Photos of the Week: March 22, 2021

People take part procession carrying a statue of Our Lady of Fatima through the city center on St. Patrick’s Day in Dublin March 17, 2021, during the COVID-19 pandemic. (CNS photo/Clodagh Kilcoyne, Reuters)
People in Philadelphia attend a vigil in solidarity with the Asian American community March 17, 2021. Robert Aaron Long of Woodstock, Ga., was charged that same day with killing eight people at three Atlanta-area spas March 16. Six of the eight were women of Asian descent, but Long told police racial bias was not his motive. (CNS photo/Rachel Wisniewski, Reuters)
People mourn at the casket of Khant Nyar Hein, a 17-year-old medical student who was shot and killed during the security force crackdown on anti-coup protesters, during his funeral in Yangon, Myanmar, March 16, 2021. Pope Francis on March 17 appealed for an end to violence and the start of dialogue in Myanmar, where security forces have killed at least 138 people. (CNS photo/Reuters)
Nuns walk through a nearly empty St. Mark’s Square in Venice, Italy, March 15, 2021, during the COVID-19 pandemic. The Italian government has put into place tighter lockdown restrictions amid a rising number of infections fueled by virus variants. (CNS photo/Manuel Silvestri, Reuters)
Mohammed Abu Rdan sits with his family inside a tent at a camp for internally displaced people, in Aleppo, Syria, March 11, 2021. As Syria marks 10 years of devastating conflict, the country is in economic and social shambles with millions of people displaced and millions more living below the poverty line. (CNS photo/Mahmoud Hassano, Reuters)

Author: Catholic News Service

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