Globe photos of the week, June 20, 2014 ← Related Article Visit The Boston Globe Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Comment on this Scroll to top of page Pat Greenhouse/Globe Staff A woman knelt to pray during Mass at a Uganda Martyrs Day Celebration at St. Mary Church in Waltham. Thea Breite/Globe Staff People from the Northeastern campus climbed the stairs to a parking garage during the first day of orientation for entering freshmen. Essdras M Suarez/Globe Staff Jennifer Collins (left) and her wife, Ruth Ewing, both of Maynard, did some step dancing before Saturday's Gay Pride Parade in Boston. John Tlumacki/Globe Staff Delegate Bourdi Apreala of Milton arrived early at the DCU Center in Worcester for the Democratic State Convention. David L. Ryan/Globe Staff Soraya Maisonet, a fifth-grader from the Lincoln School in Brookline, got some water from her teacher, Corey Clifford, at the Old State House in Boston during a field trip on the Freedom Trail. Jonathan Wiggs/Globe Staff Retired Air Force Corporal Max Pelton, a military war dog, was honored by adopted owner Pam Pelton and the Rev. Brian Cullinane at his burial at Hillside Acre Animal Cemetery in Methuen. Jessica Rinaldi/Globe Staff From left, Mitchell Director, 13, his mother, Robin, and neighbor Roberta Fishman walked past the place where Simmons College student Haley Cremer was struck and killed by a motor vehicle while jogging in Sharon. Suzanne Kreiter/Globe staff Former secretary of state Madeleine Albright showed her "Read My Pins" exhibition to members of the media at Wellesley College's Davis Museum. Zack Wittman for the boston globe Rainere Martin, a Donna Summer tribute singer, performed "Hot Stuff" during a ceremony at disco star Summers’s alma mater, Jeremiah E. Burke High School in Dorchester. Matthew J. Lee/globe staff Starting pitcher Michael Dragon (16) was greeted at the dugout by teammate Christian Wilson during their Milton Little League playoff game against Team Piatelli at Milton High School. John Tlumacki/Globe Staff Stevan Ridley’s face shield reflected the sun as the Patriots held a minicamp at their practice field at Gillette Stadium. Jim Davis/globe staff Red Sox left fielder Daniel Nava lost a fly ball hit by the Indians’ Carlos Santana in the sun during a game at Fenway Park. Jim Davis/globe staff Red Sox batter Mike Napoli was mobbed by teammates following his game-winning 10th-inning home run against the Minnesota Twins at Fenway Park.