Choir will perform at Listowel Church on Friday Oct. 12th at 10.30am.

REMEMBRANCE Ceremony will be held in Listowel on November 11th 2018 at 11.30 am, to mark the anniversary of the end of WW1.

COMHALTAS: traditional entertainment on Wednesday, October 17 when the touring group will visit Templeglantine’s Halla Inse Bán.

SYMPATHY: At a recent Board of Management at Scoil Chorp Chríost Knockanure the following votes of sympathy was passed – To McElligott Family Kilmeaney Kilmorna on the death of John Joe McElligottt; To Flavin & Buckley Families on the death of Nora Buckley Bunaghara Listowel; To Clancy & Moore Families on the death of Mrs Nora Moore Kilmeaney Kilmorna; To Rogan Family on the death of Mrs Vivienne Rogan Limerick; To Kennelly Family on the death of Mrs Patricia Danagher Loughill; To Horgan Family on the death of Timmy Horgan Trien Kilmorna; To Bryan Ferriter on the death of Mary Ahern Ballybunion; To McMahon Family on the death of Mrs Margaret Walsh Westport; To the relatives & neighbours on the death of Jerry Enright The Village Knockanure and

To the Holly Family on the death of TM Holly Ahanagran Ballylongford.

DEATH has taken place of Jeremiah (Jerry) Enright who died on the 29th of September, 2018. Husband of the late Mary McElligott (who died 20 years ago). Survived by his nephews and nieces, relatives, neighbours, and friends. Reposing at Lyons’ Funeral Home, Derry, Listowel on Tuesday, the 2nd of October from 5pm to 7pm with removal at 7pm to the Church of the Assumption, Moyvane. Requiem Mass on Wednesday, the 3rd of October at 12 noon followed by burial in the Old Cemetery, Knockanure. Mass was celebrated by Fr. Hegarty assisted by Fr. McMahon of Knockanure, Sean Ahern sang the hymns and Mr O Shea provided the music.

DEATH has taken place of Matthew (Matty) Quinn Asdee Village and Moyvane, he died October 1st 2018. Husband of the late Eileen Quinn (nee Healy) R.I.P. Survived by his son Jimmy, daughters Helen, Siobhan, Carmel and Shirley. Brother Tom and sister Peg , grand children Lisa, Ciara, Lauren, Megan, Zach and Samuel and great-grandchildren Darragh and Emma. Daughter in law Nuala and sons in law Vincent, Anthony and Sebastian. His nephews, and nieces. Requiem Mass for Matty was celebrated at St Mary’s Church, Asdee, on Wednesday morning at 11am and funeral afterwards to Lislaughtin Abbey Cemetery, Ballylongford.

ANNIVERSARIES: Michael Moloney, Pat Nolan, John O’Mahony, Monsignor Michael Leahy, Kathleen Fuller, Hannah Hyland, Murt Downes, Paddy Horgan, Carmel O’Sullivan, Pauline Quinn, Marguerite Clancy, Ned O’Connell, Sr. Martina Relihan, Michael Burke, Tommy Reidy, Michael O’Connor, Mary O’Connor, Mass Moyvane, Sat 13th at 7.30pm Special Intention; Sun 14th at 11.00am for Henry Stackpoole, Aughrim, his wife Bridie & deceased family members. Mass Knockanure: Sunday 14th October 10.00am for Liam Sexton, Knockanure & deceased of the Sexton family.

FIRST FRIDAY CALLS: Please note that my October First Friday calls here in the Parish will be on Thursday 18th in Knockanure and Friday 19th in Moyvane.

EUCHARISTIC ADORATION at Moyvane on Wednesday 10am – 7pm.

CHALLENGE: The 5th Annual event will take place on Saturday, October 20, starting at Dromtrasna National School, Abbeyfeale. All proceeds from this year’s event will go to the ‘Miriam Joy Cancer Treatment Fund.

TIDY TOWNS: results announced last week saw Moyvane increase its score by 6 marks to 293.

