Pope Benedict XVI

Pope Benedict XVI burns incense at the altar as he celebrates the “Cena Domini” mass, which includes a feet-washing ceremony, in St. John in Lateran Basilica in Rome, Thursday April 9, 2009. The feet-washing ceremony symbolizes humility and commemorates Jesus’ … Continue reading

Pope Benedict XVI burns incense at the altar as he celebrates the “Cena Domini” mass, which includes a feet-washing ceremony, in St. John in Lateran Basilica in Rome, Thursday April 9, 2009. The feet-washing ceremony symbolizes humility and commemorates Jesus’ last supper with his 12 apostles on the evening before his Good Friday crucifixion. (AP Photo/Andrew Medichini)

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