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  1. 2020022024891

    「DPA」 Rainy weather in Brandenburg 19 February 2020, Brandenburg, Neuzelle: The catholic church of Neuzelle Monastery is reflected in a puddle. The Neuzelle Monastery, about ten kilometres south of Eisenhüttenstadt, is the only Cistercian monastery in Brandenburg that has been completely preserved, including the outside facilities, and is one of the few undestroyed monastery complexes in Germany and Europe. Photo: Patrick Pleul/dpa-Zentralbild/ZB、クレジット:ZB/DPA/共同通信イメージズ

  2. 2020022025224

    「DPA」 Rainy weather in Brandenburg 19 February 2020, Brandenburg, Neuzelle: The catholic church of Neuzelle Monastery is reflected in a puddle. The Neuzelle Monastery, about ten kilometres south of Eisenhüttenstadt, is the only Cistercian monastery in Brandenburg that has been completely preserved, including the outside facilities, and is one of the few undestroyed monastery complexes in Germany and Europe. Photo: Patrick Pleul/dpa-Zentralbild/ZB、クレジット:ZB/DPA/共同通信イメージズ

  3. 2020022123249

    「DPA」 Wandlitz - village church 18 February 2020, Brandenburg, Wandlitz: The Protestant Church near the Wandlitzsee is now and then illuminated by the February sun thanks to fewer gaps in the clouds. The village church is one of the sights of the village and was built in the 13th century as a sacred building of the Cistercian monks. Thanks to Brandenburg‘s settlement history, Wandlitz has a long church tradition. There is one Protestant church per district and in Wandlitzsee there is also a Catholic church. Photo: Soeren Stache/dpa-Zentralbild/ZB、クレジット:ZB/DPA/共同通信イメージズ

  4. 2020022123250

    「DPA」 Wandlitz - village church 18 February 2020, Brandenburg, Wandlitz: The Protestant Church near the Wandlitzsee is now and then illuminated by the February sun thanks to fewer gaps in the clouds. The village church is one of the sights of the village and was built in the 13th century as a sacred building of the Cistercian monks. Thanks to Brandenburg‘s settlement history, Wandlitz has a long church tradition. There is one Protestant church per district and in Wandlitzsee there is also a Catholic church. Photo: Soeren Stache/dpa-Zentralbild/ZB、クレジット:ZB/DPA/共同通信イメージズ

  5. 2020022122933

    「DPA」 Wandlitz - village church 18 February 2020, Brandenburg, Wandlitz: The snowdrops in the garden of the Evangelical Church are now and then illuminated by the sun thanks to the gaps in the cloud cover. The village church is one of the sights of the village and was built in the 13th century as a sacred building of the Cistercian monks. Thanks to Brandenburg‘s settlement history, Wandlitz has a long church tradition. There is one Protestant church per district and in Wandlitzsee there is also a Catholic church. Photo: Soeren Stache/dpa-Zentralbild/ZB、クレジット:ZB/DPA/共同通信イメージズ

  6. 2020021406947

    「CTK」 Slovak Catholic meeting rejects Istanbul Convention Hundreds of Slovaks came to the centre of the capital city to join a prayer meeting that Christian activists organised against the Istanbul Convention on preventing and combating violence against women on February 11, 2020, in Bratislava, Slovakia. Slovakia has not ratified the convention, but it has become a hot issue ahead of the general election in the Roman Catholic country. (CTK Photo/Martin Mikula)、クレジット:CTK/共同通信イメージズ

  7. 2020021407007

    「CTK」 Slovak Catholic meeting rejects Istanbul Convention Hundreds of Slovaks came to the centre of the capital city to join a prayer meeting that Christian activists organised against the Istanbul Convention on preventing and combating violence against women on February 11, 2020, in Bratislava, Slovakia. Slovakia has not ratified the convention, but it has become a hot issue ahead of the general election in the Roman Catholic country. (CTK Photo/Martin Mikula)、クレジット:CTK/共同通信イメージズ

  8. 2020021406958

    「CTK」 Slovak Catholic meeting rejects Istanbul Convention Hundreds of Slovaks came to the centre of the capital city to join a prayer meeting that Christian activists organised against the Istanbul Convention on preventing and combating violence against women on February 11, 2020, in Bratislava, Slovakia. Slovakia has not ratified the convention, but it has become a hot issue ahead of the general election in the Roman Catholic country. (CTK Photo/Martin Mikula)、クレジット:CTK/共同通信イメージズ

