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Photo of the Day: Celebrating the Saints

July 1, 2013
Woman walks past religious icons hanging on a wall during celebrations for the feast of  St. George in Rio de Janeiro
A woman walks past religious icons hanging on a wall during celebrations for the feast of St. George the martyr in Rio de Janeiro. St. George is one of the most popular saints in Brazil, where many believe he protects against evil.
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CNS photo & description/Pilar Olivares, Reuters

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