Photos of the week Sept 22, 2023

Photos featured this week include a Eucharistic procession in Charlotte, North Carolina, a Biker Remembrance Mass in Ireland and migrants waiting to surrender to border authorities near Eagle Pass, Texas.

People sings and dance during a Eucharistic procession in Charlotte, N.C., Sept. 9, 2023. The procession covered nearly a mile and included dozens of clergy, men and women religious, and people of all ages and backgrounds, some walking in silence while others strolled behind parish banners, singing, dancing, playing music and praying the rosary. (OSV News photo/Patrick Schneider, Catholic News Herald)


Pope Francis greets South Korean pilgrims at an audience commemorating the anniversary of the martyrdom of St. Andrew Kim Taegon at the Vatican Sept. 16, 2023. (CNS photo/Vatican Media)


Ethan Ellis from Wicklow, Ireland, made the journey to attend the Biker Remembrance Mass at Mount Melleray Abbey in Waterford Sept. 16, 2023. (OSV News photo/Cillian Kelly)


Indigenous people gesture as activists mark the start of Climate Week in New York City Sept. 17, 2023, during a demonstration calling for the U.S. government to take action toward ending fossil fuel use in order to reduce the impact of global climate change. (OSV News Photo/Eduardo Munoz, Reuters)


Pope Francis speaks with former U.S. President Bill Clinton in a video call during a meeting of the Clinton Global Initiative in New York, Sept. 18, 2023. (CNS screengrab/Courtesy Clinton Global Initiative)


Storm clouds approach as Daviana, a 19-year-old migrant from Venezuela, plays with 2-year-old compatriot Adriel near the banks of the Rio Grande Sept. 15, 2023. The two were waiting to surrender to border authorities with hundreds of others after entering the United States from Mexico at Eagle Pass, Texas. (OSV News photo/Adrees Latif, Reuters)


Some of the more than 6,000 people participating in the March for Life in Germany are seen Sept. 16, 2023. For the first time, the annual event was held simultaneously two cities, Berlin and Cologne. The National Association for the Right to Live (Bundesverband Lebensrecht) organized both marches and said almost 4,000 people took to the streets in Berlin and about 2,800 in Cologne. OSV News photo/courtesy Bundesverband Lebensrecht Germany)


Archbishop José H. Gomez of Los Angeles processes during the annual Mass in Recognition of All Immigrants Sept. 17, 2023, at the Cathedral of Our Lady of the Angels. (OSV News photo/John Rueda, courtesy Archdiocese of Los Angeles)

Author: OSV News

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