Photos of the Week: Nov. 29, 2021

People in Brunswick, Ga., react outside the Glynn County Courthouse Nov. 24, 2021, after the jury reached a guilty verdict in the trial of William “Roddie” Bryan Jr., Travis McMichael and Gregory McMichael, convicted of the February 2020 murder of 25-year-old Ahmaud Arbery. (CNS photo/Marco Bello, Reuters)
A woman carries a branch trimmed from the Christmas tree during its positioning in St. Peter’s Square at the Vatican Nov. 23, 2021. The tree is about 90 feet tall and comes from a sustainably managed forest in the Dolomite mountains of Italy’s Trentino-South Tyrol region. (CNS photo/Paul Haring)
The casket of Sir David Amess, a member of the governing Conservative Party, is carried into London’s Westminster Cathedral during his funeral Mass Nov. 23, 2021. Amess, one of the most prominent Catholic politicians in the U.K. Parliament, was stabbed repeatedly by a man who sprinted into his offices Oct. 15. (CNS photo/Stefan Rousseau, pool via Reuters / NA)
Community members mourn during a candlelight vigil in Cutler Park in Waukesha, Wis., Nov. 22, 2021, the day after a car plowed through a Christmas parade in the city. Pope Francis sent his condolences to the victims and families of the attack (CNS photo/Cheney Orr, Reuters)
People pass by a closed Christmas market in Salzburg, Austria, Nov. 22, 2021. Some of the world’s most iconic Christmas markets in Germany and Austria were forced to close shortly after or just before they opened, as COVID-19 infections continue to surge across Europe. Salzburg is one of Austria’s COVID-19 hotspots. (CNS photo/Lukas Barth, Reuters)
Pope Francis and Cardinal Gualtiero Bassetti of Perugia-Citta della Pieve, president of the Italian bishops’ conference, attend the extraordinary general assembly of the Italian bishops on “the synodal journey of the church in Italy,” in Rome Nov. 22, 2021. Pope Francis invited Italy’s bishops to live the “beatitudes of a bishop,” an adaptation of the traditional Eight Beatitudes to provide guiding principles for being a “good shepherd” of a diocese. Blessed is the bishop who walks a path of poverty and sharing, of accompanying those who suffer, of humility that finds joy in hard effort, of justice, of mercy, of peace and tenderness, according to the new set of beatitudes, written in Italian. (CNS photo/Vatican Media)
An image of sainthood candidate Mother Mary Lange, founder of the Oblate Sisters of Providence, the first Catholic order of African American nuns, is seen during a Mass marking Black Catholic History Month Nov. 21, 2021, at Our Lady of Victory Church in the Bedford-Stuyvesant section of Brooklyn, N.Y. The liturgy was co-sponsored by the Diocese of Brooklyn and the Archdiocese of New York. Mother Lange is one of six African Americans who are candidates for sainthood. (CNS photo/Gregory A. Shemitz)
A man kneels in prayer below a portrait of Blessed Jan Franciszek Macha and some of his relics inside Christ the King Cathedral in Katowice, Poland, Nov. 20, 2021. The 28-year-old Polish priest was beatified that day inside the cathedral, 79 years after he was guillotined by the country’s Nazi occupiers for links with the underground resistance. (CNS photo/Katarzyna Artymiak)

Author: Catholic News Service

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