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Catholic College Leaders’ Excuses for Honoring Pro-Aborts
5/26/2016
If you’ve ever wondered why so many Catholic colleges think it’s okay to honor abortion advocates at their commencement ceremonies, a former Jesuit university president recently helped shed some light on the issue.

The Jesuit publication America Magazine posted a three-part series on its website this month about scandalous commencement honors at Catholic colleges. In parts one and two of the series, Father Jim McDermott, S.J., of America spoke with me about concerns raised by The Cardinal Newman Society regarding former President Bill Clinton being chosen to give the commencement address and receive an honorary degree at Loyola Marymount University (LMU) in Los Angeles, Calif. The interviews also touch on the broader issue of the damage done to a college’s Catholic identity — and the potential spiritual harm done to students — when Catholic colleges choose to hold up individuals as worthy of praise and emulation who publicly advocate for the murder of unborn children.


Honor of Biden ‘Crushed’ Student’s Hope for Notre Dame’s Catholic Identity
5/25/2016
A recent University of Notre Dame graduate said that after four years of working to strengthen Notre Dame’s Catholic identity, her hope that the University would “reverse its course toward secularization” was “crushed” by the commencement honor of abortion advocate Vice President Joe Biden.

Writing at Ethika Politika, Alexandra DeSanctis stated that she skipped her graduation ceremony this month over the scandal:

I spent four years working, praying, and fostering the hope that Notre Dame would reverse its course toward secularization and instead embrace its Catholic identity in a meaningful way. That hope—shared by many students, alumni, and outside observers more dedicated than myself—was crushed, perhaps even deliberately, by [University of Notre Dame President] Fr. Jenkins’ decision to honor Biden, and, as much as I wanted to celebrate my graduation, seeing four years of work and prayers shot down before my eyes wasn’t the right way to do that.


Arizona’s Catholic universities form coalition (The Catholic Sun)
5/25/2016
Arizona’s Catholic universities form coalition (The Catholic Sun)


Bills aim to force Calif. Christian colleges to embrace transgenders or lose funding, critics warn (The College Fix)
5/25/2016
Bills aim to force Calif. Christian colleges to embrace transgenders or lose funding, critics warn (The College Fix)


How The Feds Began Rewriting Title IX To Push Trans Policies (The Federalist)
5/25/2016
How The Feds Began Rewriting Title IX To Push Trans Policies (The Federalist)


Study suggests targeting religious students with social justice rhetoric (Campus Reform)
5/25/2016
Study suggests targeting religious students with social justice rhetoric (Campus Reform)


NLRB to Decide Organizing Rights of Non-Teaching Employees at Religious Colleges, Universities (The National Law Review)
5/25/2016
NLRB to Decide Organizing Rights of Non-Teaching Employees at Religious Colleges, Universities (The National Law Review)


Catholic College Presidents Hopeful for Resolution in HHS Mandate Challenge
5/24/2016
The presidents of two Catholic colleges involved in the U.S.Supreme Court challenges to the HHS mandate applauded the Court’s recent decision to vacate all lower court rulings and expressed their hope that a positive resolution for religious freedom would soon be reached.

“I am pleased that Supreme Court has offered us a way forward which doesn’t require us to participate in the provision of the services which we find to be morally objectionable,” said Catholic University of America (CUA) President John Garvey in a press release. “We will move forward in our conversations with government officials with the sincere hope that our religious exemption, as well as that of our co-plaintiffs, is ensured.”

Last week, the Supreme Court unanimously vacated all previous lower court decisions in Zubik v. Burwell, a case challenging the HHS contraception/abortifacient/sterilization mandate. The mandate forces Catholic colleges, schools and organizations to provide morally objectionable health insurance coverage for their employees. CUA and Thomas Aquinas College (TAC), along with several Catholic high schools, are co-plaintiffs in the case.


NRLB Rulings Highlight Catholic Identity Concerns at Two More Colleges
5/24/2016
Earlier this month, Marywood University in Scranton, Pa., became the second Catholic college to win a favorable ruling against the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) since its new standard of evaluating the religious function of faculty was implemented. But both Marywood and Saint Martin’s University in Lacey, Wash., in a separate NLRB decision, ultimately saw their religious freedom arguments rejected due to the colleges’ own lack of emphasis on the role of faculty in their religious missions.

