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Watch as the Sisters bring their love of baking into convent life and make treats for the season of giving!
Let us Never Turn Away Sad from the Lord
Hear and see why three young women decided to give their lives entirely to God through life-long vows of poverty, chastity, and obedience. The final profession of these vows is like a wedding day, because as religious Sisters, these women are responding to a vocational call to become brides of Jesus Christ.
Twenty-four years ago our four founding Sisters, Mother Assumpta, O.P., Sr. Mary Samuel, O.P., Sr. Joseph Andrew, O.P., and Sr. John Dominic, O.P. gathered in private at St. Patrick’s Cathedral in New York. John Cardinal O’Connor established our Religious community, the Dominican Sisters of Mary, Mother of the Eucharist which has grown to over 150... CONTINUE READING
Most Reverend Robert J. Brennan: That’s why I guess joy is so important to me as a charism of living the Faith because if it’s authentic, if you really enjoy what you’re doing, if that love of God is touching your life, then it is going to show and I could see it, I could... CONTINUE READING
Find out more about CERESET at cereset.com Sr. John Dominic: We’ve had conversations about neuro-interpersonal, neurobiology, which is a new neuroplasticity. That’s an interest that I’ve had on the education side of things. Why don’t you share where you are at with that? Amy Grant: In a nutshell, ten years ago, my niece was living with... CONTINUE READING
Meet the team that put together the Life of Christ Lectio Divina Companion series, and enjoy some of the hilarious outtakes from filming. Members of our team in order of appearance are: Garret Fox: Audio Technician and editor of “Open the scriptures” Seppe Kelly: Music Composer Lee Klein: Cinematographer and VFX artist Sr. Martin Thérèse:... CONTINUE READING
Get an inside, retro look, at the inner workings of our Lumen Ecclesiae Digital Studio, and meet our editors and content creators, in this hilarious behind the scenes tour given by Seppe Kelly and Sr. Martin Thérèse.
We’re celebrating the beatification of Carlo Acutis, a modern teen who loved computers, video games, and lived holiness in everyday life. For more like this video, please check out our FREE online course, “Cultivating the Virtues | God Gives the Growth,” by clicking here!
In gratitude to one of our generous donors, listen to a song of thanks for the wheels that transport us every day.
As the season for our annual Professions ceremonies approaches, watch this short video featuring Mother Assumpta and Sr. Joseph Andrew as they explain the ceremony of First Profession. You are invited to virtually attend this joyous occasion via live stream! More details can are available HERE
An Introduction to our Interactive Rosary Series In response to Pope Francis encouraging believers to “rediscover the beauty of praying the Rosary at home” (Letter to the Faithful for the Month of May), we created a series of Rosary interactive videos. “For where two or three are gathered in my name, there am I in... CONTINUE READING
A visual pilgrimage of the human story to seek the divine in all things! Come with us and discover the many spaces, places and people who inspire all to seek the grandeur of God. In this first Episode, Sr.Teresa Benedicta and Sr. Martin Thérèse take us to Detroit, Michigan to visit the shrine of Blessed Solanus Casey.
Are you looking to include more tradition in your Christmas baking? Do you want to add beauty and taste to your Christmas? Look no further than this delightful and tasty Star Bread recipe that the sisters share with you today. The eight-pointed Star Bread is filled with flavor and packed with tradition and symbolism. Today... CONTINUE READING
wo Dominican Sisters of Mary, Sr. Rene Noel and Sr. Mary Avila of Heaven’s Kitchen take on this often overlooked opportunity to share with those loved ones the love, that only a perfectly baked pie could palatably articulate! Welcome! Are you tired of not knowing what to cook on Epiphany? Are you tired of not... CONTINUE READING
Today, we have two very beautiful sisters with us, Sr. Mary Dominic and Sr. Mary Bethany. They have a very unusual assignment along with the many other things that they do: they are what we call our beloved kitchen Sisters. They are in charge of the meals. So when you received this responsibility, Sisters, how... CONTINUE READING
Sr. Joseph Andrew: Today is the delight of delights. I get to bring you Mother Assumpta, our Mother Superior. We have known each other most of our lives. Even when I entered the convent as a postulant, Mother Assumpta was my novice mistress and postulant directress, and then even before that she had my earthly... CONTINUE READING
My name is Tom Monaghan. I got involved in the pizza business to pay my way through architecture school. I had no interest in pizza, other than the fact that I liked to eat pizza. It was supposed to be something where I had time to go to school, because I was in partnership with... CONTINUE READING
Composed by Sr. Mary Jordan, O.P. and performed by the choir of the Dominican Sisters of Mary, Mother of the Eucharist [Images courtesy of Wikimedia Commons]; audio engineered by Brad Michel and video edited by Brendan Kelly Enjoy this sneak peek of our upcoming album of all-new original compositions by our Sisters! Watch for it... CONTINUE READING
Lyrics by Johannes Tauler, O.P., translated by Frances Bevan and Adapted by Sr. Joseph Andrew, O.P. & the Dominican Sisters of Mary, Mother of the Eucharist Music by Sr. Joseph Andrew, O.P.
