Members of Franciscan fraternity, O Caminho, receive their habits upon reaching the level of "aspirant",...
Members of Franciscan fraternity, O Caminho, (L-R) Renata Florencio, Palloma Barradas, and Juliana Santos, receive their habits upon reaching the level of "aspirant", during a mass at at the group's house in the Campo Grande neighbourhood of Rio de Janeiro, April 8, 2013. O Caminho (The Way) are a group of Franciscan monks and nuns who help the homeless on the streets of Rio de Janeiro. They consider the election of Pope Francis, the first pontiff to take the name of St Francis of Assisi, to be a confirmation of their beliefs in poverty and simplicity. In July, Pope Francis will visit Rio de Janeiro in his first international trip since assuming the papacy. Picture taken April 8, 2013. REUTERS/Ricardo Moraes (BRAZIL - Tags: SOCIETY POVERTY RELIGION)
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