Globe photos of the week, Dec. 27 ← Related Article Visit The Boston Globe Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Comment on this Scroll to top of page Bostonians celebrate Christmas, a centenarian receives her high school diploma, and more images from Boston Globe photographers. Yoon S. Byun/Globe staff Children ran from the dining area to the amusement rides as Christmas in the City was held at the Boston Convention and Exhibition Center in Boston. Dina Rudick/Globe Staff Emily Saul, 34, of Belmont was one of dozens of hardy souls who ran the Harvard Stadium steps at 6:30 a.m. on Christmas. They are part of The November Project, a fitness group. Jessica Rinaldi for The Boston Globe Altar boy Augustine Nguyen, 9, of Dorchester held a statue of the baby Jesus as he waited for the processional to start during Christmas Eve Mass at Blessed Mother Teresa Roman Catholic Church in Dorchester. John Tlumacki/globe staff John Wuschke from South Boston, who has been homeless going on three years, waited for the annual Christmas Eve lunch to be served to close to 1,000 homeless men and women at the Pine Street Inn. Cardinal Sean O'Malley and Boston Mayor-elect Marty Walsh helped serve meals. Essdras M Suarez/Globe Staff Owen Perry, 12, who is receiving treatment for leukemia at the Dana-Farber/ Boston Children's Cancer and Blood Disorder Center in Boston, played with his sister Julia, 13, as their mother, Karen (right), finished an ovarian cancer treatment on Christmas Eve. Yoon S. Byun/Globe staff Two young women rode in the back of a van during the 2013 Christmas Parade in Lynn. Jessica Rinaldi for The Boston Globe Lily, a 5-year-old miniature Appaloosa horse, kissed Alec Zeng, 16, of Quincy as Lily's owner, Marsha Craig, a volunteer for Pet Partners, looked on at Floating Hospital for Children at Tufts Medical Center in Boston. John Tlumacki/globe staff Carlos Vallejo from Revere wore a T-shirt as the temperatures were warm while sledding with his son Leonardo, 2, on Boston Common. Jessica Rinaldi for The Boston Globe A pedestrian with a brightly colored umbrella crossed Washington Street in Boston. Lane Turner/Globe Staff Twins Elena (left) and Miroslav Ustivzhanin greeted their sister, Sofa Levina, at Terminal E at Logan Airport after arriving on their flight from Amsterdam. wendy maeda/globe staff Tina Lancelotta, 101, rejoiced after receiving her long-delayed diploma at Woburn High School, as Principal Joseph Finigan and her daughters, Maureen DelCore (rear) and Joan Bianco, looked on. Lancelotta left school during the Great Depression to help support her nine brothers and sisters. wendy maeda/globe staff Volunteers Mike Alvarado, Sam Plumley, and Jennie Santana searched a culvert behind Jeremiah Oliver's home in Fitchburg. John Tlumacki/globe staff Linda Pelletier was comforted by her attorney, Christine Tennyson, as her husband, Lou, looked on, after a judge ruled that their daughter Justina could not leave Children’s Hospital Boston and return home with them. The Pelletiers lost custody after a dispute between doctors at different hospitals over Justina’s diagnosis. John Tlumacki/globe staff Bruins goalie Tuukka Rask managed to get a stick on the puck for a third period save as he was surrounded by players during a game against the Buffalo Sabres at TD Garden. Stan Grossfeld/globe staff Ryan Parish kissed Nichole Chris of Newport, R.I., in the nosebleed section of Gillette Stadium in Foxborough. One fan said: "Everybody all the way up here is real Patriots fans. Everybody who wants to have fun is up here. " Jim Davis/Globe Staff Patriots defensive back Steve Gregory brought down Baltimore Ravens wide receiver Marlon Brown with a nice one arm tackle in the fourth quarter at M&T Bank Stadium. Jim Davis/Globe Staff Patriots running back LeGarrette Blount and quarterback Tom Brady celebrated Blount’s fourth quarter touchdown that essentially wrapped up the Ravens game.