While the Catholic Church supports the concept of unions, The Cardinal Newman Society has consistently argued that the greater issue at stake in the ongoing labor disputes is the NLRB’s unconstitutional oversight in deciding the Catholicity of colleges. In December 2014, religious colleges won a significant concession from the NLRB when it abandoned its previous assessment test, evaluating whether a college has a “substantial religious character” by prying into matters of worship, curriculum, teaching, hiring policies and student recruitment.

The NLRB’s new approach seeks to determine whether specific faculty members serve a religious function. In many of these cases, the NLRB has actually exposed Catholic identity concerns at colleges in attempts to justify its jurisdiction. The cases highlight the need for Catholic colleges to strengthen their policies, handbooks and hiring documents by clearly defining the specific role of faculty in furthering their religious mission.


Gonzaga Alumni Seek Changes Out of Concern for Students
5/23/2016
While Gonzaga University, a Jesuit Catholic institution in Spokane, Wash., is known around the country for its basketball program, concerned alumni are working for policy changes in hopes that the University will one day be known for having a strong Catholic identity, which they say Gonzaga is currently lacking.

One of the major issues for alumni who are members of the group 1887 Trust is the lack of exemplary witnesses to the Catholic faith among the faculty and staff at Gonzaga, and the subsequent impact on students. Gonzaga parents and alumni formed 1887 Trust in 2013 following a significant uptick in Catholic identity concerns.

“When I attended Gonzaga, I saw some of its faculty stray from teaching the truths of the Church and was saddened that a majority of students would leave the University misguided,” Blair Kelly, who graduated from Gonzaga in 2013, told The Cardinal Newman Society.

Kelly said it was disheartening to see faculty in the classroom “reject the rich, 2,000-year-old intellectual tradition of the Church for academic fads and trends that embrace a largely secular view.”


A Recurring Problem at Georgetown University (Homiletic and Pastoral Review)
5/20/2016
A Recurring Problem at Georgetown University (Homiletic and Pastoral Review)


The man behind Catholic U’s largest donation ever (Catholic World Report)
5/20/2016
The man behind Catholic U’s largest donation ever (Catholic World Report)


Notre Dame honors pro-abortion Joe Biden despite pro-life protests (LifeSiteNews)
5/19/2016
Notre Dame honors pro-abortion Joe Biden despite pro-life protests (LifeSiteNews)


Seattle University students protest ‘dead white dudes’ curriculum (The College Fix)
5/19/2016
Seattle University students protest ‘dead white dudes’ curriculum (The College Fix)


St. Gregory's University Appoints New President (StGregorys.edu)
5/19/2016
St. Gregory's University Appoints New President (StGregorys.edu)


Georgetown students blast 'laughable’ commencement speaker protest (Campus Reform)
5/19/2016
Georgetown students blast 'laughable’ commencement speaker protest (Campus Reform)


Students at Catholic Seattle Univ. Confused About Gender
5/19/2016
Several students at Seattle University, a Jesuit Catholic institution, expressed confusion about the differences between men and women in a recently released video, seeming to buy into the gender ideology that Pope Francis has warned is a threat to the family.

The Family Policy Institute of Washington (FPIW) conducted interviews with several students said to attend Seattle University. During the exchanges, students in the video:

-Showed confusion when asked if there’s a difference between men and women.

-Said what an individual thinks about his or her gender matters more than biology.

-Stated that differences between males and females don’t matter, and that gender is just a social construct.

-Said people should use the restroom based on their “gender identity” rather than biological sex.



Newman Society President: Platforms and Honors for Abortion Advocates Negatively Impact Students
5/17/2016
Catholic colleges have a responsibility to transmit the truth about the right to life, and their actions — including providing speaker platforms and honors — can have a serious impact on the lives of students, Cardinal Newman Society President Patrick Reilly said in an interview with Teresa Tomeo on Ave Maria Radio last week.

“Certainly at a Catholic institution, we know that abortion is wrong, we know that same-sex marriage is wrong and yet [colleges] are actively promoting it to the point where we almost don’t hear a Catholic voice anymore,” said Reilly. He added that many Catholic colleges need to regain that voice for the sake of their students, and to live up to their identity and mission.

