Photos of the Week: March 6, 2023

Los Angeles Archbishop José H. Gomez places the Book of Gospels on the casket of Los Angeles Auxiliary Bishop David G. O’Connell during his funeral Mass at the Cathedral of Our Lady of the Angels March 3, 2023. Bishop O’Connell was fatally shot at his home in Hacienda Heights Feb. 18. (OSV News photo/Sarah Yaklic, courtesy Archdiocese of Los Angeles)
Rescuers operate on the site of a train crash near the city of Larissa, Greece, March 2, 2023. Rescuers searched for survivors in the mangled, burned-out wreckage of two trains that slammed into each other March 1 in northern Greece, killing more than 40 people in the country’s worst rail crash. (OSV News photo/Alexandros Avramidis, Reuters)
Ice covers communication towers as massive amounts of snow trap residents of mountain towns in San Bernardino County, Crestline, Calif., March 2, 2023. Some California residents remain trapped inside their homes after a winter storm dumped several feet of snow, prompting Gov. Gavin Newsom to issue a state of emergency in 13 counties, including hard-hit San Bernardino County. (OSV News photo/David Swanson, Reuters)
Archbishop Angelo Raffaele Panzetta of Crotone-Santa Severina, Italy, center, and a Muslim man join Italian officials and the public March 1, 2023, in praying for victims who died in a Feb. 26 shipwreck of a migrant boat off the Italian coast. People paid their respects to the deceased at a lying-in-state at the local sports hall in Crotone where their caskets were lined up. At least 70 people, including 14 minors, died when the crowded wooden boat smashed into rocky reefs and broke apart, and many of the dead were Afghan citizens, AP reported. (OSV News photo/Remo Casilli, Reuters)
A piece of the boat and child’s clothing are seen on the beach from a shipwreck in Steccato di Cutro, Italy, Feb. 27, 2023. A wooden boat crowded with migrants smashed into rocky reefs and broke apart before dawn Feb. 26 off the Italian coast, authorities said. Rescuers recovered nearly 70 people, including 14 minors, and dozens more people were missing in the rough waters. Many of the victims were Afghan residents, AP reported. (OSV News photo/Remo Casilli, Reuters)

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