Congratulations to all those involved in helping to achieve this result: Staff & Students of Murhur National School, Village and Parish Residents, Housing Development Committees, the local Business Community, members of RSS and Solas, Moyvane Development Association members. Special thanks to all who took part in the clean ups over the summer, to individuals who maintained their own areas and to those who took part in the clean-up of the approach roads and village during the Spring clean-up month of April. A special word of thanks to all those who helped with planting of flower planters and beds in May and to all the individuals who watered the beds and planters over the past number of months. It would be impossible to continue to increase the Tidy Town marks without your continued support and help. Well Done to Everyone!

LOCAL LINK bus contact 066 7147 002


The Diocese of Kerry celebrates Mission Month with a public talk presented by Fr. Niall Geaney and Sr. Orla Treacy. Fr. Niall is a Kiltegan priest now working in Tralee. Sr. Orla received the Hugh O’Flaherty International Humanitarian Award last year in recognition for her work in South Sudan. Interested in volunteering abroad? The VMM and OLA mission outreach teams will be on hand to discuss practicalities and supports. Takes place on Thursday 18th October at 8pm in St. John’s Pastoral Centre, Tralee. Everyone welcome.

SCRIPTURES: Exploration of the Christian Story with Dr. Eugene Duffy Dr. Eugene Duffy, Mary Immaculate College, Limerick will present a public talk entitled ‘Exploration of the Christian Story – Deepening your understanding of the scriptures.’ The presentation will take place over two evenings, Wed. Oct. 17th and Wed. Oct. 24th in St. Patrick’s Hall, Listowel. The presentation will begin at 8pm. All are welcome. There is no charge for this event.

GARRY McMahon Weekend in Abbeyfeale from 19th to 21st Oct. On Saturday morning there will be a special lecture and presentation called “The Story and the Song” giving the background to the events recalled in the well-known ballad “The Valley of Knockanure” by Bryan McMahon.

FILM: The Kerry Film Festival takes place 18-21 October 2018.

WORKSHOP: A presentation by John Lonergan (Former Governor of Mountjoy Prison) on ’ How to be Happy and Content’ will take place at the Longcourt Hotel, NCW on Wednesday, October 17 at 7.30pm. It has been organised by West limerick Mental Health Association. Admission is free.

FOOTBALL: Glin Rovers F.C. 50th Anniversary: To mark our clubs 50th year having been founded in 1968 we are organising a Celebration Social on Friday, 9th November at the Listowel Arms. John Delaney, Chief Executive Officer of the FAI will be our special guest for the night. We are currently organising a commemorative club booklet full of our History, Roll of Honours and photos from the past and present. If you are interested in sponsoring an advert in the booklet please contact a club officer.

ARDFERT RETREAT CENTRE Celebrate your Faith with videos: Thomas Merton, Dietrich Bonhoeffer & others. Elizabeth Gilmartin, Mondays, starts Oct 15th 7.30-9.00pm. Jesus & the Gospels (Denis McBride) Programme: Elizabeth Gilmartin, Tuesdays, starts16th Oct.2.30-4.00pm.Phone (066 7134276)

WRITING GROUP: Abbeyfeale writing group have started back after summer break. We meet twice monthly, every other Friday. Our next meeting will be on Friday, October 12. We write short stories poetry etc. It is also a lovely social occasion where we enjoy a chat and cup of tea. If you would like to join us just walk in to St. Ita’s Hall on above date or two weeks following. New members always welcome.

CRAFTY CORNER: Knitting and crochet group have resumed classes on Tuesday nights at St Ita’s Hall Abbeyfeale. New members welcome. Just drop in.

ART GROUP: If you would like to spend a relaxing few hours join our painting group upstairs at St Ita’s Hall Tuesdays 11am to 1pm.

DIY COURSE AT ADULT EDUCATION CENTRE: Our DIY class is a very practical hands-on course, and is ideal for beginners looking to learn DIY skills such as wiring a plug, using a drill, hanging a curtain rail. This class is on each Tuesday morning from 10am – 1pm. Contact Further Education & Training Centre, Abbeyfeale on 06831198 for more information.