  9. 2020021407067

    「CTK」 Slovak Catholic meeting rejects Istanbul Conve, Pavol Vilcek Hundreds of Slovaks came to the centre of the capital city to join a prayer meeting that Christian activists organised against the Istanbul Convention on preventing and combating violence against women on February 11, 2020, in Bratislava, Slovakia. Slovakia has not ratified the convention, but it has become a hot issue ahead of the general election in the Roman Catholic country. Pavol Vilcek, left, who heads the Caritas church organisation in Spisska Nova Ves, east Slovakia, and who was one of the speakers at the meeting, told CTK that they have been touring Slovakia for three years, speaking of the risks of the Istanbul Convention and praying that it is rejected. (CTK Photo/Martin Mikula)、クレジット:CTK/共同通信イメージズ

  10. 2020021407090

    「CTK」 Slovak Catholic meeting rejects Istanbul Convention Hundreds of Slovaks came to the centre of the capital city to join a prayer meeting that Christian activists organised against the Istanbul Convention on preventing and combating violence against women on February 11, 2020, in Bratislava, Slovakia. Slovakia has not ratified the convention, but it has become a hot issue ahead of the general election in the Roman Catholic country. (CTK Photo/Martin Mikula)、クレジット:CTK/共同通信イメージズ

  11. 2020021406997

    「CTK」 Slovak Catholic meeting rejects Istanbul Conve, Andrej Danko Hundreds of Slovaks came to the centre of the capital city to join a prayer meeting that Christian activists organised against the Istanbul Convention on preventing and combating violence against women on February 11, 2020, in Bratislava, Slovakia. Slovakia has not ratified the convention, but it has become a hot issue ahead of the general election in the Roman Catholic country. Slovak parliament chairman Andrej Danko, center, (junior government Slovak National Party, SNS) and People‘s Party Our Slovakia (far-right opposition LSNS) leader Marian Kotleba, both of whom have been criticising the convention for a long time, were among those who took part in the meeting. (CTK Photo/Martin Mikula)、クレジット:CTK/共同通信イメージズ

  12. 2020021407002

    「CTK」 Slovak Catholic meeting rejects Istanbul Convention Hundreds of Slovaks came to the centre of the capital city to join a prayer meeting that Christian activists organised against the Istanbul Convention on preventing and combating violence against women on February 11, 2020, in Bratislava, Slovakia. Slovakia has not ratified the convention, but it has become a hot issue ahead of the general election in the Roman Catholic country. (CTK Photo/Martin Mikula)、クレジット:CTK/共同通信イメージズ

  13. 2020021407003

    「CTK」 Slovak Catholic meeting rejects Istanbul Convention Hundreds of Slovaks came to the centre of the capital city to join a prayer meeting that Christian activists organised against the Istanbul Convention on preventing and combating violence against women on February 11, 2020, in Bratislava, Slovakia. Slovakia has not ratified the convention, but it has become a hot issue ahead of the general election in the Roman Catholic country. (CTK Photo/Martin Mikula)、クレジット:CTK/共同通信イメージズ

  14. 2020021407005

    「CTK」 Slovak Catholic meeting rejects Istanbul Convention Hundreds of Slovaks came to the centre of the capital city to join a prayer meeting that Christian activists organised against the Istanbul Convention on preventing and combating violence against women on February 11, 2020, in Bratislava, Slovakia. Slovakia has not ratified the convention, but it has become a hot issue ahead of the general election in the Roman Catholic country. (CTK Photo/Martin Mikula)、クレジット:CTK/共同通信イメージズ

  15. 2020021406983

    「CTK」 Slovak Catholic meeting rejects Istanbul Convention Hundreds of Slovaks came to the centre of the capital city to join a prayer meeting that Christian activists organised against the Istanbul Convention on preventing and combating violence against women on February 11, 2020, in Bratislava, Slovakia. Slovakia has not ratified the convention, but it has become a hot issue ahead of the general election in the Roman Catholic country. (CTK Photo/Martin Mikula)、クレジット:CTK/共同通信イメージズ

