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HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/AUSTRALIA-CHURCH
RTX7JAFJ
May 17, 2020
Father Geoffrey Plant looks over the Sunday Mass readings in the sacristy of St Michael's Catholic Church...
Sydney, Australia
Sydney church resumes holding Sunday church services after the government began lifting coronavirus restrictions...
Father Geoffrey Plant looks over the Sunday Mass readings in the sacristy of St Michael's Catholic Church after the government began lifting coronavirus restrictions, with only ten parishioners allowed to attend, in the Sydney suburb of Lane Cove, Austrialia May 17, 2020. REUTERS/Stefica Bikes
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/AUSTRALIA-CHURCH
RTX7JAF9
May 17, 2020
Father Geoffrey Plant looks over the Sunday Mass readings in the sacristy of St Michael's Catholic Church,...
Sydney, Australia
Sydney church resumes holding Sunday church services after the government began lifting coronavirus restrictions...
Father Geoffrey Plant looks over the Sunday Mass readings in the sacristy of St Michael's Catholic Church, after the government began lifting coronavirus restrictions, with only ten parishioners allowed to attend, in the Sydney suburb of Lane Cove, Austrialia May 17, 2020. REUTERS/Stefica Bikes
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/ITALY-PALMSUNDAY
RTS385B8
April 05, 2020
A man enters a sacristy in the Church of the Sacred Heart of Jesus, during the coronavirus disease (COVID-19)...
Turin, Italy
Palm Sunday during coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak in Turin
A man enters a sacristy in the Church of the Sacred Heart of Jesus, during the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak, in Turin, Italy April 5, 2020. REUTERS/Massimo Pinca
POPE-CHILE/
RTX4CTWU
January 16, 2018
Pope Francis addresses the audience during a meeting with bishops in the sacristy of the Cathedral of...
Santiago, Chile
Pope Francis addresses the audience during a meeting with bishops in the sacristy of the Cathedral of...
Pope Francis addresses the audience during a meeting with bishops in the sacristy of the Cathedral of Santiago, in Santiago, Chile 16 January 2018. REUTERS/Luca Zennaro/Pool
POPE-CHILE/
RTX4CTWQ
January 16, 2018
Pope Francis meets with bishops in the sacristy of the Cathedral of Santiago, in Santiago, Chile 16 January...
Santiago, Chile
Pope Francis meets with bishops in the sacristy of the Cathedral of Santiago, in Santiago
Pope Francis meets with bishops in the sacristy of the Cathedral of Santiago, in Santiago, Chile 16 January 2018. REUTERS/Luca Zennaro/Pool
POPE-CHILE/
RTX4CTWM
January 16, 2018
Pope Francis (R) meets with bishops in the sacristy of the Cathedral of Santiago, in Santiago, Chile...
Santiago, Chile
Pope Francis meets with bishops in the sacristy of the Cathedral of Santiago, in Santiago
Pope Francis (R) meets with bishops in the sacristy of the Cathedral of Santiago, in Santiago, Chile 16 January 2018. REUTERS/Luca Zennaro/Pool
POPE-CHILE/
RTX4CTWI
January 16, 2018
Pope Francis (R) meets with bishops in the sacristy of the Cathedral of Santiago, in Santiago, Chile...
Santiago, Chile
Pope Francis meets with bishops in the sacristy of the Cathedral of Santiago, in Santiago
Pope Francis (R) meets with bishops in the sacristy of the Cathedral of Santiago, in Santiago, Chile 16 January 2018. REUTERS/Luca Zennaro/Pool
POPE-CHILE/
RTX4CTWB
January 16, 2018
Pope Francis meets with bishops in the sacristy of the Cathedral of Santiago, in Santiago, Chile 16 January...
Santiago, Chile
Pope Francis meets with bishops in the sacristy of the Cathedral of Santiago, in Santiago
Pope Francis meets with bishops in the sacristy of the Cathedral of Santiago, in Santiago, Chile 16 January 2018. REUTERS/Luca Zennaro/Pool
POPE-CHILE/
RTX4CTW7
January 16, 2018
Pope Francis meets with bishops in the sacristy of the Cathedral of Santiago, in Santiago, Chile 16 January...