UPCYCLE YOUR OLD FURNITURE AT THE ADULT EDUCATION CENTRE: If you wish to breathe new life into your old furniture, then our Upcycling Furniture class is perfect for you. The class is on each Tuesday from 2pm – 4pm. Contact Further Education & Training Centre, Abbeyfeale on 06831198 for more information.

WEDNESDAY PRAYER: Parishioners are invited to gather in the Blessed Sacrament Chapel on Wednesday afternoon at 3p.m to recite the Divine Mercy Chaplet for Vocations to the Priesthood and Religious Life. This prayer meeting will take place every Wednesday.

MOLADH GO DEO LE DIA: Much of the past fifty years is captured in a book especially complied to mark the 50th anniversary of the opening of the Church of the Assumption, Abbeyfeale. The book is available in O’Donoghue’s, Marguerite’s, Ann Lyons’ Moss Harnett’s and following Mass.

HOLY SPIRIT PRAYER MEETING: Janice and Moss Carraig will lead the Holy Spirit Prayer meeting on the second Sunday of each month in the Desmond Complex. Further information on 087 6174639.

SUPPORT GROUP FOR BEREAVEMENT: Abbeyfeale Bereavement Support Group Tel. 068/31230 or 068/51984 or 068/31262.

THE ALZHEIMER’S CARERS SUPPORT GROUP The monthly meeting Tuesday October 9th at 12.30pn at Listowel Frc.

MEDJUGORJE MONTHLY PRAYER MEETING, Monday 8th at 7.00pm. in the Parish Meeting Room, Listowel.

LISTOWEL AREA PARISH PASTORAL COUNCIL with representatives from Lixnaw, Moyvane, Duagh & Listowel meet in Lixnaw Presbytery on Monday 8th October at 8.00 p.m.

RAMBLING HOUSE: Knockalougha, Duagh on the third Tuesday of every month.

PHONE CONNECT SEEKS VOLUNTEERS : The Phone Connect project is a free community based telephone support service offered to older people in the West Limerick Area empowering them to remain independent in their own homes. We would be delighted to hear from you so call Damien at West Limerick Resources on 087 9042477 or Stefanie on 087 3663842.

LISTOWEL COMMUNITY WALKING GROUP. We meet every Monday evening at 6.55 p.m. in the Neodata Car park ( adjacent to town park) and walk from 7 p.m. to 8 p.m. ( approx.)

For further information contact 0834809426.

TOASTMASTERS: Plenty of conversation, gain confidence and meet new people at the next meeting of Listowel Toastmasters this Thursday, October 11th, at 8pm in the Listowel Arms Hotel.

TRADITIONAL MUSIC CLASS with Anne McAuliffe will resume on Wednesday, 10th October in the Seanachie centre from 3 oc onwards. 0876736337. " Anne MCAULIFFE.

GROW COMMUNITY MENTAL HEALTH MOVEMENT IN IRELAND Journey through mental health Wednesday nights at 8pm in the Seanchaí Centre, Listowel. For more information, contact Jerry, 0860271990.

RELAXATION TECHNIQUES FOR BUSY PEOPLE FREE EVENT Friday 12th Oct. 11am. to 1pm. Listowel Family Resource Centre. Facilitator: Fr. Anna O Sullivan, (Senior Clinical Psychologist Kerry Adult MH Services). “No talking just doing” workshop will include elements of mindfulness, visualisation, progressive muscular relaxation, diaphragmatic breathing and many others.

FUNDING: Tourist Office/Interpretative Centre, allocation of €96,000 to convert the unused part of Glin Library to a Tourist Office/Interpretative Museum to tell the story of the history of Glin.

Mai Fitzgerald of Glin and Sarah O’Connor of Athea are holding a coffee morning on Sunday 21/10/18 at 11:45am. They are raising funds for the Hope Foundation in India.

COMMUNITY ADDICTION STUDIES COURSE: This free course aims to support individuals, families. The Course itself starts on October 10 & will run weekly for 13 weeks in Newcastle West. For more information please contact Eddie O’Shaughnessy, at West Limerick Resources CLG, on 087 653 5156 or email: eoshaughnessy

CRAFT CO-OP: Abbeyfeale Craft Co-op has resumed in St. Ita’s Hall on Thursdays from 11- 2pm. New Member’s Welcome. Any information required contact Mary 087 2237363.

