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Cleansed In The Dirt - 18 Mar 2013
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March 22, 2013
A boy cries for help to come out of a puddle of mud during celebrations for El Nino Fidencio in Espinazo...
ESPINAZO, Mexico
A boy cries for someone to take him out of a puddle of mud during celebrations for El Nino Fidencio in...
A boy cries for help to come out of a puddle of mud during celebrations for El Nino Fidencio in Espinazo town, some 120 km (74.5 miles) away from Monterrey March 18, 2013. Thousands of pilgrims from across the Americas descend on the town between March and October to visit the tomb of El Nino Fidencio, an eerie man-child figure famed for his playful cures and folk wisdom dispensed in a shrill contralto during the 1920s and 1930s. Fidencio, who is not recognized as a saint by the Vatican, gained an early reputation for faith healing and clairvoyance, and won fame throughout Mexico for his playful and unorthodox cures for a range of maladies, including cancer and lameness. Picture taken March 18, 2013. REUTERS/Daniel Becerril (MEXICO - Tags: RELIGION SOCIETY TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
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March 23, 2013
An image of El Nino Fidencio is on display for sale next to an image of late Pope John Paul II at a street...
ESPINAZO, Mexico
An image of El Nino Fidencio is on display for sale next to an image of late Pope John Paul II at a street...
An image of El Nino Fidencio is on display for sale next to an image of late Pope John Paul II at a street stall in Espinazo town, some 120 km (74.5 miles) away from Monterrey March 18, 2013. Thousands of pilgrims from across the Americas descend on the town between March and October to visit the tomb of El Nino Fidencio, an eerie man-child figure famed for his playful cures and folk wisdom dispensed in a shrill contralto during the 1920s and 1930s. Fidencio, who is not recognized as a saint by the Vatican, gained an early reputation for faith healing and clairvoyance, and won fame throughout Mexico for his playful and unorthodox cures for a range of maladies, including cancer and lameness. Picture taken March 18, 2013. REUTERS/Daniel Becerril (MEXICO - Tags: RELIGION SOCIETY)
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March 23, 2013
A young penitent whispers into the ear of a medium (yellow cloak) before being baptised during celebrations...
ESPINAZO, Mexico
A young penitent whispers into the ear of a medium before being baptised during celebrations for El Nino...
A young penitent whispers into the ear of a medium (yellow cloak) before being baptised during celebrations for El Nino Fidencio in Espinazo town, some 120 km (74.5 miles) away from Monterrey March 18, 2013. Thousands of pilgrims from across the Americas descend on the town between March and October to visit the tomb of El Nino Fidencio, an eerie man-child figure famed for his playful cures and folk wisdom dispensed in a shrill contralto during the 1920s and 1930s. Fidencio, who is not recognized as a saint by the Vatican, gained an early reputation for faith healing and clairvoyance, and won fame throughout Mexico for his playful and unorthodox cures for a range of maladies, including cancer and lameness. Picture taken March 18, 2013. REUTERS/Daniel Becerril (MEXICO - Tags: RELIGION SOCIETY)
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March 23, 2013
A woman pours muddy water over the head of a boy during celebrations for El Nino Fidencio in Espinazo...
ESPINAZO, Mexico
A woman pours muddy water over the head of a boy during celebrations for El Nino Fidencio in Espinazo...
A woman pours muddy water over the head of a boy during celebrations for El Nino Fidencio in Espinazo town, some 120 km (74.5 miles) away from Monterrey March 19, 2013. Thousands of pilgrims from across the Americas descend on the town between March and October to visit the tomb of El Nino Fidencio, an eerie man-child figure famed for his playful cures and folk wisdom dispensed in a shrill contralto during the 1920s and 1930s. Fidencio, who is not recognized as a saint by the Vatican, gained an early reputation for faith healing and clairvoyance, and won fame throughout Mexico for his playful and unorthodox cures for a range of maladies, including cancer and lameness. Picture taken March 19, 2013. REUTERS/Daniel Becerril (MEXICO - Tags: RELIGION SOCIETY)
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March 23, 2013
A penitent is baptised in a puddle of mud during celebrations for El Nino Fidencio in Espinazo town,...
ESPINAZO, Mexico
A penitent is baptised in a puddle of mud during celebrations for El Nino Fidencio in Espinazo town
A penitent is baptised in a puddle of mud during celebrations for El Nino Fidencio in Espinazo town, some 120 km (74.5 miles) away from Monterrey March 19, 2013. Thousands of pilgrims from across the Americas descend on the town between March and October to visit the tomb of El Nino Fidencio, an eerie man-child figure famed for his playful cures and folk wisdom dispensed in a shrill contralto during the 1920s and 1930s. Fidencio, who is not recognized as a saint by the Vatican, gained an early reputation for faith healing and clairvoyance, and won fame throughout Mexico for his playful and unorthodox cures for a range of maladies, including cancer and lameness. Picture taken March 19, 2013. REUTERS/Daniel Becerril (MEXICO - Tags: RELIGION SOCIETY)
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March 22, 2013
A medium (L) prays while baptising a girl in a puddle of mud during celebrations for El Nino Fidencio...