March 19, 2020 | Solemnity of St. Joseph Spouse of the Virgin Mary Words by the Sisters of Notre Dame (de Namur) of Liverpool, England, and published in 1891. Music by Jonathan Hasey, 2016.
Sung by the Dominican Sisters of Mary, Mother of the Eucharist on the Feast of the Annunciation 2020 Listen to the Sisters sing this beautiful hymn from the late 18th century as a communion hymn during the Mass of the Annunciation.
A Choral Rearrangement of Eliza Gilkyson’s ‘Requiem’ Listen to the Dominican Sisters of Mary, Mother of the Eucharist sing this prayerful hymn!
Enjoy this delightful conversation between friends, Mother Assumpta, O.P. and Most Reverend Bishop Daniel Thomas of the Diocese of Toledo, OH. Raised in Philadelphia in a Catholic neighborhood (Manayunk) by two beautifully Catholic parents, His Excellency shares his journey to becoming the eighth bishop of Toledo, OH. Mother Assumpta: We’re so blessed to have Bishop... CONTINUE READING
Mother Assumpta: We’re so privileged to have Tom Monaghan with us today. You’ve been a friend over all these years, and you need no introduction. You’ve done more in a lifetime than a person should do. So tell us about your childhood. Tom Monaghan: My parents were poor. My dad died at the age of twenty-nine; I... CONTINUE READING
Mother Assumpta: We are so delighted to have Father Peter John Cameron with us today. Father, you have so many accomplishments; the Dominicans must have seen your talents because you have done so many things in the Dominican Order. What fascinates me are the theatrical accomplishments. Fr. Cameron: It’s a great joy to be with you, Mother.... CONTINUE READING
Liz Lev, an art historian based in Rome, Italy, shares her thoughts on the influence art has to enlighten the world around us. From Michelangelo and Caravaggio to art throughout the world, Liz finds that beauty in art as something that can ultimately lead anyone to God. Mother Assumpta: We’re privileged today to have Liz... CONTINUE READING
Dr. Mary Rice Hasson, Kate O’Beirne Fellow at the Ethics and Public Policy Center, shares her background growing up and how her early formation in the Catholic Faith influences her today as she strives to influence public policy positively in favor of the family and faith. Mother Assumpta Long: We are tremendously privileged to have... CONTINUE READING
Mother Agnes Mary Donovan of the Sisters of Life shares the foundation story of her order, propelled by Cardinal O’Connor, and gives an in-depth look at the good work she and her sisters do to help women and men across the country, especially young mothers looking for a way to bear and raise their children rather than aborting.
