The execution of three Christian militants in Indonesia was met with prayers and protests from the country's Christian minority
A requiem was held in Palu, the capital of Central Sulawesi, where the executions took place.
At least 1,000 people packed the church to pray for the three men.
Marianus Riwu, Fabianus Tibo and Dominggus da Silva were shot by police firing squad just before dawn.
The bodies of Tibo and Riwu were flown to their home towns. Da Silva was buried in Palu.
The execution triggered violent protests, mainly in the areas they were born and had lived.
But the violence appeared to be directed at the authorities, not Muslims.
The men had been found guilty of masterminding attacks on Muslims in 2000, during deadly religious fighting in the province.
Security had been tight in the days leading up to the execution for fear it might trigger renewed violence.
Families of the three men said they maintained their innocence. The executions were condemned by the Vatican, the EU and Amnesty International.