  16. 2020021407091

    「CTK」 Slovak Catholic meeting rejects Istanbul Convention Hundreds of Slovaks came to the centre of the capital city to join a prayer meeting that Christian activists organised against the Istanbul Convention on preventing and combating violence against women on February 11, 2020, in Bratislava, Slovakia. Slovakia has not ratified the convention, but it has become a hot issue ahead of the general election in the Roman Catholic country. (CTK Photo/Martin Mikula)、クレジット:CTK/共同通信イメージズ

  17. 2020021407001

    「CTK」 Slovak Catholic meeting rejects Istanbul Convention Hundreds of Slovaks came to the centre of the capital city to join a prayer meeting that Christian activists organised against the Istanbul Convention on preventing and combating violence against women on February 11, 2020, in Bratislava, Slovakia. Slovakia has not ratified the convention, but it has become a hot issue ahead of the general election in the Roman Catholic country. (CTK Photo/Martin Mikula)、クレジット:CTK/共同通信イメージズ

  18. 2020021406953

    「CTK」 Slovak Catholic meeting rejects Istanbul Conve, Andrej Danko Hundreds of Slovaks came to the centre of the capital city to join a prayer meeting that Christian activists organised against the Istanbul Convention on preventing and combating violence against women on February 11, 2020, in Bratislava, Slovakia. Slovakia has not ratified the convention, but it has become a hot issue ahead of the general election in the Roman Catholic country. Slovak parliament chairman Andrej Danko, left, (junior government Slovak National Party, SNS) and People‘s Party Our Slovakia (far-right opposition LSNS) leader Marian Kotleba, both of whom have been criticising the convention for a long time, were among those who took part in the meeting. (CTK Photo/Martin Mikula)、クレジット:CTK/共同通信イメージズ

  19. 2020021406954

    「CTK」 Slovak Catholic meeting rejects Istanbul Conve, Pavol Vilcek Hundreds of Slovaks came to the centre of the capital city to join a prayer meeting that Christian activists organised against the Istanbul Convention on preventing and combating violence against women on February 11, 2020, in Bratislava, Slovakia. Slovakia has not ratified the convention, but it has become a hot issue ahead of the general election in the Roman Catholic country. Pavol Vilcek, pictured, who heads the Caritas church organisation in Spisska Nova Ves, east Slovakia, and who was one of the speakers at the meeting, told CTK that they have been touring Slovakia for three years, speaking of the risks of the Istanbul Convention and praying that it is rejected. (CTK Photo/Martin Mikula)、クレジット:CTK/共同通信イメージズ

  20. 2020021407006

    「CTK」 Slovak Catholic meeting rejects Istanbul Convention Hundreds of Slovaks came to the centre of the capital city to join a prayer meeting that Christian activists organised against the Istanbul Convention on preventing and combating violence against women on February 11, 2020, in Bratislava, Slovakia. Slovakia has not ratified the convention, but it has become a hot issue ahead of the general election in the Roman Catholic country. (CTK Photo/Martin Mikula)、クレジット:CTK/共同通信イメージズ

  21. 2020021406966

    「CTK」 Slovak Catholic meeting rejects Istanbul Convention Hundreds of Slovaks came to the centre of the capital city to join a prayer meeting that Christian activists organised against the Istanbul Convention on preventing and combating violence against women on February 11, 2020, in Bratislava, Slovakia. Slovakia has not ratified the convention, but it has become a hot issue ahead of the general election in the Roman Catholic country. (CTK Photo/Martin Mikula)、クレジット:CTK/共同通信イメージズ

  22. 2020021407087

    「CTK」 Slovak Catholic meeting rejects Istanbul Conve, Pavol Vilcek Hundreds of Slovaks came to the centre of the capital city to join a prayer meeting that Christian activists organised against the Istanbul Convention on preventing and combating violence against women on February 11, 2020, in Bratislava, Slovakia. Slovakia has not ratified the convention, but it has become a hot issue ahead of the general election in the Roman Catholic country. Pavol Vilcek, right, who heads the Caritas church organisation in Spisska Nova Ves, east Slovakia, and who was one of the speakers at the meeting, told CTK that they have been touring Slovakia for three years, speaking of the risks of the Istanbul Convention and praying that it is rejected. (CTK Photo/Martin Mikula)、クレジット:CTK/共同通信イメージズ