TROCAIRE supports some of the world’s most vulnerable people in the developing world, while also raising awareness of injustice and global poverty in Ireland. We are a group of committed individuals who meet 3 times a year in Killarney to organise initiatives in our communities for Trócaire. If you are interested in becoming involved emailvolunteering or phone Father Michael Moynihan on 087-6551902 for more information.

The Irish Pilgrimage Trust are now accepting applications for their Easter Pilgrimage to Lourdes. Young people aged 11-30 yrs with a variety of special needs including physical and medical conditions, learning difficulties or a young person who may have experienced some challenge in their life are all eligible to apply. This pilgrimage provides respite care for parents and guardians and a free trip for the young person. The closing date for applications is 31st Oct. Further info can be found on the website: or 086 1030740 or 087 2809833.

MISSION: The Diocese of Kerry celebrates Mission Month with a public talk presented by Fr. Niall Geaney and Sr. Orla Treacy. Fr. Niall is a Kiltegan priest now working in Tralee. Sr. Orla received the Hugh O’Flaherty International Humanitarian Award last year in recognition for her work in South Sudan. Interested in volunteering abroad? The VMM and OLA mission outreach teams will be on hand to discuss practicalities and supports. Takes place on Thurs 18th Oct @8pm in St. John’s Pastoral Centre, Tralee. Everyone welcome.

SUFFRAGE: Centenary of Women’s Suffrage The Mayor of Kerry, Norma Foley, will officially open the Commemorative Aspect of the celebrations in the Ballroom of The White Sands Hotel, Saturday 20th October at 8.00pm. The Mayor of the Listowel Council Area,

Aoife Thornton, will officially open the Celebratory Aspect of the Event on Sunday in the Long Lounge of the Hotel at 8.00pm. You are most welcome to both events


Saturday 20th October–Talk by Maurice Bric UCD: The World of Nano Nagle when the Penal Laws were enforced, ignored and abolished. 10am –4pm; €65 incl. light lunch; Booking required Nano Nagle Birthplace, 022 26411

COLÁISTE ÍDE in Dingle are holding open days on the 13th & 14th October from12-4pm.More information from 066 9151211orinfo.

BEGINNING EXPERIENCE: is a specially designed Support Programme for men and women who have suffered the loss of a spouse by death, separation or divorce to work through the grief process in a safe and confidential environment. The next weekend is being held in the Ennismore Retreat Centre, Cork from Friday October 12 – 14. For Application Forms and further details please contact 087 9886480 or email beginningexperience

SINGING WEEKEND: The Garry McMahon traditional singing weekend will take place in The Ramble Inn and Leens Hotel, Abbeyfeale from Friday, October19 – 21. The official opening by Darragh O’Shea, retired Kerry GAA player, will be at 8pm on Friday, October 19 in the Ramble Inn followed by a singing session. Saturday afternoon we have a singing session of songs that honour GAA legends past and present from the 32 counties of Ireland. This will be followed by Mass @ 6.30pm in the Church of the Assumption, Abbeyfeale which will feature the Abbeyfeale church choir performing Afrain ná Riocht as composed by the late Garry McMahon. The Sunday afternoon concert in Fr Caseys GAA hall at 3pm will honour the Carrig sisters Kitty and Nora. A full programme of events for the weekend can be found on our brochure which is available in the Ramble Inn.

ROSARY ON THE COAST: on Ballybunion beach on October 7th at 2.30pm. Join tens of thousands of faithful on the coasts of Ireland to pray the Rosary on the feast of Our Lady of the Rosary as we pray for faith and life through Our Lady’s intercession. Further info visit – coastalrosaryireland.

TIDY TOWNS: Full Tidy Towns results can be viewed on Congratulations to Listowel Tidy Towns Group on their great win.

