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Pope Benedict XVI leads Ash Wednesday mass (15 images)

Updated: Feb. 14, 2013 at 2:06 PM
Pope Benedict XVI leads the mass for Ash Wednesday, opening Lent, the forty-day period of abstinence and deprivation for the Christians, before the Holy Week and Easter, on February 13, 2013 in the Vatican. UPI/Stefano Spaziani
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Pope Benedict XVI leads the mass for Ash Wednesday, opening Lent, the forty-day period of abstinence and deprivation for the Christians, before the Holy Week and Easter, on February 13, 2013 in the Vatican. UPI/Stefano Spaziani
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Pope Benedict XVI leads the mass for Ash Wednesday, opening Lent, the forty-day period of abstinence and deprivation for the Christians, before the Holy Week and Easter, on February 13, 2013 in the Vatican. UPI/Stefano Spaziani
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Pope Benedict XVI leads the mass for Ash Wednesday, opening Lent, the forty-day period of abstinence and deprivation for the Christians, before the Holy Week and Easter, on February 13, 2013 in the Vatican. UPI/Stefano Spaziani
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Pope Benedict XVI leads the mass for Ash Wednesday, opening Lent, the forty-day period of abstinence and deprivation for the Christians, before the Holy Week and Easter, on February 13, 2013 in the Vatican. UPI/Stefano Spaziani
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Pope Benedict XVI leads the mass for Ash Wednesday, opening Lent, in the Vatican
Pope Benedict XVI leads the mass for Ash Wednesday, opening Lent, the forty-day period of abstinence and deprivation for the Christians, before the Holy Week and Easter, on February 13, 2013 in the Vatican. UPI/Stefano Spaziani
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Pope Benedict XVI leads the mass for Ash Wednesday, opening Lent, in the Vatican
Pope Benedict XVI leads the mass for Ash Wednesday, opening Lent, the forty-day period of abstinence and deprivation for the Christians, before the Holy Week and Easter, on February 13, 2013 in the Vatican. UPI/Stefano Spaziani
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