The Cardinal Newman Society has led calls for reform concerning speaker platforms and commencement honors for years, raising awareness about their impact on Catholic identity, and the responsibilities of Catholic colleges. But it does not seem like colleges are taking the concerns of parents, students and pro-life leaders seriously, said Tomeo.


Georgetown Honors Contraception Advocates at Commencement
5/17/2016
Georgetown University in Washington, D.C., plans to honor two speakers at its commencement ceremonies who have publicly advocated for abortion and contraception against Church teaching.

Gayle Smith, administrator for the United States Agency for International Development (USAID), will give the commencement address for the McCourt School of Public Policy at Georgetown on May 19 and receive an honorary Doctor of Humane Letters degree. And Beverly Malone, CEO of the National League for Nursing, will address graduates of the School of Nursing and Health Studies on May 21, and receive an honorary Doctor of Science degree.

Both have actively pushed for greater access to so-called family planning services, including abortion and contraception.


SCOTUS Ruling on HHS Mandate Impacts Catholic Colleges and Schools
5/17/2016
The legal battle will continue for Catholic colleges and schools and other religious nonprofits and institutions challenging the Obama administration’s contraception mandate following a decision by the U.S. Supreme Court on Monday to send the issue back to lower courts.

“We are nearing what seems to be a very happy ending to a terrible chapter in America’s history of religious tolerance,” said Cardinal Newman Society President Patrick Reilly. “Catholics should be very proud of the Little Sisters but also the other courageous organizations who have stood strong against this injustice — including the most faithful Catholic colleges and schools, which figured prominently in the legal and social battles to halt the HHS mandate.”

The eight U.S. Supreme Court justices unanimously vacated the appellate court decisions in their ruling. The case most notably involves the Little Sisters of the Poor, but a number of Catholic colleges and schools are also involved in the legal challenge, standing their ground in defiance of the HHS contraception/abortifacient/sterilization mandate. Monday’s ruling follows the government’s admission last month that it need not force religious objectors to provide contraception coverage as part of the HHS mandate, and it signals further potential lower court victories for Catholic institutions in the near future.


Finding the Origins of Today’s Dissent in Catholic Colleges
5/13/2016
On April 18, students at Christendom College in Front Royal, Va., and at the graduate campus in Alexandria, Va., welcomed a calm and unassuming young priest with closely shaven blond hair to talk about the origins of dissent at U.S. Catholic colleges. The history and the events described during the presentation help to understand the many Catholic identity problems seen on college campuses today.

Father Peter Mitchell, a pastor in the Diocese of Green Bay, Wis., and a historian trained at the Gregorian Pontifical University in Rome, told the story of how faculty at Catholic colleges rebelled against the Magisterium in the late 1960s in the name of academic freedom. He argued that this explains the context of theological dissent in America today.


Vatican Education Official: ‘Dialogue’ at Catholic Universities Must Lead to Truth
5/13/2016
When fostering dialogue with other viewpoints, Catholic universities must be clear on the truths of Church teaching, and should strive to lead others to that truth, said Father Bechina, FSO, undersecretary of the Vatican Congregation for Catholic Education.

“[T]here is no progress in dialogue, no progress toward truth, no intellectual progress, if we do not have clear standpoints,” Fr. Bechina said in an interview with Vatican Radio.

“A good Catholic university should have a clear vision, mission and standpoint which should be grounded in its belief in the Gospel, in Jesus Christ,” he added.

Having clear positions grounded in the Gospel, Catholic universities should “respect that there are other opinions and then engage with them,” Fr. Bechina said, with the goal of “show[ing] that we have good reason for what we [as Catholics] believe.”


Newman Society Responds to Obama Administration’s ‘Guidance’ on Gender Identity
5/13/2016
Patrick J. Reilly, president of The Cardinal Newman Society, released the following statement today in response to the “guidance” issued by the U.S. Department of Education attempting to force schools to abandon safe, responsible policies according to students’ biological sex:

“The Obama administration can try to change federal policy but not Catholic teaching, which rejects the separation of ‘gender’ from biological sex. This was reaffirmed by Pope Francis, who laments the falsehood of ‘gender ideology’: ‘It is one thing to be understanding of human weakness and the complexities of life, and another to accept ideologies that attempt to sunder what are inseparable aspects of reality. Let us not fall into the sin of trying to replace the Creator.’


