Sunday, February 14, 2021

The Holy Communion on the Last Sunday after Epiphany - The Transfiguration of Our Lord

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February 14, 2021, 10:30 am

The Transfiguration of Our Lord




In Epiphany we have seen Jesus teaching the will of God with authority and proclaiming God’s kingdom in might. In Lent we will follow him to the Cross. Jesus’ admonition to the apostles not to tell anyone about the vision on the mountain until he has been raised from the dead was mysterious to the disciples. However, none of us can understand the mystery of Jesus’ identity as Messiah without traveling with him on the way of the Cross.

OLD TESTAMENT: Elijah’s assumption into heaven is one of the most dramatic scenes in the Old Testament. The tension builds throughout the entire narrative, and when Elijah is taken up, his disciple Elisha utters the phrase, ‘The chariots of Israel and its horsemen!’ God’s spirit, not weapons of war, is the true strength of Israel.


NEW TESTAMENT: John’s Gospel proclaims Jesus as ‘the Light of the World.’ St Paul tells the Corinthians, in a similar manner, that ‘the gospel of the glory of Christ’ is light, and that Christ is the image of God. Human beings were created in the image of God, but in the fall, the image of God is marred in us. Jesus reveals God’s glory to us and true humanity.


GOSPEL: Moses and Elijah appear with Jesus on the Mount of Transfiguration, representing the attestation of the Law and the Prophets to Jesus as Lord. The Father’s voice echoes the words spoken over Jesus at his baptism, but adds the imperative to listen.


Today marks the last use of the word ‘Alleluia’ until

the celebration of the Resurrection of our Lord at the Easter Vigil.

We fast from the alleluia in public worship, just as we fast from the

visual signs of our faith, as a way of marking the forty days of the

Lenten season.


OPENING MUSIC                                         O Wondrous Type! O Vision Fair 

I.                    Paul Manz

II.                  John Eggert


Please meditate on the text of the hymn as it is played:


1              Oh, wondrous type! Oh, vision fair

                of glory that the church may share,

                which Christ upon the mountain shows,

                where brighter than the sun he glows!


2              With Moses and Elijah nigh

                the incarnate Lord holds converse high;

                and from the cloud, the Holy One

                bears record to the only Son.


3              With shining face and bright array,

                Christ deigns to manifest today

                what glory shall be theirs above

                who joy in God with perfect love.


4             And faithful hearts are raised on high

                by this great vision’s mystery;

                for which in joyful strains we raise

                the voice of prayer, the hymn of praise.


5              O Father, with the eternal Son

                and Holy Spirit ever one,

                we pray you, bring us by your grace

                to see your glory face to face.


Text: Sarum, 15th cent.; tr. John M. Neale, 1818-1866, alt.






The grace of our Lord Jesus Christ, the love of God,

and the communion of the Holy Spirit be with you all.      2 Corinthians 13:13

  And also with you.


HYMN OF PRAISE Gloria in excelsis Deo


Glory to God in the highest, and peace to his people on earth.       Luke 2:14


Lord God, heavenly king, almighty God and Father:

                We worship you, we give you thanks,

we praise you for your glory.

                Lord Jesus Christ, only Son of the Father,

Lord God, Lamb of God:

                You take away the sin of the world; have mercy on us.

                You are seated at the right hand of the Father;

receive our prayer.

                For you alone are the Holy One, you alone are the Lord,

                you alone are the Most High,

                Jesus Christ, with the Holy Spirit,

in the glory of God the Father. Amen



The Lord be with you.

  And also with you.


Almighty God, on the mountain you showed your glory in the transfiguration of your Son.

  Give us the vision to see beyond the turmoil of our world

  and to behold the king in all his glory.

We ask this through your Son, Jesus Christ our Lord, who lives and reigns with you and the Holy Spirit, one God, now and forever.




Paul said:

We do not proclaim ourselves;

we proclaim Jesus Christ as Lord.