Santiago, Chile
Pope Francis meets with bishops in the sacristy of the Cathedral of Santiago, in Santiago
Pope Francis meets with bishops in the sacristy of the Cathedral of Santiago, in Santiago, Chile 16 January 2018. REUTERS/Luca Zennaro/Pool
POPE-CHILE/
RTX4CTW1
January 16, 2018
Pope Francis addresses the audience during a meeting with bishops in the sacristy of the Cathedral of...
Santiago, Chile
Pope Francis addresses the audience during a meeting with bishops in the sacristy of the Cathedral of...
Pope Francis addresses the audience during a meeting with bishops in the sacristy of the Cathedral of Santiago, in Santiago, Chile 16 January 2018. REUTERS/Luca Zennaro/Pool
POPE-CHILE/
RTX4CTVX
January 16, 2018
Pope Francis addresses the audience during a meeting with bishops in the sacristy of the Cathedral of...
Santiago, Chile
Pope Francis addresses the audience during a meeting with bishops in the sacristy of the Cathedral of...
Pope Francis addresses the audience during a meeting with bishops in the sacristy of the Cathedral of Santiago, in Santiago, Chile 16 January 2018. REUTERS/Luca Zennaro/Pool
POPE-CHILE/
RTX4CTVS
January 16, 2018
Pope Francis (L) meets with bishops in the sacristy of the Cathedral of Santiago, in Santiago, Chile...
Santiago, Chile
Pope Francis meets with bishops in the sacristy of the Cathedral of Santiago, in Santiago
Pope Francis (L) meets with bishops in the sacristy of the Cathedral of Santiago, in Santiago, Chile 16 January 2018. REUTERS/Luca Zennaro/Pool
POPE-CHILE/
RTX4CTVO
January 16, 2018
Pope Francis meets with bishops in the sacristy of the Cathedral of Santiago, in Santiago, Chile 16 January...
Santiago, Chile
Pope Francis meets with bishops in the sacristy of the Cathedral of Santiago, in Santiago
Pope Francis meets with bishops in the sacristy of the Cathedral of Santiago, in Santiago, Chile 16 January 2018. REUTERS/Luca Zennaro/Pool
POPE-CHILE/
RTX4CTOH
January 16, 2018
Pope Francis (C) meets with bishops in the sacristy of the Cathedral of Santiago, in Santiago, Chile...
Santiago, Chile
Pope Francis meets with bishops in the sacristy of the Cathedral of Santiago, in Santiago
Pope Francis (C) meets with bishops in the sacristy of the Cathedral of Santiago, in Santiago, Chile 16 January 2018. REUTERS/Luca Zennaro/Pool
SPAIN-EXHUMATIONS/
RTX2DVAM
May 11, 2016
A cross hangs over an insignia reading "Those Fallen for God and for Spain" inside the sacristy of the...
SAN LORENZO DEL ESCORIAL, Spain
A cross hangs over an insignia reading "Those Fallen for God and for Spain" inside the sacristy of the...
A cross hangs over an insignia reading "Those Fallen for God and for Spain" inside the sacristy of the basilica of the Valle de los Caidos (Valley of the Fallen) which serves as a tomb for former dictator Francisco Franco and where over 30,000 fighters from both sides of Spain's civil war are buried, outside Madrid, Spain, May 11, 2016. REUTERS/Paul Hanna
IRELAND-BOXING PRIEST/
RTR4TENM
March 15, 2015
Fr Pierre Pepper puts on his vestments in the Sacristy of St Rynagh's Roman Catholic Church in the village...
BANAGHER, United Kingdom
Fr Pierre Pepper puts on his vestments in the Sacristy of St Rynagh's Roman Catholic Church in the village...
Fr Pierre Pepper puts on his vestments in the Sacristy of St Rynagh's Roman Catholic Church in the village of Banagher County Offaly March 2 , 2015. Fr Pepper has spent the last two months training for an amateur boxing match to raise proceeds for charity. REUTERS/Cathal McNaughton (IRELAND - Tags: SPORT BOXING SOCIETY RELIGION)
BOLIVIA/
RTR3MYN3
April 28, 2014
A statue and portrait of Pope John Paul II are pictured at the sacristy of the Remedios church in La...
La Paz, Bolivia
A statue and portrait of Pope John Paul II are pictured at the sacristy of the Remedios church in La...
