Clergy, congregants give solace to shaken ← Related Article Visit The Boston Globe Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Comment on this Scroll to top of page BRIAN SNYDER/Reuters Candles were lit for those who died in the Marathon bombings and the subsequent manhunt at a Boylston Street memorial. Dina Rudick/Globe Staff The memorial to the bombing victims was moved from the intersection of Boylston and Berkeley streets to the adjacent sidewalk on Sunday. The collection will be moved again to Copley Square soon. Dina Rudick/Globe Staff Fursey Keleghan of Melrose photographed the memorial. He had brought his two girls to the site to show them the scene. Bill Greene/Globe Staff FBI investigators continued their work on Dartmouth Street behind the barracade on Newbury Street. Bill Greene/Globe Staff Christine Hepler and her daughter Rose attended a memorial service at Boylston and Berkeley streets. JIM BOURG/Reuters Two-year-old Wesley Brillant of Natick knelt in front of a memorial near the scene of the blasts on Boylston Street. MICHAEL REYNOLDS/EPA An unidentified mourner showed a program containing pictures of Krystle Campbell at her wake in Medford. MICHAEL REYNOLDS/EPA Unidentified men placed an American flag on their motorcycles outside the wake for Krystle Campbell. Kevork Djansezian/Getty Images Investigators walked the route of the Boston Marathon on Boylston Street looking for evidence. Kevork Djansezian/Getty Images People held an American flag during a candelight vigil in Boston for the victims of the Marathon attack. Matthew J. Lee/Globe Staff Fans sang along with "Sweet Caroline" during the seventh inning in Sunday afternoon's Red Sox game. Dina Rudick/Globe Staff John Dalone of Stoneham, a BAA volunteer, came to pay his respects to bombing victim Krystle Campbell. Dina Rudick/Globe Staff Countless mourners made a line that wrapped around the block as they waited to enter Dello Russo Funeral Home in Medford for Campbell's wake. michael reynolds/epa Unidentified mourners, arm-in-arm, entered the wake for Krystle Campbell, a bombing victim, in Medford on Sunday. michael reynolds/epa Hundreds of mourners waited in line to attend the wake. julio cortez/associated press An interfaith service was held near the memorial on Boylston Street. Mario Tama/Getty Images Photos of the deceased were displayed today during Mass at the Cathedral of the Holy Cross in Boston. mario tama/getty images Boston Police Superintendents William Evans, right, and Kevin Buckley attended Mass at the Cathedral of the Holy Cross. aram Boghosian for the Boston Globe Father Sean Connor held a parishioner’s child during a Mass that remembered Martin Richard at St. Ann Parish in Dorchester. barry chin/globe staff The Bruins gave their signed jerseys to first responders after today’s 3-0 win over the Panthers, at the request of season ticket holders. MICHAEL REYNOLDS/epa Courtney Brillant and her 2-year-old son Wesley on Sunday placed a placard at a memorial near the Marathon finish line. Michael Reynolds/epa Heather Orr, left, and Sarah Orr, sisters from Maine, embraced at the memorial. Jim bourg/reuters A tribute to slain MIT Police Officer Sean Collier and injured MBTA officer Richard Donohue Jr. was seen Sunday at the memorial. john moore/getty images Runners took mementos of support for Boston ahead of the 9/11 Memorial 5K Run/Walk Sunday in New York City. Ben A. Pruchnie/Getty Images Boston Marathon participants Kieth Luxon, Greg Smith, and Tricia Bun paused ahead of the London Marathon. Leon neal/afp/getty images Brian Kennedy, third from right, from Boston, stood behind a banner on a pedestrian bridge over the London Marathon course. Chris Jackson/getty images A competitor in London.