  Let us hear the Word of the Lord.                                          2 Corinthians 4:5




First Reading                                                                    2 Kings 2:1-12


1Now when the Lord was about to take Elijah up to heaven by a whirlwind, Elijah and Elisha were on their way from Gilgal. 2Elijah said to Elisha, “Stay here; for the Lord has sent me as far as Bethel.” But Elisha said, “As the Lord lives, and as you yourself live, I will not leave you.” So they went down to Bethel. 3The company of prophets who were in Bethel came out to Elisha, and said to him, “Do you know that today the Lord will take your master away from you?” And he said, “Yes, I know; keep silent.”
4Elijah said to him, “Elisha, stay here; for the Lord has sent me to Jericho.” But he said, “As the Lord lives, and as you yourself live, I will not leave you.” So they came to Jericho. 5The company of prophets who were at Jericho drew near to Elisha, and said to him, “Do you know that today the Lord will take your master away from you?” And he answered, “Yes, I know; be silent.”
6Then Elijah said to him, “Stay here; for the Lord has sent me to the Jordan.” But he said, “As the Lord lives, and as you yourself live, I will not leave you.” So the two of them went on. 7Fifty men of the company of prophets also went, and stood at some distance from them, as they both were standing by the Jordan. 8Then Elijah took his mantle and rolled it up, and struck the water; the water was parted to the one side and to the other, until the two of them crossed on dry ground.
9When they had crossed, Elijah said to Elisha, “Tell me what I may do for you, before I am taken from you.” Elisha said, “Please let me inherit a double share of your spirit.” 10He responded, “You have asked a hard thing; yet, if you see me as I am being taken from you, it will be granted you; if not, it will not.” 11As they continued walking and talking, a chariot of fire and horses of fire separated the two of them, and Elijah ascended in a whirlwind into heaven. 12Elisha kept watching and crying out, “Father, father! The chariots of Israel and its horsemen!” But when he could no longer see him, he grasped his own clothes and tore them in two pieces.


The Word of the Lord.                                                  

  Thanks be to God.


PSALM 50:1-6

The psalm is read responsively between the pastor and the people.


Out of Zion, perfect in beauty, God shines forth in glory.                       (vs. 2)

  Out of Zion, perfect in beauty, God shines forth in glory.


1 The Lord, the God of | gods, has spoken;*

                he has called the earth from the rising of the sun | to its setting.

2 Out of Zion, perfect | in its beauty,*

                God reveals him- | self in glory.

3 Our God will come and will | not keep silence;*

                before him there is a consuming flame,

and round about him a | raging storm.

4 He calls the heavens and the earth | from above*

                to witness the judgment | of his people.

5 "Gather before me my | loyal followers,*

                those who have made a covenant with me

and sealed | it with sacrifice."

6 Let the heavens declare the rightness | of his cause;*

                for God him- | self is judge.


Out of Zion, perfect in beauty, God shines forth in glory.


Second Reading                                                        2 Corinthians 4:3-6


3Even if our gospel is veiled, it is veiled to those who are perishing. 4In their case the god of this world has blinded the minds of the unbelievers, to keep them from seeing the light of the gospel of the glory of Christ, who is the image of God. 5For we do not proclaim ourselves; we proclaim Jesus Christ as Lord and ourselves as your slaves for Jesus’ sake. 6For it is the God who said, “Let light shine out of darkness,” who has shone in our hearts to give the light of the knowledge of the glory of God in the face of Jesus Christ.


The Word of the Lord.

  Thanks be to God.





Alleluia. You are the fairest of the sons of men;

  grace is poured upon your lips. Alleluia.

                                      Psalm 45:2


Gospel                                                                                            Mark 9:2-9


The Holy Gospel according to St. Mark.

  Glory to you, O Lord.



2Six days later, Jesus took with him Peter and James and John, and led them up a high mountain apart, by themselves. And he was transfigured before them, 3and his clothes became dazzling white, such as no one on earth could bleach them. 4And there appeared to them Elijah with Moses, who were talking with Jesus. 5Then Peter said to Jesus, “Rabbi, it is good for us to be here; let us make three dwellings, one for you, one for Moses, and one for Elijah.” 6He did not know what to say, for they were terrified. 7Then a cloud overshadowed them, and from the cloud there came a voice, “This is my Son, the Beloved; listen to him!” 8Suddenly when they looked around, they saw no one with them any more, but only Jesus.
 9As they were coming down the mountain, he ordered them to tell no one about what they had seen, until after the Son of Man had risen from the dead.


The Gospel of the Lord.                                

  Praise to you, O Christ.







HYMN OF THE DAY                                                                                   Beautiful Savior


Please meditate on the text of the hymn as it is played.