Joey McCoy, an advocate with i.d.9:16, took a moment to speak with Mother Assumpta about the organization and how he came to be involved. i.d.9:16 ministers to young adults, encouraging them to live out their Faith and to seek community with others. We must bring back the traditional communities if the Faith is to survive... CONTINUE READING
John DeJak took a moment to speak with Mother Assumpta about the virtue of Temperance. Often, we learn best by example, and John chose the story of Father Ciszek, a Jesuit priest who spent many years in concentration camps and the Gulag in Russia, as a prime example of learning the virtue of Temperance. Father... CONTINUE READING
Debbie Herbeck, born and raised a faithful Jew, converted to Catholicism in college and has since gone on to evangelize hundreds of young women, seeking to show them that they are loved and valued. Debbie’s evangelization efforts seek to teach girls as young as eight years old that they have innate value and to ignore... CONTINUE READING
Shann Patton, co-founder of Arbor Woman, spent a few minutes with Mother Assumpta discussing the assistance and services they provide to women in the Ann Arbor area. These services include pregnancy tests, counseling, and ultrasounds; however, the center is incredibly excited to be expanding soon to include many more medical services, including prenatal and obstetric... CONTINUE READING
Mother Assumpta: I am particularly excited to have you here. The fascination is all that you have done in your lifetime. I want to hear from you. I understand that Sister has assigned you Prudence. I don’t know how this is going to go together with all you’ve done. I would be the most imprudent... CONTINUE READING
Monica Pope, mother of ten children, has devoted her life to raising her children and catechizing hundreds of people. Mother Assumpta sat down with her to talk about her different catechesis ministries and get the inside scoop on some of her latest projects. Mother Assumpta: We are truly blessed today to have a wonderful woman... CONTINUE READING
Mother Assumpta sits down with Radio Broadcaster, Writer, Husband and Father Al Kresta - Host of Kresta in the Afternoon!
From time to time, Foundress Mother Assumpta Long runs into freinds of the community and they find time to have a chat. This week Mother sits down with Catholic Entrepreneur and Philanthropist and fellow Michigander – Tim Busch. Mother Assumpta: We’re so honored today to have Tim Busch with us. Tim is no stranger to... CONTINUE READING
The reason for the season is Jesu Joy of Man’s Desiring. An inside look at our tribute to Christ the King on His Birthday.
I am Sister Joseph Andrew Bogdanowicz, a Dominican Sister of Mary, Mother of the Eucharist from Ann Arbor, Michigan. You might have heard of our community because it has been in the news for many graces that God has given us. As the vocation director for our community since it was founded 21 years ago,... CONTINUE READING
From Sun up to Sundown One question I get asked a lot is: “What do Dominican Sisters do all day?” That particular question always kind of makes me laugh because if I say to someone in response, “Well, what do you think I do all day?” The answer will always be, “Pray.” Yeah, like I... CONTINUE READING
I am going to answer a wondering that many of you have raised: “What does a young woman who is considering a religious vocation do to decide?” That’s a good question. And it’s not something you should necessarily know the answer to. Unfortunately, there are not many religious sisters visible in the world today. However,... CONTINUE READING
Over 800 years ago in Spain, a virtuous young man was on his way to becoming a priest. This young man was raised in a very religious family; his mother had been beatified, one of his brothers had been beatified, and another brother became a priest. As he traveled, he began to realize that many... CONTINUE READING
When someone believes the Holy Spirit is nudging him or her to begin another religious community, it takes a lot of courage to follow through with that calling. Yet, when he calls, we just go. His calling to us is one way a religious community comes to fruition. Our community began in 1997. Since then,... CONTINUE READING
Today, I want to speak to you women in particular; even more particularly, I want to speak to moms. Everything about us was created in such a fashion that we would give life, nourish life, sustain life, and be that maternal presence in a world that always needs the tenderness of a woman’s heart. In... CONTINUE READING
Today, we have a special guest with us for our series And The Truth Will Set You Free, Sister Maria Gemma Martek. Sister has been the Director of Education for our community for a number of years. Sr. Joseph Andrew: Sr. Maria Gemma, can you tell us what the Director of Education role in our... CONTINUE READING
One of the ways that we, as the Dominican Sisters of Mary Mother of the Eucharist, pray very specially is through what is called the total consecration to Mary by a very beautiful saint, St. Louis de Montfort. I’m going to talk a little bit about him before I explain this consecration. St. Louis de Montfort lived in... CONTINUE READING
As we share various dimensions of our life as Dominicans Sisters of Mary Mother of the Eucharist, our first hope is always to bring God and the virtue of hope to you. Mother Assumpta, our Prioress General of the community, has read thousands of your requests for our sisters to teach in your schools. As... CONTINUE READING
