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Snapshots of Pope Benedict - Gift Exchange with Queen Elizabeth

February 15, 2013
Today's snapshot comes from Pope Benedict's Apostolic trip to England. Here, Britain's Queen Elizabeth and Pope Benedict XVI exchange gifts in the Morning Drawing Room at the Royal Palace of Holyroodhouse in Edinburgh, Scotland, Sept. 16, 2010. Pictured at left is Prince Philip. The pope was beginning his four-day state visit to Great Britain.
CNS photo/David Cheskin, Reuters

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