A statue and portrait of Pope John Paul II are pictured at the sacristy of the Remedios church in La Paz, April 28, 2014. Pope John Paul II, who reigned for nearly 27 years before his death in 2005 and whose trips around the world made him the most visible pope in history, was declared a saint by Pope Francis on Sunday. REUTERS/David Mercado (BOLIVIA - Tags: RELIGION)
BOLIVIA/
RTR3MYMY
April 28, 2014
A statue and portrait of Pope John Paul II are pictured at the sacristy of the Remedios church in La...
La Paz, Bolivia
A statue and portrait of Pope John Paul II are pictured at the sacristy of the Remedios church in La...
A statue and portrait of Pope John Paul II are pictured at the sacristy of the Remedios church in La Paz, April 28, 2014. Pope John Paul II, who reigned for nearly 27 years before his death in 2005 and whose trips around the world made him the most visible pope in history, was declared a saint by Pope Francis on Sunday. REUTERS/David Mercado (BOLIVIA - Tags: RELIGION)
ART-ELGRECO/
RTX1918H
February 18, 2014
Journalists, clergy members look at Spanish Renaissance painter El Greco's "El Expolio", or "The Disrobing...
Toledo, Spain
Journalists, clergy members look at Spanish Renaissance painter El Greco's "El Expolio" at Cathedral...
Journalists, clergy members look at Spanish Renaissance painter El Greco's "El Expolio", or "The Disrobing of Christ", painting during a ceremony marking its return following restoration to the sacristy of the Cathedral of Toledo January 22, 2014. For centuries El Greco was a non-entity. No one studied his startling, unconventional work hanging high in a gothic cathedral, obscure convents and Spanish museums. It wasn't until the 19th century that modern painters rediscovered the artist - who was born Domenicos Theotocopoulos on Crete and lived and painted in Toledo, Spain from 1577 until his death in 1614 - and found inspiration in his bold colours and brush strokes. Now the city of Toledo in central Spain is marking the 400th anniversary of the death of its most famous son with a series of exhibitions, conferences and concerts in the walled, medieval city as well as in Madrid. Picture taken January 22, 2014 REUTERS/Paul Hanna (SPAIN - Tags: SOCIETY ANNIVERSARY RELIGION)
ART-ELGRECO/
RTX1918B
February 18, 2014
A man takes a picture underneath El Greco's "El Expolio", or "The Disrobing of Christ", painting during...
Toledo, Spain
A man takes a picture underneath El Greco's newly restored El Expolio painting at Cathedral of Toledo...
A man takes a picture underneath El Greco's "El Expolio", or "The Disrobing of Christ", painting during a ceremony marking its return following restoration to the sacristy of the Cathedral of Toledo January 22, 2014. For centuries El Greco was a non-entity. No one studied his startling, unconventional work hanging high in a gothic cathedral, obscure convents and Spanish museums. It wasn't until the 19th century that modern painters rediscovered the artist - who was born Domenicos Theotocopoulos on Crete and lived and painted in Toledo, Spain from 1577 until his death in 1614 - and found inspiration in his bold colours and brush strokes. Now the city of Toledo in central Spain is marking the 400th anniversary of the death of its most famous son with a series of exhibitions, conferences and concerts in the walled, medieval city as well as in Madrid. Picture taken January 22, 2014 REUTERS/Paul Hanna (SPAIN - Tags: SOCIETY ANNIVERSARY)
ART-ELGRECO/
RTX19189
February 18, 2014
A woman takes a picture of El Greco's "El Expolio", or "The Disrobing of Christ", painting during a ceremony...
Toledo, Spain
A woman takes a picture of El Greco's newly restored El Expolio painting to the sacristy of the Cathedral...
A woman takes a picture of El Greco's "El Expolio", or "The Disrobing of Christ", painting during a ceremony marking its return following restoration to the sacristy of the Cathedral of Toledo, January 22, 2014. For centuries El Greco was a non-entity. No one studied his startling, unconventional work hanging high in a gothic cathedral, obscure convents and Spanish museums. It wasn't until the 19th century that modern painters rediscovered the artist - who was born Domenicos Theotocopoulos on Crete and lived and painted in Toledo, Spain from 1577 until his death in 1614 - and found inspiration in his bold colours and brush strokes. Now the city of Toledo in central Spain is marking the 400th anniversary of the death of its most famous son with a series of exhibitions, conferences and concerts in the walled, medieval city as well as in Madrid. Picture taken January 22, 2014. REUTERS/Paul Hanna (SPAIN - Tags: SOCIETY ANNIVERSARY)
ART-ELGRECO/
RTX19187
February 18, 2014
The three-metre high painting "El Expolio", or "The Disrobing of Christ", by Spanish Renaissance painter...
