Photos of the Week: Nov. 14, 2022

Pope Francis joins some 1,300 guests for lunch in the Vatican audience hall on the World Day of the Poor Nov. 13, 2022. (CNS photo/Remo Casilli, Reuters)
Crosses mark the graves of unknown pro-Russian soldiers at a cemetery in Luhansk, Russian-controlled Ukraine, Nov. 11, 2022. A slogan on the plaque reads: “Your name is unknown, your feat is immortal.” (CNS photo/Alexander Ermochenko, Reuters)
Waves crash into a Volusia County building after Hurricane Nicole made landfall on Florida’s east coast in Daytona Beach Shores Nov. 10, 2022. (CNS photo/Marco Bello, Reuters)
Canadian artist Timothy Schmalz is pictured May 30, 2021, working on his new sculpture, Sheltering, which features a dove laying a blanket over a homeless person. The statue, which features a dove laying a blanket over a homeless person, will be used in conjunction with a Vincentian project to build homes for some 10,000 people in 160 countries. (CNS photo/courtesy Vincentian family)
Pope Francis pats the head of a girl after she and another child ran up on to the stage during his weekly general audience in St. Peter’s Square Nov. 9, 2022. (CNS photo/Vatican Media)
Ukrainian Archbishop Sviatoslav Shevchuk of Kyiv-Halych visits Nov. 9, 2022, with retired Pope Benedict XVI in the retired pope’s residence, the Mater Ecclesia monastery in the Vatican Gardens. (CNS photo/courtesy Archbishop’s Secretariat in Rome)
This is a fragment of a Russian mine that destroyed the facade of a Ukrainian Catholic church building in Irpin, Ukraine, in March and was given to Pope Francis Nov. 7, 2022, by Ukrainian Archbishop Sviatoslav Shevchuk of Kyiv-Halych. (CNS photo/Courtesy of the archbishop’s office)
A serviceman from the Russian-controlled Donetsk region of Ukraine sits with his mother in Amvrosiivka, Ukraine, Nov. 6, 2022, following his release in a recent prisoner exchange. Aleksandr Avdeyev, Russian ambassador to the Holy See, confirmed that Pope Francis helped facilitate recent prisoner exchanges with Ukraine and said the Vatican is ready to act as a mediator between Ukraine and Russia. (CNS photo/Alexander Ermochenko, Reuters)
Nuns watch from windows as people demonstrate for peace and against Russia’s invasion of Ukraine during a protest in Rome Nov. 5, 2022. (CNS photo/Remo Casilli, Reuters)

Author: Catholic News Service

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