1 IN 10 ROSARY CRUSADE FOR IRELAND: During Penal times when the Holy Mass was banned in Ireland, Irish people turned to the Rosary for support in their troubles and to keep the faith alive in their homes. Amongst the many miracles and interventions attributed to Our Lady of the Rosary, the following three stand out in modern times. In the life of Patrick J. Peyton C.S.C., by Fr. Richard Gribble C.S.C., two stories concerning the Irish priest, Fr. Patrick Peyton now Venerable Patrick Peyton are recorded. The first concerns a threatened communist takeover of Brazil in 1964. Fr. Peyton decided to organise a Rosary Rally in the capital Rio de Janiero. Two million people attended and prayed the Rosary which resulted in a peaceful overthrow of the Communist Government. The Rosary Rally was recognised by Church and State as bringing about the victory. Again on December 8th 1985, Fr. Peyton organised a Rosary Rally in Manila in the Philippines in response to President Marcos’ refusal to step down following his defeat in a Presidential election. Two million came onto the streets and prayed the Rosary. Shortly afterwards Marcos stepped down. Fr. Peyton said the success was due to the power engendered by the Rosary. After the second World War, Austria was taken over by

Communist Russia. An Austrian priest Fr. Petros went up and down the country asking people to pray the Rosary every day to save Austria. Only 1 in 10 agreed to sign a pledge to do this. However, on 13th May 1955, the Feast day of our Lady of Fatima, the Russian army suddenly withdrew peacefully from Austria. Many people couldn’t understand why as the Russians had never left Hungary, Poland, Yugoslavia and other Eastern European countries. However, Chancellor Raab in a Radio broadcast declared that it was the 1 in 10 people praying the Rosary that saved Austria. Our lady works these miracles not just to solve critical situations but to remind us of the power of Her “weapon” of the Rosary and to spur us on to do as she asked of Her six visits to Fatima “pray the Rosary every day”.

ST PIO LIXNAW: Our next Padre Pio devotions will be held on Tuesday, Oct. 23rd at 7.30pm (This later date is because of the pilgrimage to San Giovanni). The witness will be given by Ian O’Connell of Killarney. Ian is aged 17 years and has made national headlines because of his inspirational response to a life threatening accident. Ian fell off his bicycle two years ago and nowadays lives out his waking hours from a wheelchair. His motto is “If I cant stand up – I stand out“.

CONCERT TO HONOUR LIAM TARRENT – ONE OF THE FOUNDERS OF SIAMSA TIRE: was held at Teach Siamsa, Finuge on Friday, October 5th at 8pm. Special guest Fr. Pat Aherne. Also attending Karen Trench, Brian Murphy, Sean Aherne, Jonathan Kelliher, Jimmy Hickey, Maura Walsh and other local artists.

HONOUR FOR MAURA: Congratulations to concertina player, Maura O’Connor, Knockbrack, Abbeyfeale on being selected on the Comhaltas Tour of Ireland Concert group which will be starting off on a fourteen venue concert tour to the four provinces. Nineteen year old Maura is daughter of Vincent and Mary O’Connor and she is a second year student at Mary Immaculate Training College. Maura became All Ireland Champion on the concertina at Fleadh Cheoil na hÉireann 2017 in Ennis. She is a member of the Templeglantine Comhaltas craobh. The touring group consists of sixteen top class artistes, musicians, singers and dancers, most of whom who have won All Ireland honours. Maura’s many admirers and friends as well as all who enjoy an outstanding night of traditional entertainment will have an opportunity on Wednesday, October 17 when the touring group will visit Templeglantine’s Halla Inse Bán.

ST JOHN’S: Thu 11th, HERO- A play by Ken Rogan starring Daithí Mac Suibhne (Fair City). What happens when you don’t know how to lose? Life quickly grows more complicated for Smithy after a chance encounter with Marissa. Presented by Lakedaemon in association with Theatre Upstairs.

Fri 12th @7pm, TOM THUMB- A puppet show for 3+ year olds presented by Lyngo Theatre. One night Tiny Tom overhears Mum and Dad talking, with nothing to eat they are going to leave him and his six brothers in the forest.