  23. 2020021407017

    「CTK」 Slovak Catholic meeting rejects Istanbul Convention Hundreds of Slovaks came to the centre of the capital city to join a prayer meeting that Christian activists organised against the Istanbul Convention on preventing and combating violence against women on February 11, 2020, in Bratislava, Slovakia. Slovakia has not ratified the convention, but it has become a hot issue ahead of the general election in the Roman Catholic country. (CTK Photo/Martin Mikula)、クレジット:CTK/共同通信イメージズ

  24. 2020021300325

    「DPA」 Changeable weather in Saxony 10 February 2020, Saxony, Dresden: Dark clouds pass over the castle tower, the Catholic Court Church and the Semper Opera on the Elbe. After the storm depression “Sabine“ the weather in Saxony is changing with sun, rain and temperatures around eight degrees. Photo: Jens Büttner/dpa-Zentralbild/ZB、クレジット:ZB/DPA/共同通信イメージズ

  25. 2020021200441

    「CTK」 Vaclav Cesak, statuette of St John of Nepomuk Czech sculptor Vaclav Cesak poses with one of three statuettes of St John of Nepomuk, down center, on February 8, 2020, in Novy Smolivec, Czech Republic. Unusual contemporary reliquaries shaped as statuettes of St John of Nepomuk will be taken to several churches in the USA by representatives of his native town of Nepomuk in the spring. The delegation will take the reliquaries to the churches dedicated to the Saint in New York, Chicago and St. Louis. The statuettes will contain soil from Nepomuk and also from Prague, where the Catholic Church martyr and one of the saint patrons of Bohemia lived and died in the 14th century. In 2021, 300 years will elapse since the beatification of John of Nepomuk by Pope Innocent XIII. (CTK Photo/Miroslav Chaloupka)、クレジット:CTK/共同通信イメージズ

  26. 2020021200632

    「CTK」 Vaclav Cesak, statuette of St John of Nepomuk Czech sculptor Vaclav Cesak poses with one of three statuettes of St John of Nepomuk, right, on February 8, 2020, in Novy Smolivec, Czech Republic. Unusual contemporary reliquaries shaped as statuettes of St John of Nepomuk will be taken to several churches in the USA by representatives of his native town of Nepomuk in the spring. The delegation will take the reliquaries to the churches dedicated to the Saint in New York, Chicago and St. Louis. The statuettes will contain soil from Nepomuk and also from Prague, where the Catholic Church martyr and one of the saint patrons of Bohemia lived and died in the 14th century. In 2021, 300 years will elapse since the beatification of John of Nepomuk by Pope Innocent XIII. (CTK Photo/Miroslav Chaloupka)、クレジット:CTK/共同通信イメージズ

  27. 2020021200631

    「CTK」 Vaclav Cesak, statuette of St John of Nepomuk Czech sculptor Vaclav Cesak poses with one of three statuettes of St John of Nepomuk, right, on February 8, 2020, in Novy Smolivec, Czech Republic. Unusual contemporary reliquaries shaped as statuettes of St John of Nepomuk will be taken to several churches in the USA by representatives of his native town of Nepomuk in the spring. The delegation will take the reliquaries to the churches dedicated to the Saint in New York, Chicago and St. Louis. The statuettes will contain soil from Nepomuk and also from Prague, where the Catholic Church martyr and one of the saint patrons of Bohemia lived and died in the 14th century. In 2021, 300 years will elapse since the beatification of John of Nepomuk by Pope Innocent XIII. (CTK Photo/Miroslav Chaloupka)、クレジット:CTK/共同通信イメージズ

  28. 2020021200661

    「CTK」 statuette of St John of Nepomuk Some parts of three statuettes of St John of Nepomuk by Czech sculptor Vaclav Cesak are seen on February 8, 2020, in Novy Smolivec, Czech Republic. Unusual contemporary reliquaries shaped as statuettes of St John of Nepomuk will be taken to several churches in the USA by representatives of his native town of Nepomuk in the spring. The delegation will take the reliquaries to the churches dedicated to the Saint in New York, Chicago and St. Louis. The statuettes will contain soil from Nepomuk and also from Prague, where the Catholic Church martyr and one of the saint patrons of Bohemia lived and died in the 14th century. In 2021, 300 years will elapse since the beatification of John of Nepomuk by Pope Innocent XIII. (CTK Photo/Miroslav Chaloupka)、クレジット:CTK/共同通信イメージズ

