Religion: F

As the first pilgrims gathered one day last week for the annual month-long celebration at the village of Fátima, Portugal, they witnessed a moving ceremony. From Fátima's* cemetery, carrying two small coffins that had been reverently exhumed there, moved a solemn little procession. Slowly it wound its way through the streets to the basilica of Our Lady of Fátima. Inside, in the center of the chancel, were reburied the bones of Francisco Marto and his sister Jacinta.

The children's new resting place was close by the spot in the rocky Portuguese hills, 70 miles...

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