Photos of the Week: July 12, 2021

Pope Francis talks with young patients who joined him on the balcony to lead the Angelus at Gemelli hospital in Rome July 11, 2021, as he recovers following scheduled colon surgery. (CNS photo/Vatican Media via Reuters)
Pope Francis gives a rosary to a patient at Gemelli hospital in Rome July 11, 2021, as he recovers following scheduled colon surgery. Earlier the pope led the Angelus from a balcony at the hospital. (CNS photo/Vatican Media via Reuters)
A woman in Hoboken, N.J., makes her way on a flooded street July 9, 2021, as Tropical Storm Elsa passed through the area. (CNS photo/Eduardo Munoz, Reuters)
South Sudanese celebrate the 10th anniversary of the country’s independence in Juba July 9, 2021. Pope Francis, Anglican Archbishop Justin Welby of Canterbury and the Rev. Jim Wallace, moderator of the Church of Scotland, marked the anniversary and again promised to visit the country when it is at peace. (CNS photo/Samir Bol, Reuters)
Zaila Avant-garde, 14, from New Orleans, wins the 2021 Scripps National Spelling Bee Finals at the ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex at Walt Disney World Resort in Lake Buena Vista, Fla., July 8, 2021. She is the first African American to win the top spot in the 93-year history of the contest. The winning word was “murraya,” a type of tree. (CNS photo/Joe Skipper, Reuters)
A member of the Israeli search and rescue team salutes in front of the rubble that once was Champlain Towers South during a prayer ceremony and a moment of silence in Surfside, Fla., July 7, 2021. (CNS photo/Jose A Iglesias, Pool via Reuters)
A statue of Our Lady of Mount Carmel processes through the streets of Brooklyn, N.Y., during the Our Lady of Mount Carmel – St. Paulinus of Nola street festival July 7, 2021. Following a shutdown of almost a year and a half due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the streets of New York City have been reopened to religious festivals. (CNS photo/Ed Wilkinson, The Tablet)
Britain’s Prince Charles talks with a group of Bridgettines nuns during a visit to the healing waters at St. Winefride’s Well in Holywell, Wales, July 5, 2021. The prince was invited to touch the well’s water, which has been said to hold healing properties since the medieval era. It is a popular Catholic pilgrimage site in Wales. (CNS photo/Arthur Edwards, Reuters)

Author: Catholic News Service

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