  29. 2020021200501

    「CTK」 statuette of St John of Nepomuk Some parts of three statuettes of St John of Nepomuk by Czech sculptor Vaclav Cesak are seen on February 8, 2020, in Novy Smolivec, Czech Republic. Unusual contemporary reliquaries shaped as statuettes of St John of Nepomuk will be taken to several churches in the USA by representatives of his native town of Nepomuk in the spring. The delegation will take the reliquaries to the churches dedicated to the Saint in New York, Chicago and St. Louis. The statuettes will contain soil from Nepomuk and also from Prague, where the Catholic Church martyr and one of the saint patrons of Bohemia lived and died in the 14th century. In 2021, 300 years will elapse since the beatification of John of Nepomuk by Pope Innocent XIII. (CTK Photo/Miroslav Chaloupka)、クレジット:CTK/共同通信イメージズ

  30. 2020021200504

    「CTK」 Vaclav Cesak, statuette of St John of Nepomuk Czech sculptor Vaclav Cesak poses with one of three statuettes of St John of Nepomuk, center, on February 8, 2020, in Novy Smolivec, Czech Republic. Unusual contemporary reliquaries shaped as statuettes of St John of Nepomuk will be taken to several churches in the USA by representatives of his native town of Nepomuk in the spring. The delegation will take the reliquaries to the churches dedicated to the Saint in New York, Chicago and St. Louis. The statuettes will contain soil from Nepomuk and also from Prague, where the Catholic Church martyr and one of the saint patrons of Bohemia lived and died in the 14th century. In 2021, 300 years will elapse since the beatification of John of Nepomuk by Pope Innocent XIII. (CTK Photo/Miroslav Chaloupka)、クレジット:CTK/共同通信イメージズ

  31. 2020021200639

    「CTK」 Vaclav Cesak, statuette of St John of Nepomuk Czech sculptor Vaclav Cesak poses with one of three statuettes of St John of Nepomuk, right, on February 8, 2020, in Novy Smolivec, Czech Republic. Unusual contemporary reliquaries shaped as statuettes of St John of Nepomuk will be taken to several churches in the USA by representatives of his native town of Nepomuk in the spring. The delegation will take the reliquaries to the churches dedicated to the Saint in New York, Chicago and St. Louis. The statuettes will contain soil from Nepomuk and also from Prague, where the Catholic Church martyr and one of the saint patrons of Bohemia lived and died in the 14th century. In 2021, 300 years will elapse since the beatification of John of Nepomuk by Pope Innocent XIII. (CTK Photo/Miroslav Chaloupka)、クレジット:CTK/共同通信イメージズ

  32. 2020021200439

    「CTK」 Vaclav Cesak, statuette of St John of Nepomuk An one of three statuettes of St John of Nepomuk by Czech sculptor Vaclav Cesak is seen on February 8, 2020, in Novy Smolivec, Czech Republic. Unusual contemporary reliquaries shaped as statuettes of St John of Nepomuk will be taken to several churches in the USA by representatives of his native town of Nepomuk in the spring. The delegation will take the reliquaries to the churches dedicated to the Saint in New York, Chicago and St. Louis. The statuettes will contain soil from Nepomuk and also from Prague, where the Catholic Church martyr and one of the saint patrons of Bohemia lived and died in the 14th century. In 2021, 300 years will elapse since the beatification of John of Nepomuk by Pope Innocent XIII. (CTK Photo/Miroslav Chaloupka)、クレジット:CTK/共同通信イメージズ

  33. 2020021202572

    「DPA」 Winter in Tyrol 06 February 2020, Austria, Sankt Johann In Tirol: In the early morning a blanket of fog lies in the valley of the winter landscape. The two towers of the Roman Catholic deanery parish church in Sankt Johann are clearly visible. Photo: Annette Riedl/dpa-Zentralbild/ZB、クレジット:ZB/DPA/共同通信イメージズ

  34. 2020020200561

    緊急連載「英EU離脱」5回続きの②英、分断に向かうか 英連合王国に解体の足音  プロテスタント系とカトリック系住民の紛争について語るブライアン・モーガンさん=1月25日、英領北アイルランド・ベルファスト(共同)

  35. 2020020200298

    「ルポ」ハイチ大地震から10年 大統領府、今も更地  ハイチの首都ポルトープランスで崩壊したまま再建されないカトリック大聖堂=1月22日(共同)