Today we have two very special guests who are very dear friends of mine and our entire community. Sr. Amata Veritas and Sr. Mary David Klocek. These two sisters have been involved in formation much of their religious life. I thought they would be perfect because some of you girls out there wondering about a... CONTINUE READING
After that first year of postulancy, the next important step is to enter the novitiate. There are two novitiate years, and today we have two sisters, Sr. Mary Andre Thelen and Sr. Mary Consolata Klucik, to talk about these years. The novitiate is quite serious: it is actually mandated by Holy Mother the Church in... CONTINUE READING
This is the second of a two-part post where I interview Mother Assumpta Long, O.P., the Mother Superior of our community, the Dominican Sisters of Mary, Mother of the Eucharist. If you have not already, you might want to read, listen to, and/or watch Episode 12 before continuing with this episode. Mother and I go... CONTINUE READING
I am sure you know what the rosary beads are, and I am sure you carry one with you in your pocket all the time. More than the physical string of beads, the Rosary is also one of the most indulgent prayers as practiced by the Popes and passed down through many centuries. It is... CONTINUE READING
I want to begin today with a scripture verse from Philippians 4:18 that reads as follows: “Finally, brothers and sisters, whatever is true, whatever is noble, whatever is right, whatever is pure, whatever is lovely, whatever is admirable, if anything is excellent or praiseworthy, think about such things and the God of peace will be... CONTINUE READING
In an earlier post, we spoke about the good, the true, the beautiful. In this post we focus more on one aspect of this trilogy: music. I love music. I was born, by God’s goodness and designs, in a very musical family. My father was a member of bands when he was growing up; he... CONTINUE READING
Many people wonder what is it about a religious vocation that brings in so many young women. As the vocation director of our community for its entire 21 years of existence, I have time and again answered these questions: “What is a sister? What do you all do? Why are you here?” People want to... CONTINUE READING
I am thrilled to have one of my best buddies in the whole world, Sr. John Dominic Rasmussen, with me today. Sr. John Dominic is the co-founder of Lumen Ecclesiae Press and one of the foundresses of our community. Twenty-one years ago, four of us banded together by the Holy Spirit’s guidance and began a... CONTINUE READING
Today is very special as we have one of our beautiful sisters with me, Sr. Albert Marie. Sister is one of our Canadian Sisters. She came to us from way up there someplace. Now, Sister, could you please explain a little bit about your background and your family and how your vocation was nourished growing... CONTINUE READING
Today, I am very excited to have a Dominican friend with us. We have talked in previous posts about St. Dominic, the Rosary, and the aspects of the Dominican order. Today we have our first Dominican priest, Fr. Andy McAlpin, with us. I am just thrilled to have you here, Father. We met years ago,... CONTINUE READING
Today, I have my dear friend Sr. Catherine Thomas Brenan with me. Sister, you are one of the few sisters in our community that is an only child. You have a very interesting background, can you tell us a little about your upbringing? For the Video Presentation of this article click here: Sr. Catherine Thomas:... CONTINUE READING
As Dominicans, the whole world is our home. As you know, preaching and teaching is what we do, and we do it is through a lot of prayer, a lot of sacrifice, and a lot of determination. Today, I am very pleased to have Sr. Mercedes Torrez and Sr. Miriam Holzman with me. These two... CONTINUE READING
Today I am here with Sr. Teresa Benedicta and Sr. Mary Magdalene. Many of us are high school teachers, so we’ve all experienced a lot of the things we will talk about today. The topic of today’s conversation is also a very timely discussion. I am going to ask both of these wonderful Sisters of... CONTINUE READING
Today, I have the distinct pleasure to bring to you one of my beautiful sisters. For those that have tuned in regularly to these posts, you know that every single sister has her own story just as every one of you has his or her own story because God never treats two of us the... CONTINUE READING
An answer to her parents’ prayers, Sister Maria Veritas shares her inspiring vocation story, from childhood to higher education and God’s calling to the religious life. Her faith in God and her complete trust in His plan for her life serve as a beautiful example to all of us discerning our vocations or seeking to... CONTINUE READING
Growing up Catholic, Sister Maria Canisius was always aware of the religious life as a potential vocation, but it wasn’t until college when she began to seriously discern it. With the support of many people, including spiritual guidance of priests and the Catholic presence at her state university, Sister Maria Canisius remained open to God’s... CONTINUE READING
Sister Catherine Thomas fell away from the faith in high school and came back to it in college. As she was coming back to the sacraments, she felt God calling her to Himself. She chose the Dominican Order because it embodied everything she sought in her life – contemplation and an active apostolate with a... CONTINUE READING
