Photos of the Week: King Charles III coronation; Grand Canyon tribe
By Kit Doyle · May 12, 2023
(RNS) — Each week Religion News Service presents a gallery of photos of religious expression around the world. This week’s photo gallery includes the coronation of King Charles III, renaming a Grand Canyon campground and more.
Britain's King Charles III and Queen Camilla travel in the Gold State Coach from Westminster Abbey to Buckingham Palace following the coronation ceremony in London, Saturday, May 6, 2023. (AP Photo/Alberto Pezzali)
Britain’s King Charles III, front center, and Queen Camilla, middle center, walk in the Coronation Procession after the coronation ceremony at Westminster Abbey in London, May 6, 2023. (AP Photo/Kirsty Wigglesworth, Pool)
Troops accompany Britain's King Charles III and Camilla, the Queen Consort, as they arrive in the Diamond Jubilee State Coach from Buckingham Palace to Westminster Abbey to their coronation ceremony, in London, Saturday, May 6, 2023. (AP Photo/Kin Cheung)
Buddhist monks shave heads of children to give them an experience of the lives of Buddhist monks, at the Jogye Temple in Seoul, South Korea, Tuesday, May 9, 2023. Nine children entered the temple for the three weeks ahead of celebrations for Buddha's birthday on May 27. (AP Photo/Ahn Young-joon)
The "Brienzer Rutsch" rockfall threatens the church in Brienz-Brinzauls, Switzerland, Friday, May 12, 2023. Authorities ordered residents of the tiny Swiss village to evacuate by Friday evening as geology experts say a mass of 2 million cubic meters of Alpine rock looming overhead could break loose and spill down in coming weeks. (AP Photo/Arnd Wiegmann)
Havasupai tribal members Dianna Sue Uqualla, from left, Kris Siyuja and Uqualla bless the site of a popular campground at Grand Canyon National Park on Friday, May 5, 2023. The site, long known as Indian Garden, was renamed Havasupai Gardens. The campground lies about 4.5 miles down the Bright Angel Trail in the canyon. (AP Photo/Felicia Fonseca)
Carletta Tilousi watches as a helicopter carrying fellow Havasupai tribal members prepares to land in the Grand Canyon on Friday, May 5, 2023. The tribe held a blessing ceremony to mark the renaming of the popular Indian Garden campground as Havasupai Gardens. (AP Photo/Ty O'Neil)
The Family Federation for World Peace and Unification, commonly known as the Unification Church, hosts a satellite Holy Marriage Blessing Ceremony in Las Vegas, Nevada, on May 6, 2023. The main mass wedding event was held in South Korea. Hundreds of couples participated. Photo by FFWPU USA/CC BY-ND
The Thai police's Central Investigation Bureau displays gold and other jewelry discovered in a raid at a Buddhist temple in Nakhon Ratchasima, in northeastern Thailand. Authorities have arrested nine people, including seven monks, who are accused of embezzling about 300 million baht ($8.9 million) from the donation fund of the temple. (Thai police Central Investigation Bureau via AP).
Migrants wake up outside Sacred Heart Church in downtown El Paso, Texas, on Tuesday, May 9, 2023. El Paso, one of the busiest illegal crossing points for migrants seeking to flee poverty and political strife, is expected to see a burst of migrant traffic in coming weeks as an anti-immigrant measure known as Title 42 ends. (AP Photo/Andres Leighton)
Police officers and soldiers guard near El Ghriba synagogue in Djerba, Tunisia, Wednesday May 10, 2023. Tunisia's TAP news agency says the death toll from a gun attack near a Synagogue on the Mediterranean island of Djerba has risen to six, including the shooter. His victims were two people attending an annual Jewish pilgrimage and three Tunisian police guards. (AP Photo/Moncef Abidi)
Pope Francis, right, starts his weekly general audience in St. Peter's Square at the Vatican with the leader of the Coptic Orthodox Church of Alexandria, Tawadros II, Wednesday, May 10, 2023. (AP Photo/Alessandra Tarantino)
Barry F. Ryan, right, president of the Federation of Catholic Teachers, joins fellow teachers in picketing New York archdiocese offices during the first day of a lay teacher strike against archdiocesan schools in 1971. Both sides claimed initial success, with the teachers' union saying the strike was "85 percent effective" in about 100 schools and the archdiocesan superintendent of schools reporting that all but two of the 314 schools were open with "full classroom participation for children." RNS archive photo. Photo courtesy of the Presbyterian Historical Society.
Passing of the collection plate in a Protestant church, circa 1948. RNS archive photo. Photo courtesy of the Presbyterian Historical Society.