  36. 2020020511657

    「DPA」 Fessenheim nuclear power plant 31 January 2020, France, Fessenheim: The church tower of the Catholic Church of St. Peter and Paul in Germany stands in front of the Fessenheim nuclear power plant in France. Photo: Patrick Seeger/dpa、クレジット:DPA/共同通信イメージズ

  37. 2020020511737

    「DPA」 Fessenheim nuclear power plant 31 January 2020, France, Fessenheim: The church tower of the Catholic Church of St. Peter and Paul in Germany stands in front of the Fessenheim nuclear power plant in France. Photo: Patrick Seeger/dpa、クレジット:DPA/共同通信イメージズ

  38. 2020020511873

    「DPA」 Fessenheim nuclear power plant 31 January 2020, France, Fessenheim: The church tower of the Catholic Church of St. Peter and Paul in Germany stands in front of the Fessenheim nuclear power plant in France. Photo: Patrick Seeger/dpa、クレジット:DPA/共同通信イメージズ

  39. 2020013104917

    「DPA」 First meeting of the Synodal Way in Frankfurt 30 January 2020, Hessen, Frankfurt/Main: Demonstrators hold up a banner in front of the Frankfurt Cathedral with the slogan “The synodal way is long ... the curia is scared and anxious“. The first meeting of the Synodal Way of the Catholic Church will, from today on, deal with reform proposals on celibacy and the position of women in the Church. The reform movement “We are Church“ looks at the deliberations in Frankfurt with a mixture of hope and scepticism. Cardinal Reinhard Marx, Chairman of the German Bishops‘ Conference, Photo: Andreas Arnold/dpa、クレジット:DPA/共同通信イメージズ

  40. 2020013104798

    「DPA」 First meeting of the Synodal Way in Frankfurt 30 January 2020, Hessen, Frankfurt/Main: A demonstrator demands in front of the Frankfurt cathedral “No cover-up for abusers guilty of abuse“ with her poster. The first meeting of the Synodal Way of the Catholic Church will, from today on, deal with reform proposals on celibacy and the position of women in the Church. The reform movement “We are Church“ looks at the deliberations in Frankfurt with a mixture of hope and scepticism. Photo: Andreas Arnold/dpa、クレジット:DPA/共同通信イメージズ

  41. 2020013104799

    「DPA」 First Synodal Assembly of German Catholics 30 January 2020, Hessen, Frankfurt/Main: The control light of a camera lies over the face of Cardinal Reinhard Marx, Chairman of the German Bishops‘ Conference (DBK), at the press conference. The first meeting of the Synodal Way of the Catholic Church will, from today on, deal with reform proposals on celibacy and the position of women in the Church. The reform movement “We are Church“ looks at the deliberations in Frankfurt with a mixture of hope and scepticism. Photo: Andreas Arnold/dpa、クレジット:DPA/共同通信イメージズ

  42. 2020013104821

    「DPA」 First meeting of the Synodal Way in Frankfurt 30 January 2020, Hessen, Frankfurt/Main: Demonstrators are photographed in front of the Frankfurt Cathedral with their demo posters. The first meeting of the Synodal Way of the Catholic Church will, from today on, deal with reform proposals on celibacy and the position of women in the Church. The reform movement “We are Church“ looks at the deliberations in Frankfurt with a mixture of hope and scepticism. Photo: Andreas Arnold/dpa、クレジット:DPA/共同通信イメージズ

  43. 2020013104651

    「DPA」 First meeting of the Synodal Way in Frankfurt 30 January 2020, Hessen, Frankfurt/Main: Thomas Sternberg (l), President of the Central Committee of German Catholics, and Cardinal Reinhard Marx, Chairman of the German Bishops‘ Conference, are together at the press conference. The first meeting of the Synodal Way of the Catholic Church will, from today on, deal with reform proposals on celibacy and the position of women in the Church. The reform movement “We are Church“ looks at the deliberations in Frankfurt with a mixture of hope and scepticism. Photo: Andreas Arnold/dpa、クレジット:DPA/共同通信イメージズ