Newman Society Discusses Commencement Scandals in Three-Part Series
5/12/2016
Over the past week, the Jesuit-run publication America Magazine ran a three-part series on its website featuring interviews with The Cardinal Newman Society on the topic of scandalous commencement honors.

In part one of the series, the Newman Society discussed its opposition to former President Bill Clinton being honored at Loyola Marymount University’s commencement, and the broader Catholic identity issue of honoring individuals opposed to the Church’s moral teachings.

The Newman Society pointed out during the interview regarding Clinton: “[H]e might say a bunch of wonderful things [at the commencement]. But the University, choosing to honor this person and present this person as a role model, that’s the real issue. It’s going against the mission of the University in many ways to prop up people who are active opponents of Church teaching around the world.”


Why One Alumnus Removed His Son from the University of San Diego
5/12/2016
It is no surprise that parents are increasingly worried about their children “losing the faith” at many Catholic colleges in the midst of growing Catholic identity concerns and scandals on campus. Even alumni of Catholic colleges, such as Charles LiMandri, a University of San Diego (USD) alumnus and father of five, feel their alma maters are no longer true to their Catholic mission.

“I have had too many parents tell me that their kids went to USD and lost their faith,” LiMandri told The Cardinal Newman Society. A graduate of the class of 1977, LiMandri removed his son from USD out of concern for the University’s dwindling Catholic identity. He now heads Alumni for a Catholic USD, a group dedicated to restoring the University’s Catholic identity and mission. “People need to know what has happened at USD in the hope of eventually changing it, and in the meantime avoiding its potential destructive impact on the spiritual lives of their sons and daughters.”


Catholic Pro-Life Leaders Urge Colleges To Defend Catholic Identity (Breitbart)
5/12/2016
Catholic Pro-Life Leaders Urge Colleges To Defend Catholic Identity (Breitbart)


Catholic Universities Urged to Reject Honorees Like Biden Who Advocate ‘Culture of Death’ (CNSNews.com)
5/12/2016
Catholic Universities Urged to Reject Honorees Like Biden Who Advocate ‘Culture of Death’ (CNSNews.com)


Catholic leaders rap Catholic university honors for pro-abortion politicians (Catholic Culture)
5/12/2016
Catholic leaders rap Catholic university honors for pro-abortion politicians (Catholic Culture)


Notre Dame to Honor Joe Biden and John Boehner: At What Cost? (NC Register)
5/12/2016
Notre Dame to Honor Joe Biden and John Boehner: At What Cost? (NC Register)


The Catholic University of America’s Business School Integrates Virtue, Vocation and Work (NC Register)
5/11/2016
The Catholic University of America’s Business School Integrates Virtue, Vocation and Work (NC Register)


Unborn left out of 'social justice' journey (OneNewsNow)
5/11/2016
Unborn left out of 'social justice' journey (OneNewsNow)


Pro-Life Leaders Decry Scandals, Urge Catholic Colleges to Reject Culture of Death
5/11/2016
Concerned by recent high-profile events at Catholic colleges featuring pro-abortion leaders — including Planned Parenthood’s Cecile Richards, Bill ClintonWendy Davis and Vice President Joe Biden — 31 Catholic and pro-life leaders joined a statement urging Catholic colleges to “stand firm in defending truth and the Catholic identity of their institutions.”

The statement, released today by The Cardinal Newman Society, argues that such events betray the mission of Catholic education and endanger the spiritual well-being of students.  

“We urge the leaders of Catholic colleges and universities to reject the culture of death” and refuse “to honor and award speaking platforms to public advocates of abortion and same-sex marriage,” the signers of the letter stated.

“There is no sensible appeal to ‘freedom of speech’ or ‘academic freedom’ to justify university-sponsored events or activities that hold up opponents of known moral truths for special honor, as if falsehood and immorality are to be celebrated and not firmly rejected,” the letter states.


Congresswoman Wants to Shame Catholic Colleges for Defending Church Teaching
5/10/2016
A member of Congress from Massachusetts is hoping to use the force of the federal government to brand faithful Catholic colleges as discriminatory against students who experience same-sex attraction or gender identity issues.