Sat 13th, CHERISH THE LADIES- With Joanie Madden – flute, whistles, Mary Coogan – guitar, Mirella Murray – accordion, Kathleen Boyle – piano. With special guests Nollaig Casey – fiddle, Kate Purcell – vocals, David Geaney and Nathan Pilatzke – champion dancers.

Wed 17th. JANE EYRE- An epic love story set against the magnificent back drop of the Yorkshire Moors, adapted for the stage by Adrian Praeter and presented by the award-winning Hotbuckle Theatre Co., England.

Fri 19th, FRANCES KENNEDY PRESENTS: The Scandal of the Parish in song and story and some grown up humour!

SCHOOL Folklore Collection 1930’s;

Fr Harnett

Long ago there lived in the Parish of Newtownsandes and old woman. One morning she went to her dairy for a pan of milk. When she was returning from the dairy she slipped with the pan of milk and fell. Just as she was falling the pan struck her in the side, and injured her, and the milk was spilled. When she went in home she had a very bad pain in her side, and she had to go to bed. She spent three weeks in bed, but after the three weeks she was as bad as ever, and her side was greatly swollen. When she saw no improvement coming on her she sent for the doctor. But when the doctor saw her he said that he could find nothing wrong with her. At last she sent for one of the neighbours. The neighbour was an old woman who was supposed to be with the good people. When the old woman looked at her she shook her head and said, "When you were coming in from your dairy that morning a woman from a fort asked you for a cup of milk. Now you did not hear her and she threw the cup at you, and it went in through your side. So it is not in the power of any doctor to cure you". She spent about another week in bed. At that time she heard that there was a priest in Duagh named Father Harnett who used to cure a lot of sick people. Her friends took her to the priest soon after that. When the priest saw her he took a book from his pocket and he kept reading over her for about ten minutes. Then he told her to go home and that she would be better. The woman went home, and the pain was as bad as ever. The next day her side broke out and glass began coming out of it. The glass was coming out of it for about a week. After a week all the glass of a cup had come out of it. Then her side healed up as good as ever.

Joe Walsh

Told by

Mrs Mary Walsh, Leitrim East, Newtownsandes, 54 years

Collector- Joe Walsh. Informant- Mrs Mary Walsh, Age 54, Address, Leitrim East, Co. Kerry.

Old Cronin Rathmore

The Cistercians at Ráth Mhór

A brochure on Mount Melleray and the Melleray Annual called the "Mountaineer" have been the main sources of our information. We quote them verbatim frequently and even where it is necessary to condense we retain as far as possible the words of the originals. The few details gleaned from local tradition are briefly summarised at the end.

Melleray Monastery which was established in Brittany in France about the year 1134 A.D. was suppressed by the French revolutionaries in 1791 A.D. and the few religious there were dispersed. Nothing more is heard of them.

The Cistercian Community from the Mother house at La Trappe were also expelled from this monastery but they refused to be disbanded. They settled in Switzerland whence in 1793 A.D. they sent a colony to England intending to take passage to Canada. The Canadian boat had already left and the monks succeeded in getting a new home and building a new monastery at Lulworth in Dorsetshire. They soon got dozens of vocations from amongst the Irish in England and later from the Irish at home. But the success of the abbey roused bigotry and intolerance and at last the British prime minister forbade the monks accept any more Irish or English subjects. As the Catholic religion was now tolerated in France no more French subjects could be expected. Hence the decree was tantamount to a sentence of expulsion or extinction.

Paraic said "In my introductory essay to the book I clarify what betrothal meant; it actually was a formal exchange of marriage vows under Judaic law and not an ‘engagement’ as it has sometimes been translated. As with the Judaic custom, Mary and Joseph would have then waited a year before moving into a single home together as man and wife," .

betrothal of Mary and Joseph by Paraic Maher

World Meeting of Families

22 to the 24 August 2018, a three-day Congress. Each day will reflect on the theme “The Gospel of the Family: Joy for the World” chosen by the Holy Father and will include an enriching programme for adults of keynote speakers, workshops, talks, testimonies and discussions; an engaging and exciting programme for young people as well as fun activities for children. The Congress will also include daily celebration of the Eucharist, prayerful activities, exhibitions, cultural events and musical performances.

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