ESPINAZO, Mexico
A medium prays while baptising a girl in a puddle of mud during celebrations for El Nino Fidencio in...
A medium (L) prays while baptising a girl in a puddle of mud during celebrations for El Nino Fidencio in Espinazo town, some 120 km (74.5 miles) away from Monterrey March 18, 2013. Thousands of pilgrims from across the Americas descend on the town between March and October to visit the tomb of El Nino Fidencio, an eerie man-child figure famed for his playful cures and folk wisdom dispensed in a shrill contralto during the 1920s and 1930s. Fidencio, who is not recognized as a saint by the Vatican, gained an early reputation for faith healing and clairvoyance, and won fame throughout Mexico for his playful and unorthodox cures for a range of maladies, including cancer and lameness. Picture taken March 18, 2013. REUTERS/Daniel Becerril (MEXICO - Tags: RELIGION SOCIETY)
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March 22, 2013
A medium (C) blesses penitents while they are all standing in a puddle of mud during celebrations for...
ESPINAZO, Mexico
A medium blesses penitents while they are all standing in a puddle of mud during celebrations for El...
A medium (C) blesses penitents while they are all standing in a puddle of mud during celebrations for El Nino Fidencio in Espinazo town, some 120 km (74.5 miles) away from Monterrey March 18, 2013. Thousands of pilgrims from across the Americas descend on the town between March and October to visit the tomb of El Nino Fidencio, an eerie man-child figure famed for his playful cures and folk wisdom dispensed in a shrill contralto during the 1920s and 1930s. Fidencio, who is not recognized as a saint by the Vatican, gained an early reputation for faith healing and clairvoyance, and won fame throughout Mexico for his playful and unorthodox cures for a range of maladies, including cancer and lameness. Picture taken March 18, 2013. REUTERS/Daniel Becerril (MEXICO - Tags: RELIGION SOCIETY)
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March 23, 2013
Penitents leave a puddle of mud after being baptised during celebrations for El Nino Fidencio in Espinazo...
ESPINAZO, Mexico
Penitents leave a puddle of mud after being baptised during celebrations for El Nino Fidencio in Espinazo...
Penitents leave a puddle of mud after being baptised during celebrations for El Nino Fidencio in Espinazo town, some 120 km (74.5 miles) away from Monterrey March 19, 2013. Thousands of pilgrims from across the Americas descend on the town between March and October to visit the tomb of El Nino Fidencio, an eerie man-child figure famed for his playful cures and folk wisdom dispensed in a shrill contralto during the 1920s and 1930s. Fidencio, who is not recognized as a saint by the Vatican, gained an early reputation for faith healing and clairvoyance, and won fame throughout Mexico for his playful and unorthodox cures for a range of maladies, including cancer and lameness. Picture taken March 19, 2013. REUTERS/Daniel Becerril (MEXICO - Tags: RELIGION SOCIETY)
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March 23, 2013
The face and hands of a penitent are covered in mud after being baptised by a medium in a puddle of mud...
ESPINAZO, Mexico
The face and hands of a penitent are covered in mud after being baptised by a medium in a puddle of mud...
The face and hands of a penitent are covered in mud after being baptised by a medium in a puddle of mud during celebrations for El Nino Fidencio in Espinazo town, about 120 km (75 miles) away from Monterrey, March 18, 2013. Thousands of pilgrims from across the Americas descend on the town between March and October to visit the tomb of El Nino Fidencio, an eerie man-child figure famed for his playful cures and folk wisdom dispensed in a shrill contralto during the 1920s and 1930s. Fidencio, who is not recognized as a saint by the Vatican, gained an early reputation for faith healing and clairvoyance, and won fame throughout Mexico for his playful and unorthodox cures for a range of maladies, including cancer and lameness. Picture taken March 18, 2013. REUTERS/Daniel Becerril (MEXICO - Tags: RELIGION SOCIETY)
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March 23, 2013
Penitents crawl on their knees into the temple of El Nino Fidencio in Espinazo town, some 120 km (74.5...
ESPINAZO, Mexico
Fabiola Lopez de la Fuente, sister of El Nino Fidencio, welcomes penitents at the temple of El Nino Fidencio...