Rep. Katherine Clark introduced legislation in Congress recently to force faithful Catholic colleges and other religious institutions of higher learning to publish documents “in a prominent location” on their websites if they request religious exemptions from“gender identity” applications of Title IX — exemptions that were explicitly written into the federal education law to protect religious education.

The bill also requires the Department of Education to publish the same information on its website. But following lobbying from LGBT activist groups, the Department has already voluntarily published a searchable database in April of all colleges that have ever requested religious exemptions to Title IX.


Title IX: From Common Sense to Coercion (NC Register)
5/9/2016
Title IX: From Common Sense to Coercion (NC Register)


Commencement Controversy Season Part II (America Magazine)
5/9/2016
Commencement Controversy Season Part II (America Magazine)


Campus Speakers: Why They Matter
5/5/2016
Bill Clinton. Cecile Richards. Joe Biden. Wendy Davis.

What do they have in common?

For us, it’s this: Catholic colleges this spring have invited these public figures to enjoy prominent campus platforms and public honors, despite their public opposition to Catholic teaching on abortion and marriage.

Why does this matter? Because it’s a betrayal of the mission of Catholic education and a scandal. It concerns not only The Cardinal Newman Society but also, apparently, bishops and pro-life leaders who have spoken out against the colleges' choices.

Any college, if it is to fulfill its mission, must seek and teach truth. But an authentic Catholic college has far more to offer, because it teaches the truth revealed by God — truth that is excluded by the modern academy, because its only accepted means to truth are human experience and reasoning. A Catholic college, by definition, embraces divine revelation through Christ and His Church as truth that is foundational and consistent with discovered truth.


Top 10 Signs of Renewal in Catholic Schools
5/5/2016
There are exciting things happening in Catholic education, The Cardinal Newman Society has concluded after reviewing hundreds of articles about Catholic elementary and secondary schools published during the 2015-2016 academic year.

A number of schools on the Newman Society’s Catholic Education Honor Roll are expanding and have implemented new programs and curricula to further nourish students in the faith while providing an excellent academic education. These changes involve a number of schools rejecting Common Core, including an entire diocese in Michigan. And we were encouraged to see strong defenses of the faith and Catholic identity in diocesan schools from bishops in Nebraska, Philadelphia, San Francisco and Springfield, Ill., in the areas of morality and human sexuality.

The list below shows that while there are still areas of concern in K-12 education, many examples of faithfulness in Catholic education can be found across the country.


It's Commencement Controversy Season! (America Magazine)
5/5/2016
It's Commencement Controversy Season! (America Magazine)


Top 10 Signs of Renewal in Catholic Colleges
5/5/2016
The 2015-2016 academic year was a good one in many ways for Catholic higher education, The Cardinal Newman Society has concluded after reviewing hundreds of news reports about positive signs of strong Catholic identity. These examples show that faithful Catholic education is flourishing on many campuses, forming students morally, spiritually and intellectually, in sharp contrast to the scandals at many wayward Catholic universities.

Representatives from the colleges who spoke with the Newman Society during this school year cited their Catholic mission as the core of what makes their education unique and successful. Instead of a hindrance, fidelity to Church teaching is the key to their growth and success.

Our recap of articles published this year by The Cardinal Newman Society includes new initiatives aimed at stronger marriage preparation, efforts to combat the scourge of pornography, healthy visitation policies in student housing, the defense of religious freedom and more.


Commencement 2016: College Speakers Run the Gamut (NC Register)
5/5/2016
Commencement 2016: College Speakers Run the Gamut (NC Register)


Diocese: Catholic School Teachers Have Duty to Be ‘Moral Exemplars’
5/5/2016
Fort Wayne – South Bend Bishop Kevin Rhoades’ pre-contract document to his diocesan school teachers deserves high praise for emphasizing adherence to Catholic moral teachings both inside and outside the classroom, said Dr. Denise Donohue, deputy director of The Cardinal Newman Society’s K-12 education programs. Donohue added that the well-cited and detailed document is important for the protection of Catholic identity in the diocese’s schools.

The document states that faculty and staff of Catholic schools are not to publicly reject the moral teachings and laws of the Church. And in no way are they to cooperate, take part in or condone practices contrary to those teachings, including same-sex marriage, abortion, assisted suicide, adultery, in vitro fertilization or gender ideology. Additionally, the mission of Catholic schools is not limited to teachers but includes all “administrators, educators, coaches and moderators,” according to the document.