1      Beautiful Savior,

        King of creation,

        Son of God and Son of Man!

        Truly I'd love thee,

        truly I'd serve thee,

        light of my soul, my joy, my crown.


2      Fair are the meadows,

        fair are the woodlands,

        robed in flow'rs of blooming spring;

        Jesus is fairer,

        Jesus is purer,

        he makes our sorrowing spirit sing.


3      Fair is the sunshine,

        fair is the moonlight,

        bright the sparkling stars on high;

        Jesus shines brighter,

        Jesus shines purer

        than all the angels in the sky.


4     Beautiful Savior,

        Lord of the nations,

        Son of God and Son of Man!

        Glory and honor,

        praise, adoration,

        now and forevermore be thine!


Text: Gesangbuch, Münster, 1677; tr. Joseph A. Seiss, 1823-1904





The pastor and people confess the faith of the Church in the words of the Nicene Creed.


X At the words ‘For us and for our salvation,’ and continuing through ‘and was made man,’ a solemn bow is appropriate to praise the incarnation of our Lord.


We believe in one God,

                the Father, the Almighty,            

                                maker of heaven and earth,

                                of all that is, seen and unseen.


We believe in one Lord, Jesus Christ,

                the only Son of God,

                eternally begotten of the Father,

                God from God, Light from Light,

                true God from true God,

                begotten, not made,

                of one Being with the Father.

                Through him all things were made.

                X For us and for our salvation

                                he came down from heaven;

                                by the power of the Holy Spirit

                                he became incarnate from the virgin Mary,   and was made man. X

For our sake he was crucified under Pontius Pilate;

                                he suffered death and was buried.

On the third day he rose again

                                                in accordance with the Scriptures;

                                he ascended into heaven

                                                and is seated at the right hand of the Father.

                He will come again in glory to judge the living and the dead,

                                and his kingdom will have no end.


We believe in the Holy Spirit, the Lord, the giver of life,

                who proceeds from the Father and the Son.

                With the Father and the Son he is worshiped and glorified.

                He has spoken through the prophets.

                We believe in one holy catholic and apostolic Church.

                We acknowledge one Baptism for the forgiveness of sins.

                We look for the resurrection of the dead,

                                and the life of the world to come. Amen





Let us pray for the whole people of God in Christ Jesus, and for all people according to their needs.


Silence is kept.


Let the whole Church listen to the words of Christ, the light of the world. Lord, in your mercy,

  hear our prayer.


Let ministers and teachers faithfully proclaim Jesus Christ as Lord. Lord, in your mercy,

  hear our prayer.


Let our faith family serve each other and all for Jesus’ sake. Lord, in your mercy,

  hear our prayer.


Let all who serve the public trust execute their offices with faithfulness and justice. Lord, in your mercy,

  hear our prayer.


Let those whose visions are clouded by unbelief, despair, or injuries done by those acting in the name of the Church come to live in the light of the merciful Lord. Lord, in your mercy,

  hear our prayer.


Let those in darkness of mind; those in poverty; the sick, the dying, the grieving, and all who are in any need know the light of your truth , the overshadowing of your grace and your voice of mercy and love.


The pastor reads the names submitted for prayer.

The people are invited to offer spoken or silent petitions.


Lord, in your mercy,

  hear our prayer.


Rejoicing in the fellowship of all the saints, let us go forward with eager steps until we also come to see the radiance of your glory. Lord, in your mercy,

  hear our prayer.


Into your hands, Father, we commend all for whom we pray, trusting in your steadfast love, through your Son, Jesus Christ our Lord.




The peace of the Lord be with you always. 

  And also with you. 


The people exchange a sign of peace with the simple words, Peace be with you.



The Lord’s Table is prepared.




Holy God,

receive all we bring before you this day,

and bring us also to that radiant glory

which we see in the transfigured face

of Jesus Christ our Lord.





The Lord be with you.                                   

  And also with you.                     

Lift up your hearts.                                         

  We lift them to the Lord.                        

Let us give thanks to the Lord our God.                                  

  It is right to give him thanks and praise.


  It is indeed right and salutary that we should at all times and in all places offer thanks and praise to you, O Lord, holy Father, through Christ our Lord.

