Photos of the Week: April 19, 2021

People embrace after learning their loved one was safe after a mass casualty shooting at the FedEx facility in Indianapolis April 16, 2021. Eight people died in the attack and several others were injured in the mass shooting. Afterward the gunman took his own life, according to police. (CNS photo/Mykal McEldowney, IndyStar via Reuters)
Pallbearers carry the coffin of Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh, into St. George’s Chapel for his funeral service in Windsor, England, April 17, 2021. Prince Philip, the longest-serving consort of any British monarch, died April 9 at age 99. (CNS photo/Danny Lawson, pool via Reuters)
A golden cross is seen atop the Catholic basilica in Esztergom, Hungary, April 14, 2021. The cross on top of Hungary’s largest church has been hiding a 176-year-old time capsule that was only recovered during renovation work this year. (CNS photo/Bernadett Szabo, Reuters)
People in need receive food aid in Sao Paulo April 14, 2021, during the COVID-19 pandemic. Hunger hit 19 million Brazilians during the pandemic in 2020. (CNS photo/Carla Carniel, Reuters)
The Olympic rings are illuminated near the Rainbow Bridge in Tokyo April 14, 2021. The colors on the bridge marked the 100 day countdown to the Tokyo 2020 Olympics that had been postponed to 2021 due to the COVID-19 pandemic. (CNS photo/Issei Kato, Reuters)
Family members, friends and other members of the community gather at a memorial put up at the site in Brooklyn Center, Minn., April 12, 2021, where Daunte Wright was shot by a Brooklyn Center police officer and died April 11 during a traffic stop. (CNS photo/Dave Hrbacek, The Catholic Spirit)
Members of the Border Network for Human Rights and the Reform Immigration Alliance for Texas hold a march in El Paso, Texas, April 10, 2021, to launch the new “We Are The 11 Million” campaign demanding immigration reform and a pathway to citizenship for all immigrants living in the U.S. without documents. (CNS photo/Jose Luis Gonzalez, Reuters)
Prayer messages hang on a memorial wall to those who have died of COVID-19; the wall is seen outside the Basilica of Our Lady of Guadalupe in Mexico City April 10, 2021. (CNS photo/Luis Cortes, Reuters)
Gabriel and Augustine Hood stand before the casket of their little brother Fulton Joseph Hood before his funeral at St. Jude Church in Peoria, Ill., April 10, 2021. People around the world had been praying for a miracle for Fulton, who was diagnosed in utero with Potter’s syndrome and had only a 5% chance of surviving after birth. An ultrasound March 31, his due date, showed his heart had stopped beating. Labor was induced April 1 and he was delivered April 2. (CNS photo/courtesy Royce Hood)

Author: Catholic News Service

Catholic News Service is the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops’ news and information service.

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