“It’s important in a world where both adults and children are confused about even their male or femaleness for bishops to promulgate teaching documents, especially documents that focus on man’s proper relationships with others, and most especially with God,” said Donohue.


Catholic Colleges Embrace Gender Ideology in Housing Policies
5/3/2016
The College of the Holy Cross, a Jesuit, Catholic institution in Worcester, Mass., will implement a new housing policy in the 2016-2017 academic year that embraces gender ideology, which Pope Francis has called a threat to the family.

The updated housing policy “will allow students of different sexes to room together based on gender identity,” according to an April 29, 2016, report in the campus newspaper The Crusader.

At the University of San Francisco (USF), the gender-inclusive housing description was recently updated to indicate that students at the Jesuit-run institution should develop their own understanding about gender identity, including recognition that “human beings are not necessarily male or female as ascribed by their assigned gender at birth.”


Marquette Professor Claims Breach of Contract in Suit Against University
5/2/2016
Marquette University Associate Professor John McAdams filed a lawsuit against the University on Monday for “illegally suspending” him in the fall of 2014 and “making the decision to terminate his tenure and fire him from Marquette” over a blog post. The post criticized an instructor who called a student’s defense of marriage “homophobic.”

The suit, filed in Milwaukee County Circuit Court, makes several breach of contract arguments and seeks to have McAdams reinstated as a tenured professor at Marquette.

“Marquette University guarantees its tenured faculty academic freedoms, including the right to free speech,” the Wisconsin Institute for Law and Liberty (WILL), which is representing McAdams, stated in a press release. “That right was violated when Marquette suspended Professor McAdams for blogging about an incident between an undergraduate student and a graduate instructor where the Instructor told the student that any discussion on gay marriage in an ethics course would be considered homophobic and inappropriate.”


Notre Dame Nixes Collaboration With Chinese University (NC Register)
5/2/2016
Notre Dame Nixes Collaboration With Chinese University (NC Register)


Cardinal Wuerl: Catholic Colleges 'Not Autonomous Entities,' Must Remember Mission (Cardinals Blog)
4/29/2016
Cardinal Wuerl: Catholic Colleges 'Not Autonomous Entities,' Must Remember Mission (Cardinals Blog)


Catholic Colleges Called to be Faithful Witnesses, Says Notre Dame Professor (America)
4/29/2016
Catholic Colleges Called to be Faithful Witnesses, Says Notre Dame Professor (America)


College Students Learn to Battle Catholic Identity Abuses on Campus
4/29/2016
Catholic college students who attended this month’s “Standing Up for Faith & Freedom” seminar in Virginia told The Cardinal Newman Society that not only do they want to see an end to Catholic identity abuses on campuses, but they want to be part of the solution in rebuilding faithful Catholic education across the country.

“Yes, [college students] are fighting an uphill battle,” said Joseph Shaneyfelt, a senior at the Newman Guide-recommended Benedictine College in Atchison, Kan. “In a time when political correctness and fear of ‘offending’ people is running rampant on college campuses across the United States, we need to be first and foremost adamant in saying we are Catholic.”


Will More Catholic Schools Pivot From Common Core to Classical Education? (NC Register)
4/29/2016
Will More Catholic Schools Pivot From Common Core to Classical Education? (NC Register)


Newman Society on EWTN: 'The Catholic University as Witness'
4/29/2016
Patrick Reilly, founder and president of The Cardinal Newman Society, will appear on the Eternal Word Television Network (EWTN) program "Franciscan University Presents" next week to discuss the special witness Catholic colleges and universities are called to give.

Reilly will join the show's host Michael Hernon, vice president of advancement at Franciscan University of Steubenville, and panelists Dr. Regis Martin and Dr. Scott Hahn from the Franciscan University Theology Department for a discussion on “The Catholic University as Witness.”

“A Catholic institution of higher education is a place of learning. But it’s also a place of witness,” the episode description states. ”It’s where young people learn how to know their faith and to live it. It’s also where the culture at large can encounter the wisdom of Christ.”


Catholic Education: A Hard-Fought, Hard-Won Battle (Church Militant)
4/29/2016
Catholic Education: A Hard-Fought, Hard-Won Battle (Church Militant)


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