  On this day he revealed his glory before chosen witnesses, and filled with divine splendor the human flesh in which he is one with us. In this way, he prepared the disciples to bear the scandal of the cross and showed that in the Church, his body, the same glory would be fulfilled that shone forth from him, its head.

  And so, with Moses and Elijah, Peter, James and John; with the Church on earth and the hosts of heaven, we praise your name and join their unending hymn:


Holy, holy, holy LORD, God of power and might!

Heaven and earth are full of your glory;

Hosanna in the highest.

Blessed is he who comes in the name of the LORD!

Hosanna in the highest!                                                       Isaiah 6:3, Matthew 21:9


Holy God, mighty Lord, gracious Father:

                Endless is your mercy and eternal your reign.

You have filled all creation with light and life;

                heaven and earth are full of your glory.


Through Abraham you promised to bless all nations.

                You rescued Israel, your chosen people.

Through the prophets you renewed your promise;

                and, at this end of all the ages, you sent your Son,

                who in words and deeds proclaimed your kingdom

                and was obedient to your will, even to giving his life.


In the night in which he was betrayed,

                our Lord Jesus took bread, and gave thanks;

                broke it, and gave it to his disciples, saying:

                Take and eat; this is my body, given for you.

Do this for the remembrance of me.

Again, after supper, he took the cup, gave thanks,

                and gave it for all to drink, saying:

                This cup is the new covenant in my blood,

shed for you and for all people for the forgiveness of sin.

Do this for the remembrance of me.


For as often as we eat of this bread and drink from this cup

                we proclaim the Lord's death until he comes.

  Christ has died. Christ is risen. Christ will come again.


Therefore, gracious Father, with this bread and cup

we remember the life our Lord offered for us.

And, believing the witness of his resurrection,

we await his coming in power

                to share with us the great and promised feast

                 Amen. Come, Lord Jesus.


Send now, we pray, your Holy Spirit,

                the spirit of our Lord and of his resurrection,

                that we who receive the Lord's body and blood

                may live to the praise of your glory

                and receive our inheritance with all your saints in light.

                  Amen. Come, Holy Spirit.

Join our prayers with those of your servants

of every time and every place,

and unite them with the ceaseless petitions of our great high priest until he comes as victorious Lord of all.


                Through him, with him, in him,

                in the unity of the Holy Spirit,

                all honor and glory is yours,

                almighty Father, now and forever. Amen



Christ is in our midst.

By the power of the Spirit,

we pray to his Father, saying:


Our Father, who art in heaven,

                                hallowed be thy name,

                                thy kingdom come,

                                thy will be done,

                                                on earth as it is in heaven.

                Give us this day our daily bread;

                and forgive us our trespasses,

                                as we forgive those who trespass against us;

                and lead us not into temptation,

                                but deliver us from evil.

                For thine is the kingdom, and the power, and the glory,

                                forever and ever. Amen


Behold, it is good for us to be here;

for here our Lord Jesus makes his dwelling with us.

  Thanks be to God.                                                                                      Mark 9:5



We adore Christ with the words of the Agnus Dei (Lamb of God).


Lamb of God, you take away the sin of the world;           

   have mercy on us.

Lamb of God, you take away the sin of the world;

  have mercy on us.        

Lamb of God, you take away the sin of the world;

  Grant us peace.                                                    

John 1:29, see also Luke 17:13






Admission to the Sacrament is by invitation of the Lord, presented through the Church to those who are baptized.


They may receive the Lord’s Body and Blood who are baptized in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit, who commune in their home churches, and who believe that Jesus Christ, crucified and risen, is truly present in, with, and under the forms of bread and wine for the forgiveness of sins, life, and salvation.


The communicants will be invited forward one family unit at a time. Please do not come forward until the pastor directs you to come forward, do not approach all the way to the table until the pastor has retreated, and please do not remove your mask until you have reached the table with the elements on it.


 When the pastor says ‘The body of Christ, given for you,’ eat the bread. When the pastor says, ‘The blood of Christ, shed for you,’ drink the wine.  Please take the plate and the glass(es) and place them on the table that is indicated. Please put your mask on before returning to your seat.


Please meditate on the text of the hymn as it is played.


O Bread of Life from Heaven


1      O bread of life from heaven,

        O food to pilgrims given,

        O manna from above:

        feed with the blessed sweetness

        of your divine completeness

        the souls that want and need your love.