Toledo, Spain
El Greco's El Expolio painting is seen in the sacristy of the Cathedral of Toledo following its restoration...
The three-metre high painting "El Expolio", or "The Disrobing of Christ", by Spanish Renaissance painter El Greco, is seen in the sacristy of the Cathedral of Toledo during a ceremony marking its return following restoration January 22, 2014. The painting left the cathedral last year to be restored in Madrid's national museum, the Prado. For centuries El Greco was a non-entity. No one studied his startling, unconventional work hanging high in a gothic cathedral, obscure convents and Spanish museums. It wasn't until the 19th century that modern painters rediscovered the artist - who was born Domenicos Theotocopoulos on Crete and lived and painted in Toledo, Spain from 1577 until his death in 1614 - and found inspiration in his bold colours and brush strokes. Now the city of Toledo in central Spain is marking the 400th anniversary of the death of its most famous son with a series of exhibitions, conferences and concerts in the walled, medieval city as well as in Madrid. Picture taken January 22, 2014. REUTERS/Paul Hanna (SPAIN - Tags: SOCIETY ANNIVERSARY)
ART-ELGRECO/
RTX19181
February 18, 2014
The three-metre high painting "El Expolio", or "The Disrobing of Christ" by Spanish Renaissance painter...
Toledo, Spain
El Greco's El Expolio painting is seen in the sacristy of the Cathedral of Toledo following its restoration...
The three-metre high painting "El Expolio", or "The Disrobing of Christ" by Spanish Renaissance painter El Greco, is seen in the the sacristy of the Cathedral of Toledo during a ceremony marking its return following restoration January 22, 2014. The painting left the cathedral last year to be restored in Madrid's national museum, the Prado. For centuries El Greco was a non-entity. No one studied his startling, unconventional work hanging high in a gothic cathedral, obscure convents and Spanish museums. It wasn't until the 19th century that modern painters rediscovered the artist - who was born Domenicos Theotocopoulos on Crete and lived and painted in Toledo, Spain from 1577 until his death in 1614 - and found inspiration in his bold colours and brush strokes. Now the city of Toledo in central Spain is marking the 400th anniversary of the death of its most famous son with a series of exhibitions, conferences and concerts in the walled, medieval city as well as in Madrid. Picture taken January 22, 2014. REUTERS/Paul Hanna (SPAIN - Tags: SOCIETY ANNIVERSARY)
ART-ELGRECO/
RTX19180
February 18, 2014
The three-metre high painting "El Expolio", or "The Disrobing of Christ", by Spanish Renaissance painter...
Toledo, Spain
El Greco's El Expolio painting is seen in the sacristy of the Cathedral of Toledo following its restoration...
The three-metre high painting "El Expolio", or "The Disrobing of Christ", by Spanish Renaissance painter El Greco, is seen in the the sacristy of the Cathedral of Toledo during a ceremony marking its return following restoration January 22, 2014. The painting left the cathedral last year to be restored in Madrid's national museum, the Prado. For centuries El Greco was a non-entity. No one studied his startling, unconventional work hanging high in a gothic cathedral, obscure convents and Spanish museums. It wasn't until the 19th century that modern painters rediscovered the artist - who was born Domenicos Theotocopoulos on Crete and lived and painted in Toledo, Spain from 1577 until his death in 1614 - and found inspiration in his bold colours and brush strokes. Now the city of Toledo in central Spain is marking the 400th anniversary of the death of its most famous son with a series of exhibitions, conferences and concerts in the walled, medieval city as well as in Madrid. Picture taken January 22, 2014. REUTERS/Paul Hanna (SPAIN - Tags: SOCIETY ANNIVERSARY)
ART-ELGRECO/
RTX1917V
February 18, 2014
El Greco restorer Rafael Alonso stands underneath the Spanish Renaissance painter's "El Expolio", or...
Toledo, Spain
El Greco restorer Rafael Alonso stands underneath El Expolio painting in the sacristy of the Cathedral...
