Photo gallery Globe photos of the week, May 30, 2014 ← Related Article Visit The Boston Globe Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Comment on this Scroll to top of page A woman bounced a soccer ball off of her head at the MIT Museum, students admired a giant ant sculpture on Cape Cod, and more of the week’s best images. Essdras M. Suarez/Globe Staff After Cardinal Sean P. O'Malley ordained nine men to the priesthood at Cathedral of the Holy Cross on May 24, the Rev. Jacques McGuffie (left) congratulated Lawrence Michael Tocci. Jessica Rinaldi/Globe Staff Cheryl Samms sat beside the grave of her mother, Edith Ramsey, and stepfather, Curtis Ramsey, who fought in the Korean War, as she visited Mount Hope Cemetery in Mattapan. John Tlumacki/Globe Staff Silvina Cajueiro of Las Vegas bounced a ball off her head during the Science of Soccer & World Cup Kick-Off at the MIT Museum Saturday. Matthew J. Lee/globe staff The crowd reacted to the band Bastille on stage at the Boston Calling Music Festival at City Hall Plaza. Dina Rudick/Globe Staff Genevieve Johnson, 94, walked through the hallways of Westford Academy with the help of her "Dream Team" (from left) Christina Caviston, Caroline Eliopoulos, and Grace Gosselin. Johnson, who dropped out of high school a few credits short during the Great Depression, has now finished up her studies and is graduating on June 6. Jessica Rinaldi/Globe Staff Katie Starbuck biked her four children from daycare to their swim lessons in Cambridge. David L. Ryan/Globe Staff Despite rainy weather, the swan boats in the Boston Public Garden kept busy with school groups on field trips. David L. Ryan/Globe Staff A group of students on a field trip checked out the giant ant sculpture at Heritage Museums and Gardens in Sandwich on Cape Cod. David L. Ryan/Globe Staff The Edgar Degas’ sculpture “Little Fourteen-Year-Old Dancer” was wheeled back to the renovated Impressionist Gallery at the Museum of Fine Arts by MFA staff members (from left) Dante Vallance, Brian Campbell, and Paul Picardi. The artwork’s return was videoed for later use. Lane Turner/Globe Staff A runner made his way around the Cleveland Circle Reservoir Trail on a chilly and overcast May 28. Joanne Rathe/Globe Staff Dr. Flo Tseng observed the flight of a snowy owl at Tufts Wildlife Clinic in Grafton. Injured at Logan Airport, the owl will soon be released back into the wild. Jessica Rinaldi/Globe Staff Rafael Guerrero of Boston English fielded a ball hit by Frandy Peguero of Boston International during the City League High School Baseball Championships in Boston. John Tlumacki/Globe Staff Red Sox players surrounded Xander Bogaerts at first base after his infield single in the ninth inning won the game over the Atlanta Braves at Fenway Park. John Tlumacki/Globe Staff Jackie Bradley Jr. dived safely into home plate scoring the winning run on the ninth-inning single by Xander Bogaerts. Stan Grossfeld/Globe Staff Former Red Sox outfielder Manny Ramirez greeted former teammate Johnny Damon at a reunion of the 2004 World Championship Red Sox on May 29.