2      O fount of grace redeeming,

        O river ever streaming

        from Jesus' wounded side:

        come now, your love bestowing

        on thirsting souls, and flowing

        till all are fully satisfied.


3      We love you, Jesus, tender,

        in all your hidden splendor

        within these means of grace.

Oh, let the veil be riven,

        and our clear eye in heaven

        behold your glory face to face.


Text: Latin hymn, c. 1661; tr. Hugh T. Henry, 1862-1946, sts. 1, 3; tr. Philip Schaff, 1819-1893, st. 2


When all have received, the congregation stands at the direction of the pastor.


The body and blood of our Lord Jesus Christ strengthen you and keep you in his grace.



Lord, now you let your servant go in peace;

your word has been fulfilled.

My own eyes have seen the salvation

which you have prepared in the sight of every people:

A light to reveal you to the nations

and the glory of your people Israel.

Glory to the Father, and to the Son,

and to the Holy Spirit;

as it was in the beginning, is now,

and will be forever. Amen                                       Song of Simeon (Luke 2:29-32)



Holy God,

we see your glory in the face of Jesus Christ.

May we, who have received the Sacrament of his Body and Blood,

reflect his divine life in word and deed,

that all may know his power to heal and save;     

through Jesus Christ our Lord.




FAREWELL to alleluia


Brothers and sisters in Christ, on Ash Wednesday we will begin our solemn Lenten journey to the Savior’s cross. The joy of faith remains undiminished throughout the year, but our rejoicing during Lent is tempered by our reflection upon our Lord’s suffering. Therefore, we omit our most jubilant songs during this season, including the song Alleluia, which means, ‘Praise the Lord.’ Now for a time we shall say farewell to Alleluia. May the observance of Lent edify your soul, and prepare you to sing Alleluia once again with renewed gladness at the Easter celebration.


We are an Easter people.              

  And Alleluia is our song.

Alleluia!  Alleluia!                            

  Alleluia!  Alleluia!


The author of Ecclesiastes writes: 
For everything there is a season,

and a time for every matter under heaven.


A time to be born and a time to die.
  A time to plant and a time to pluck up what is planted.


A time to break down and a time to build up.
  A time to weep and a time to laugh.


A time to mourn and a time to dance.
  A time to keep silence and a time to speak.


Alleluia! Alleluia!

  Alleluia! Alleluia!



Almighty God, Father, X Son, and Holy Spirit,

bless you now and forever.





Go in peace. Serve the Lord.          

Thanks be to God!


CLOSING MUSIC                                                        Alleluia! Song of Gladness





         Last Weekend’s Attendance:        10 + 17 = 27


Offering: 1/31/2021 & 2/7/2021

                Towards Budget:                                   $         3,790.00

Itemized Non Budget:

                        Food Bank:                 $        125.00     

              Water Mission:                 $         40.00

             Lenten Offering:                 $         15.00                                                        

                                                Total:                        $          3,970.00


The Altar Flowers are given to the Glory of God

by Pastor Maurice and Rebecka Frontz in honor of their one-year wedding anniversary next month.




Linda Armento, at home

Matthew Armento, at home

Mary Jo Bondi, at home

Linnese Dawe, at home

Ruth Duessel, at Concordia, Rebecca

The Rev. Carl Hendrickson, at home

Elsie Kemmler and Bill Roth at Concordia, South Hills

Scott Klammer, at Baldwin Health Center

David Noel, at Kane Rehab, Scott Township

Geneva Schrag, at Consulate Health Care, Canonsburg

William Wetzel at Concordia, Cabot




·         If you wish to attend worship, you will need to pre-register every week by either calling the office or sending an email.

·         Registration ends Saturday at 12 noon.

·         Masks are required to be worn while in the building.

·         Upon entering and leaving the church, you must sanitize your hands or wash them with soap and water.

·         You should not loiter for greeting or conversation in the narthex, but instead go directly to your place in the church. After worship, you should not loiter in the nave or the narthex, but immediately exit the building.

·         Everyone must sign in when entering the church. This way we can keep track of who was in the church and when.