Full willing and joyful participation in the sacraments leads to so much more. This is the moral we learn from Sister Mary Elizabeth Miriam’s vocation story. She grew up nominally Catholic, but she truly embraced her faith in graduate school and fell more in love with God with each passing day. As she spent time in... CONTINUE READING
Sisters Mary Elizabeth and Stephen Patrick are embarking on an exciting collaboration with Father Nicanor to create a high school level curriculum teaching evolution to students through the Catholic perspective. The goal is to bring together faith and science into an approach that gives due glory to God as the Creator and teaches students how... CONTINUE READING
Sister Stephen Patrick was raised Catholic and studied science in college. Up until that point, she thought she would become a stay-at-home mother; however, God had a different plan for her life, and she willingly listened to His call. He called her to Him in college, and she answered that call immediately, leaving school with a... CONTINUE READING
From raising bees and selling honey, Sr. Irenaeus realized she wanted something more. She wanted to sell something more worthwhile. Through faith, prayer, and Eucharistic Adoration, she realized that God was calling her to Himself, and she joyfully answered that call after college. Her simple vocation story is a beautiful reminder that God calls us... CONTINUE READING
Growing up, Sister Martin Thérèse knew she wanted to be a wife and mother and there was never a thought of a religious vocation. God knew differently and tugged at her heart until she listened and responded. The Holy Spirit works in mysterious ways, and He will guide you if you but listen. Sr. Joseph... CONTINUE READING
Sister Maria was raised Catholic and spent her young adulthood selling cars and living a materialistic life. She eventually felt called to the religious life and knew that she needed to get herself out of debt before she could seek entrance to a community. She became a successful CFO of three car dealerships and became... CONTINUE READING
With her parents, Sister Agnes Paulina emigrated to the United States from Poland. Influenced by Saint John Paul II, who she met while living in Poland, Sister eventually discerned her Religious vocation and joined the Dominican Sisters of Mary, Mother of the Eucharist, where she shares her love of God generously with everyone she meets.... CONTINUE READING
Sisters Thomas Aquinas and Amata Veritas, both raised Catholic in the Roman Rite, share their experience in a relatively new and quite unique apostolate, working with the Ordinariate of the Chair of Saint Peter. This ordinariate is one of three in the world that serves the Anglicans who have converted or come back into full... CONTINUE READING
Sister Louis Marie heard her call to religious life during her years at the University of Notre Dame; she wanted to answer immediately! Her parents, however thought it was imprudent to abandon her college degree, so she hesitated until Sister Joseph Andrew told her that if God is calling her now, she needs to follow... CONTINUE READING
Being a “Cafeteria-Catholic” prevented Sister Maria Guadalupe from surrendering all to God and accepting the entirety of the Faith, but once she did, God quickly led her to the Dominican Sisters of Mary, Mother of the Eucharist. Sr. Joseph Andrew Bogdanowicz: Our community highlights the uniqueness of each Sister because that is a different aspect... CONTINUE READING
Representing the Dominican Sisters of Mary, Mother of the Eucharist, Sister Maria appeared on “The Oprah Winfrey Show” multiple times. On the program, Sister joyfully shared about the Sisters and her profession of perpetual vows with Oprah. Unable to understand the joy that comes from living the vows of obedience, chastity, and poverty, Oprah still... CONTINUE READING
Born Catholic, Sister Mary Ignatius saw many of her family fall away from the Church. She struggled with her own faith in high school and college yet felt drawn to Eucharistic Adoration, even though she didn’t understand the true meaning. She learned much about the Catholic Faith from what she read and was inspired by... CONTINUE READING
In this first episode of two with Fr. John Eckert, a priest of the Diocese of Charlotte, North Carolina, who was ordained in 2010 shares with Sr. Joseph Andrew that in pre-school, “This little girl came up said ‘Johnny Eckert, I’m gonna kiss you,’ and I said, ‘No. No, I’m going to be a priest.”... CONTINUE READING
Fr. John Eckert, a priest of the Diocese of Charlotte, North Carolina, ordained in 2010 continues his discussion with Sr. Joseph Andrew about the priesthood and the value and complementarity of Religious Sisters to that most sublime vocation. Fr. John Eckert: I’ve been by myself, in my parish now for the last year and a... CONTINUE READING
From Keller, Texas, a small suburb outside of Dallas/Fort Worth, Sr. Mary Avila is the middle of three children. Her father, a convert to the Church, and her mother’s great love for the Eucharist and our Lady, although neither were well catechized, they really believed in Catholic Education and sacrificed much to send her to... CONTINUE READING
Sr. Maria Francisco was born right under the shadow of our Lady’s mantle at Guadalupe in Mexico City. Her childhood was a series of adventures, moving from one country to another, and back again to Mexico; learning new languages, and skipping two grades in school. Sister’s grandmother taught her how to pray and had a... CONTINUE READING
Join Sr. Joseph Andrew as she chats with Sr. Mary Margaret about how she ended up in religious life when, as a young woman, she didn’t even like to pray! God certainly has His ways with us!