El Greco restorer Rafael Alonso stands underneath the Spanish Renaissance painter's "El Expolio", or "The Disrobing of Christ", painting during a ceremony marking its return following restoration to the sacristy of the Cathedral of Toledo January 22, 2014. The 3-metre-high painting left the cathedral last year to be restored in Madrid's national museum, the Prado. For centuries El Greco was a non-entity. No one studied his startling, unconventional work hanging high in a gothic cathedral, obscure convents and Spanish museums. It wasn't until the 19th century that modern painters rediscovered the artist - who was born Domenicos Theotocopoulos on Crete and lived and painted in Toledo, Spain from 1577 until his death in 1614 - and found inspiration in his bold colours and brush strokes. Now the city of Toledo in central Spain is marking the 400th anniversary of the death of its most famous son with a series of exhibitions, conferences and concerts in the walled, medieval city as well as in Madrid. Picture taken January 22, 2014. REUTERS/Paul Hanna (SPAIN - Tags: SOCIETY ANNIVERSARY)
ART-ELGRECO/
RTX1917I
February 18, 2014
A journalist stands underneath Spanish Renaissance painter El Greco's "El Expolio", or "The Disrobing...
Toledo, Spain
A journalist stands underneath Spanish Renaissance painter El Greco's "El Expolio" at Cathedral of Toledo...
A journalist stands underneath Spanish Renaissance painter El Greco's "El Expolio", or "The Disrobing of Christ", painting during a ceremony marking its return following restoration to the sacristy of the Cathedral of Toledo, January 22, 2014. For centuries El Greco was a non-entity. No one studied his startling, unconventional work hanging high in a gothic cathedral, obscure convents and Spanish museums. It wasn't until the 19th century that modern painters rediscovered the artist - who was born Domenicos Theotocopoulos on Crete and lived and painted in Toledo, Spain from 1577 until his death in 1614 - and found inspiration in his bold colours and brush strokes. Now the city of Toledo in central Spain is marking the 400th anniversary of the death of its most famous son with a series of exhibitions, conferences and concerts in the walled, medieval city as well as in Madrid. Picture taken January 22, 2014. REUTERS/Paul Hanna (SPAIN - Tags: SOCIETY ANNIVERSARY RELIGION)
ART-ELGRECO/
RTX1917G
February 18, 2014
Journalists, clergy members look at Spanish Renaissance painter El Greco's "El Expolio", or "The Disrobing...
Toledo, Spain
Journalists, clergy members look at Spanish Renaissance painter El Greco's "El Expolio" at Cathedral...
Journalists, clergy members look at Spanish Renaissance painter El Greco's "El Expolio", or "The Disrobing of Christ", painting during a ceremony marking its return following restoration to the sacristy of the Cathedral of Toledo January 22, 2014. For centuries El Greco was a non-entity. No one studied his startling, unconventional work hanging high in a gothic cathedral, obscure convents and Spanish museums. It wasn't until the 19th century that modern painters rediscovered the artist - who was born Domenicos Theotocopoulos on Crete and lived and painted in Toledo, Spain from 1577 until his death in 1614 - and found inspiration in his bold colours and brush strokes. Now the city of Toledo in central Spain is marking the 400th anniversary of the death of its most famous son with a series of exhibitions, conferences and concerts in the walled, medieval city as well as in Madrid. Picture taken January 22, 2014. REUTERS/Paul Hanna (SPAIN - Tags: SOCIETY ANNIVERSARY RELIGION)
POPE-RESIGNATION/
RTR3DQOV
February 13, 2013
The portrait of Pope Benedict XVI is seen in a sacristy of a church in downtown Rome February 13, 2013....
Rome, Italy
The portrait of Pope Benedict XVI is seen in sacristy of a church in downtown Rome
The portrait of Pope Benedict XVI is seen in a sacristy of a church in downtown Rome February 13, 2013. Cardinals around the world began informal contacts to discuss who should next lead the Church through a period of major crisis and the Vatican said it planned a big send-off for Pope Benedict before he becomes the first pontiff in centuries to resign. REUTERS/Tony Gentile (ITALY - Tags: RELIGION)
POPE-RESIGNATION/
RTR3DQOQ
February 13, 2013
The portrait of Pope Benedict XVI is seen in the sacristy of a church in downtown Rome February 13, 2013....