WORSHIP SERVICES are held every Saturday evening at 6:30 PM and Sunday morning at 10:30 AM. Pastor Frontz also livestreams Compline (Prayer at the Close of the Day) on Sunday at 9:30 p.m. and Vespers (Evening Prayer) on Wednesday at 7 p.m. These can be accessed on the church’s Facebook page (


ASH WEDNESDAY SERVICES will be held on Wednesday, February 17 at 12:30 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. Everyone is encouraged to worship as we begin our Lenten journey. (The 7:30 p.m. service will also be livestreamed.) As with our regular weekend worship services, pre-registration for both Ash Wednesday services is a requirement. The maximum number of people that may attend either service is 25.  If you would like to attend one of the Ash Wednesday services, please either email the church office at or call the office at (412) 279-5868. Be sure to include your name, the number of people that wish to attend, which service you want to attend and a contact phone number or email address where you can be reached if necessary. Registrations for Ash Wednesday must be made by tomorrow morning at 10 a.m. so that we can properly plan.  Thank you.


THERE WILL BE NO ONLINE BIBLE STUDY this coming week. It will resume on Wednesday, February 24.


KINDLY REMEMBER TO PAY FOR THE FLOWERS you ordered for the weekend Altar and for the special occasions.  Altar flowers are $20/vase. Checks can be made out to St. Stephen Lutheran Church with a notation “flowers” and placed in the offering plate.


ALTAR FLOWERS FOR 2021: Please see the sign-up sheet available in the Narthex for altar flowers. If you are unable to sign up in person, you may call or email the office to make a request for a date(s). We will assign date(s) in the order in which the requests are received. The process will repeat until the slots are filled. We appreciate your cooperation and understanding. The cost per arrangement is $20.



OFFERING ENVELOPES FOR 2021 are now available in the Narthex.

Please consider picking up the envelopes of any family members who are unable to attend worship. As a reminder, if you cannot pick up your envelopes at the church, we ask that you simply write your envelope number on your weekly check so that it can be credited to your contribution statement. Many of you are doing it this way anyhow. We are so thankful for your faithfulness in supporting the mission of the church. Please contact Pr. Frontz or Carrie with any questions.


THE 2020 CONTRIBUTION STATEMENTS have been mailed to your home.  If you have any questions regarding your 2020 contribution statement, please contact Marci Shekerko at 412-400-8840 or Thank you.


DAILY DEVOTIONS, including THE WORD IN SEASON, PORTALS OF PRAYER AND CHRIST IN OUR HOME (January, February, and March 2021) are available on the table in the Narthex. Take one or more to share with family and friends. If you are able, a donation would be welcomed to help defray the cost to the congregation for these resources. Thank you!


2021 ‘DAILY TEXTS’ are available in the Narthex. A donation of

$10 per book would be appreciated to help cover the cost of the books. Thank you.


ST STEPHEN COUNSELING CENTER: A site of Pittsburgh Pastoral Institute/PPI). For marriage, family, teen and individual counseling – for first appointment call PPI at 412-661-1239. St. Stephen Center is

412-279-5452. Counseling opens doors to hope. Counselor: Caroline Graham-McGuire.



Sun/Feb 14 	WORSHIP 10:30 AM
		Prayer at the Close of the Day (livestream) 9:30 PM
Wed/ Feb 17	Ash Wednesday Worship, 12:30 PM & 7:30 PM
Sat/Feb 20	NA Meeting 11:00 AM
Sun/Feb 21 	WORSHIP 10:30 AM
		Prayer at the Close of the Day (livestream) 9:30 PM





From Sundays and Copyright 2021 Augsburg Fortress. All rights reserved.

Reprinted by permission under Augsburg Fortress Liturgies Annual License #20540.

New Revised Standard Version Bible, copyright 1989, Division of Christian Education of the National Council of the Churches of Christ in the United States of America. Used by permission. All rights reserved.

Common Worship: Times and Seasons, material from which is included in this

service, is copyright © The Archbishops’ Council of the Church of England, 2006.

Proper Preface from We Give You Thanks and Praise: The Ambrosian Eucharistic Prefaces, tr. Alan Griffiths, Sheed and Ward, 2000.

Transfigured, from Art in the Christian Tradition, a project of the Vanderbilt Divinity Library, Nashville, TN. [retrieved February 10, 2021]. Original source: - Fr Lawrence Lew, O.P.

Agnus Day appears with the permission of


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