A Walk with the Lord: The Women Look On
March 23, 2016
WOMAN REACTS DURING STATIONS OF THE CROSS PROCESSION IN HAVANA
A woman reacts as a Stations of the Cross procession in Havana passes by her window March 3, 2012 during preparations for Pope Benedict XVI's visit to Cuba. (CNS photo/stringer via Reuters)
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