Rome, Italy
The portrait of Pope Benedict XVI is seen in the sacristy of a church in downtown Rome
The portrait of Pope Benedict XVI is seen in the sacristy of a church in downtown Rome February 13, 2013. Cardinals around the world began informal contacts to discuss who should next lead the Church through a period of major crisis and the Vatican said it planned a big send-off for Pope Benedict before he becomes the first pontiff in centuries to resign. REUTERS/Tony Gentile (ITALY - Tags: RELIGION)
SPAIN-FRANCO/
RTR2PKVK
August 03, 2011
A crucifix and words in Spanish, meaning "Fallen of God and for Spain" are seen on the door of the sacristy...
GUADARRAMA, Spain
A crucifix and words in Spanish, meaning "Fallen of God and for Spain", are seen on the door of the sacristy...
A crucifix and words in Spanish, meaning "Fallen of God and for Spain" are seen on the door of the sacristy inside El Valle de los Caidos (The Valley of the Fallen), the giant mausoleum holding the remains of dictator Francisco Franco, outside Madrid July 12, 2011. A commission appointed by the Socialist government is due to make recommendations in November 2011 on the future of Franco's burial place in a mountain range an hour's drive northwest of Madrid, dominated by a 150-metre-high crucifix. Picture taken on July 12, 2011. REUTERS/Andrea Comas (SPAIN - Tags: OBITUARY POLITICS TRAVEL)
ITALY-ART
RTXXD3Y
February 01, 2011
Cracks are seen in the ceiling of the sacristy in the San Francesco a Ripa church in downtown Rome February...
Rome, Italy
Cracks are seen in the ceiling of the sacristy in the San Francesco a Ripa church in downtown Rome
Cracks are seen in the ceiling of the sacristy in the San Francesco a Ripa church in downtown Rome February 1, 2011. The chapel containing one of the last masterpieces of 17th century sculptor Gian Lorenzo Bernini was closed to the public on Tuesday after cracks appeared in the ceiling, officials said. The statue of the Blessed Ludovica Albertoni in the church of San Francesco a Ripa was not in immediate danger but the access to the chapel was blocked by red and white warning tape. Another chapel was also put off limits, as was the sacristy, fire brigades said. The church was still open, meaning the statue could still be seen, although not as close up as before.The white marble statue, which shows Ludovica in a moment of religious ecstasy on her deathbed, was one of Bernini's last works. He began it when he was 71. REUTERS/Max Rossi (ITALY - Tags: RELIGION SOCIETY)
ITALY-ART
RTXXD21
February 01, 2011
Red and white fire brigades' warning tape is seen at the entrance of the sacristy in the San Francesco...
Rome, Italy
Red and white fire brigades' warning tape is seen at the entrance of the sacristy in the San Francesco...
Red and white fire brigades' warning tape is seen at the entrance of the sacristy in the San Francesco a Ripa church in downtown Rome February 1, 2011. The chapel containing one of the last masterpieces of 17th century sculptor Gian Lorenzo Bernini was closed to the public on Tuesday after cracks appeared in the ceiling, officials said. The statue of the Blessed Ludovica Albertoni in the church of San Francesco a Ripa was not in immediate danger but the access to the chapel was blocked by red and white warning tape. Another chapel was also put off limits, as was the sacristy, fire brigades said. The church was still open, meaning the statue could still be seen, although not as close up as before.The white marble statue, which shows Ludovica in a moment of religious ecstasy on her deathbed, was one of Bernini's last works. He began it when he was 71. REUTERS/Max Rossi (ITALY - Tags: SOCIETY RELIGION)
ITALY-ART
RTXXD1Z
February 01, 2011
The statue of the Blessed Ludovica Albertoni by Gian Lorenzo Bernini is seen in the San Francesco a Ripa...
Rome, Italy
The statue of the Blessed Ludovica Albertoni by Gian Lorenzo Bernini is seen in the San Francesco a Ripa...
The statue of the Blessed Ludovica Albertoni by Gian Lorenzo Bernini is seen in the San Francesco a Ripa church in downtown Rome February 1, 2011. The chapel containing one of the last masterpieces of 17th century sculptor Gian Lorenzo Bernini was closed to the public on Tuesday after cracks appeared in the ceiling, officials said. The statue of the Blessed Ludovica Albertoni in the church of San Francesco a Ripa was not in immediate danger but the access to the chapel was blocked by red and white warning tape. Another chapel was also put off limits, as was the sacristy, fire brigades said. The church was still open, meaning the statue could still be seen, although not as close up as before.The white marble statue, which shows Ludovica in a moment of religious ecstasy on her deathbed, was one of Bernini's last works. He began it when he was 71. REUTERS/Max Rossi (ITALY - Tags: SOCIETY)
ITALY-ART
RTXXD1W
February 01, 2011
Red and white fire brigades' warning tape is seen at the entrance of a chapel in the San Francesco a...
