November 2012
Our Sunday Visitor;11/4/2012, Vol. 101 Issue 27, p3
Two photographs are presented including the damage caused by an explosion in Beirut, Lebanon and a procession of a replica of Peru's religious icon, the Lord of Miracles.


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