Penitents crawl on their knees into the temple of El Nino Fidencio in Espinazo town, some 120 km (74.5 miles) away from Monterrey March 19, 2013. Thousands of pilgrims from across the Americas descend on the town between March and October to visit the tomb of El Nino Fidencio, an eerie man-child figure famed for his playful cures and folk wisdom dispensed in a shrill contralto during the 1920s and 1930s. Fidencio, who is not recognized as a saint by the Vatican, gained an early reputation for faith healing and clairvoyance, and won fame throughout Mexico for his playful and unorthodox cures for a range of maladies, including cancer and lameness. Picture taken March 19, 2013. REUTERS/Daniel Becerril (MEXICO - Tags: RELIGION SOCIETY)
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March 23, 2013
Penitents advance on their backs into the temple of El Nino Fidencio in Espinazo town, some 120 km (74.5...
ESPINAZO, Mexico
Penitents advance on their backs into the temple of El Nino Fidencio in Espinazo town
Penitents advance on their backs into the temple of El Nino Fidencio in Espinazo town, some 120 km (74.5 miles) away from Monterrey March 18, 2013. Thousands of pilgrims from across the Americas descend on the town between March and October to visit the tomb of El Nino Fidencio, an eerie man-child figure famed for his playful cures and folk wisdom dispensed in a shrill contralto during the 1920s and 1930s. Fidencio, who is not recognized as a saint by the Vatican, gained an early reputation for faith healing and clairvoyance, and won fame throughout Mexico for his playful and unorthodox cures for a range of maladies, including cancer and lameness. Picture taken March 18, 2013. REUTERS/Daniel Becerril (MEXICO - Tags: RELIGION SOCIETY TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
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March 23, 2013
Fabiola Lopez de la Fuente (C), sister of El Nino Fidencio, welcomes penitents at the temple of El Nino...
ESPINAZO, Mexico
Fabiola Lopez de la Fuente, sister of El Nino Fidencio, welcomes penitents at the temple of El Nino Fidencio...
Fabiola Lopez de la Fuente (C), sister of El Nino Fidencio, welcomes penitents at the temple of El Nino Fidencio in Espinazo town, some 120 km (74.5 miles) away from Monterrey March 18, 2013. Thousands of pilgrims from across the Americas descend on the town between March and October to visit the tomb of El Nino Fidencio, an eerie man-child figure famed for his playful cures and folk wisdom dispensed in a shrill contralto during the 1920s and 1930s. Fidencio, who is not recognized as a saint by the Vatican, gained an early reputation for faith healing and clairvoyance, and won fame throughout Mexico for his playful and unorthodox cures for a range of maladies, including cancer and lameness. Picture taken March 18, 2013. REUTERS/Daniel Becerril (MEXICO - Tags: RELIGION SOCIETY)
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March 23, 2013
Penitents touch a photograph of El Nino Fidencio on his deathbed during celebrations in Espinazo town,...
ESPINAZO, Mexico
Penitents touch a photograph of El Nino Fidencio on his deathbed during celebrations in Espinazo town...
Penitents touch a photograph of El Nino Fidencio on his deathbed during celebrations in Espinazo town, some 120 km (74.5 miles) away from Monterrey March 19, 2013. Thousands of pilgrims from across the Americas descend on the town between March and October to visit the tomb of El Nino Fidencio, an eerie man-child figure famed for his playful cures and folk wisdom dispensed in a shrill contralto during the 1920s and 1930s. Fidencio, who is not recognized as a saint by the Vatican, gained an early reputation for faith healing and clairvoyance, and won fame throughout Mexico for his playful and unorthodox cures for a range of maladies, including cancer and lameness. Picture taken March 19, 2013. REUTERS/Daniel Becerril (MEXICO - Tags: RELIGION SOCIETY)
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March 23, 2013
A young medium blesses the candle of a penitent inside the temple of El Nino Fidencio in Espinazo town,...
ESPINAZO, Mexico
A young medium blesses the candle of a penitent inside the temple of El Nino Fidencio in Espinazo town...
A young medium blesses the candle of a penitent inside the temple of El Nino Fidencio in Espinazo town, some 120 km (74.5 miles) away from Monterrey March 18, 2013. Thousands of pilgrims from across the Americas descend on the town between March and October to visit the tomb of El Nino Fidencio, an eerie man-child figure famed for his playful cures and folk wisdom dispensed in a shrill contralto during the 1920s and 1930s. Fidencio, who is not recognized as a saint by the Vatican, gained an early reputation for faith healing and clairvoyance, and won fame throughout Mexico for his playful and unorthodox cures for a range of maladies, including cancer and lameness. Picture taken March 18, 2013. REUTERS/Daniel Becerril (MEXICO - Tags: RELIGION SOCIETY)
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