Rome, Italy
Red and white fire brigades' warning tape is seen at the entrance of a chapel in the San Francesco a...
Red and white fire brigades' warning tape is seen at the entrance of a chapel in the San Francesco a Ripa church in downtown Rome February 1, 2011. The chapel containing one of the last masterpieces of 17th century sculptor Gian Lorenzo Bernini was closed to the public on Tuesday after cracks appeared in the ceiling, officials said. The statue of the Blessed Ludovica Albertoni in the church of San Francesco a Ripa was not in immediate danger but the access to the chapel was blocked by red and white warning tape. Another chapel was also put off limits, as was the sacristy, fire brigades said. The church was still open, meaning the statue could still be seen, although not as close up as before.The white marble statue, which shows Ludovica in a moment of religious ecstasy on her deathbed, was one of Bernini's last works. He began it when he was 71. REUTERS/Max Rossi (ITALY - Tags: SOCIETY)
GERMANY-BISHOPS/
RTXSH5G
September 21, 2010
Bishops gather outside the sacristy prior to the opening mass of the bishop's annual meeting in Fulda...
Fulda, Germany
Bishops gather outside the sacristy prior to the opening mass of the bishop's annual meeting in Fulda...
Bishops gather outside the sacristy prior to the opening mass of the bishop's annual meeting in Fulda Cathedral September 21, 2010. Some 67 German bishops and cardinals are meeting in Fulda for four days to discuss actual questions of the religious, cultural and political life. REUTERS/Kai Pfaffenbach(GERMANY - Tags: RELIGION POLITICS)
GERMANY-BISHOPS/
RTXSH4X
September 21, 2010
Bishops gather inside the sacristy of the Cathedral prior to the opening mass of the bishop's annual...
Fulda, Germany
Bishops gather inside the sacristy prior to the opening mass of the bishop's annual meeting in Fulda
Bishops gather inside the sacristy of the Cathedral prior to the opening mass of the bishop's annual meeting in Fulda September 21, 2010. Some 67 German bishops and cardinals are meeting in Fulda for four days to discuss actual questions of the religious, cultural and political life. REUTERS/Kai Pfaffenbach(GERMANY - Tags: RELIGION POLITICS)
SPAIN/
RTR2CCDH
April 01, 2010
A woman touches the face of the Virgin of Soledad in the sacristy of a church before starting a procession...
PARAUTA, Spain
A woman touches the face of the Virgin of Soledad in the sacristy of a church before starting a procession...
A woman touches the face of the Virgin of Soledad in the sacristy of a church before starting a procession during Holy Week in the Andalusian town of Parauta, near Malaga, southern Spain April 1, 2010. Hundreds of Easter processions take place around the clock in Spain during Holy Week, drawing thousands of visitors. REUTERS/Jon Nazca (SPAIN - Tags: RELIGION)
ARGENTINA/CONVENT
RTR1QF0H
June 03, 2007
A view of the sacristy of the Argentine basilica San Francisco de Asis in Buenos Aires May 30, 2007....
Buenos Aires, Argentina
A view of the sacristy of the Argentine basilica San Francisco de Asis in Buenos Aires
A view of the sacristy of the Argentine basilica San Francisco de Asis in Buenos Aires May 30, 2007. The convent that once housed as many as 100 Franciscan friars in private quarters has flung its heavy wooden doors wide open, offering guided tours to help finance the upkeep. The tour, which is offered once a month, includes a visit to the friars' former dining room, where benches frame a long rectangular table so everyone could eat facing one another. REUTERS/Enrique Marcarian (ARGENTINA)
GERMANY SCHROEDER
RTRDCQ4
January 22, 2001
German Chancellor Gerhard Schroeder (R) shows his hand where he wears a some 1000-years-old ring of former...
Speyer, Germany
SCHROEDER WEARS RING OF HEINRICH IV IN SPEYER.
German Chancellor Gerhard Schroeder (R) shows his hand where he wears a some 1000-years-old ring of former German emperor Heinrich IV in the sacristy of the Speyer Cathedral January 22, 2001 as he is watched by Rhineland-Palatinate State Premier Kurt Beck. Schroeder is on a four-day visit in this federal state.

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