  44. 2020013104675

    「DPA」 First meeting of the Synodal Way in Frankfurt 30 January 2020, Hessen, Frankfurt/Main: Saskia Bellen, spokeswoman of the Catholic Women‘s Community of Germany (Kfd), lights a candle in a glass with the banner “Wear the Purple Cross“. The Purple Cross is symbolic of the demand for the ordination of women priests in the Catholic Church. The first meeting of the Synodal Way of the Catholic Church will, from today on, deal with reform proposals on celibacy and the position of women in the Church. The reform movement “We are Church“ looks at the deliberations in Frankfurt with a mixture of hope and scepticism. Photo: Andreas Arnold/dpa、クレジット:DPA/共同通信イメージズ

  45. 2020020100364

    「DPA」 First meeting of the Synodal Way in Frankfurt 30 January 2020, Hessen, Frankfurt/Main: A participant of the press conference takes a photo with his smartphone of Cardinal Reinhard Marx, Chairman of the German Bishops‘ Conference. The first meeting of the Synodal Way of the Catholic Church will, from today on, deal with reform proposals on celibacy and the position of women in the Church. The reform movement “We are Church“ looks at the deliberations in Frankfurt with a mixture of hope and scepticism. Photo: Andreas Arnold/dpa、クレジット:DPA/共同通信イメージズ

  46. 2020013104597

    「DPA」 First meeting of the Synodal Way in Frankfurt 30 January 2020, Hessen, Frankfurt/Main: Nikola Eterovic (l-r), Apostolic Nuncio in Germany, Cardinal Reinhard Marx, President of the German Bishops‘ Conference, and Georg B舩zing, Bishop of Limburg, stand before the Eucharist in Frankfurt Cathedral in front of the altar. The first meeting of the Synodal Way of the Catholic Church will, from today on, deal with reform proposals on celibacy and the position of women in the Church. The reform movement “We are Church“ looks at the deliberations in Frankfurt with a mixture of hope and scepticism. Photo: Andreas Arnold/dpa、クレジット:DPA/共同通信イメージズ

  47. 2020020100569

    「DPA」 First meeting of the Synodal Way in Frankfurt 30 January 2020, Hessen, Frankfurt/Main: Cardinal Reinhard Marx, Chairman of the German Bishops‘ Conference, is at the press conference. The first meeting of the Synodal Way of the Catholic Church will, from today on, deal with reform proposals on celibacy and the position of women in the Church. The reform movement “We are Church“ looks at the deliberations in Frankfurt with a mixture of hope and scepticism. Photo: Andreas Arnold/dpa、クレジット:DPA/共同通信イメージズ

  48. 2020013104623

    「DPA」 First meeting of the Synodal Way in Frankfurt 30 January 2020, Hessen, Frankfurt/Main: A woman holds a glass in the Frankfurt cathedral in which the banner “Carry the Purple Cross“ is illuminated with a candle. The Purple Cross is symbolic of the demand for the ordination of women priests in the Catholic Church. The first meeting of the Synodal Way of the Catholic Church will, from today on, deal with reform proposals on celibacy and the position of women in the Church. The reform movement “We are Church“ looks at the deliberations in Frankfurt with a mixture of hope and scepticism. Photo: Andreas Arnold/dpa、クレジット:DPA/共同通信イメージズ

  49. 2020013104788

    「DPA」 First meeting of the Synodal Way in Frankfurt 30 January 2020, Hessen, Frankfurt/Main: Cardinal Reinhard Marx, President of the German Bishops‘ Conference, walks with incense around the altar during the Eucharist in the Frankfurt Cathedral. The first meeting of the Synodal Way of the Catholic Church will, from today on, deal with reform proposals on celibacy and the position of women in the Church. The reform movement “We are Church“ looks at the deliberations in Frankfurt with a mixture of hope and scepticism. Photo: Andreas Arnold/dpa、クレジット:DPA/共同通信イメージズ

  50. 2020013104733

    「DPA」 First Synodal Assembly of German Catholics 30 January 2020, Hessen, Frankfurt/Main: The control light of a camera lies over the face of Cardinal Reinhard Marx, Chairman of the German Bishops‘ Conference (DBK), at the press conference. The first meeting of the Synodal Way of the Catholic Church will, from today on, deal with reform proposals on celibacy and the position of women in the Church. The reform movement “We are Church“ looks at the deliberations in Frankfurt with a mixture of hope and scepticism. Photo: Andreas Arnold/dpa、クレジット:DPA/共同通信イメージズ

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