Sr. Basil Marie The first time I ever thought of a religious vocation was during a career day. You had to get up in front of everyone and tell them what you wanted to be when you grew up, and I remember saying I want to be a Dallas Cowboys’ Cheerleader! I feel like everyone... CONTINUE READING
Born and raised in the Lone Star State, Sr. Anne Raphael’s father taught her to hunt, to fish, to work; and her mom, to cook, to keep house, and be a loving mother! Raised in a faithful Catholic home, Sister studied criminal justice with the aspirations of one day becoming a police officer. God clearly... CONTINUE READING
Sr. Joseph Andrew: What would be the one thing you would say to young people considering Religious Life? Sr. Teresa Marie: You need to be in conversation with Christ, it’s not as if you go and have the ‘warm fuzzies’ at a retreat and then you leave on top of the world. It’s more of... CONTINUE READING
Sr. Simeon Marie, O.P.: I always prayed for a religious vocation, but to be honest, I really hoped it wasn’t my vocation because I just love my family and I was like, “I want to have a bunch of kids like my mom.” I remember the one time I vocalized it: I was having an... CONTINUE READING
Sr. Magdalena, O.P.: It was very difficult, especially when I got older because I thought, “Well, how do I live my faith on my own? It doesn’t seem like it’s the most popular thing to do.” And so, it kind of gave me a little crisis of faith until I actually went off to college... CONTINUE READING
Sr. Ave Maria, O.P.: I went to a Franciscan University and it was really there that I saw young people on fire to be Catholic, to live their faith. [It was there] I discovered Eucharistic adoration for the first time. I learned that Faith growing up but it really didn’t go from my head to... CONTINUE READING
Sr. Maria Benedicta, O.P. Prayer takes a lot of work and I’ve realized that, more and more, over the years. I always think of St. Paul’s analogy of the spiritual life as a race. He talks about how runners and athletes will train to win a crown of laurel wreaths and how we’re training for... CONTINUE READING
Sr. Gianna Marie, O.P. I didn’t really think about God that much; I went to Mass, I did everything that my parents asked me out of my love for them, but not for the love of Him. I didn’t really see God as a person and definitely didn’t think about His love for me. He... CONTINUE READING
It is very countercultural to be a Sister. So, pray for the gift of courage and then do something! If the Lord is calling you to a certain Community or pulling you in a direction, you know, it’s great to research, it’s great to read books, it’s great to call people, but you have to... CONTINUE READING
Born in Denver, Colorado, and moved to Minnesota at twelve years of age, Sr. Rose, O.P. was educated at home from third grade through the end of high school. She struggled with faith in her teen years and even considered herself an atheist for a time. She decided reading primary sources was the best way... CONTINUE READING
Sr. Mary Bethany was born into a devout Catholic family with four brothers and one sister. In high school she found herself confronted by an immeasurable love she felt from God and knew it demanded a response. Having never considered religious life, she attended a profession of vows by the Missionaries of Charity in San... CONTINUE READING
Sr. Mercedes was born and raised in New York. She found her vocation through the witness of religious men and women and the faith of her friends and family, who brought her back to Christ after she fell away.
Sr. Catherine Marie always wondered: if we are called to give our lives entirely to God, wouldn’t that mean that many of us are called to the priesthood and religious life?
When Fr. James Moore finished college, he felt called to become a Dominican priest. After making a total consecration to Mary, he came to desire to be a Father in the Church.
Sr. Joseph Andrew interviews Dawn Hausmann about her trajectory of living a faith-filled lifestyle and accepting the vocation of consecrated virginity.
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