The article I looked at for this week's analysis was from the Washington Post. It was a set of mini-features from Holy Week around the world.
In my opinion, the story depicts the different ways Easter was celebrated around the world pretty clearly- sans stereotyping. I thought the pictures did a great job of doing that.
The piece moved away from stereotyping, because it showed how many different cultures appreciated Easter, in multiple formats. Some cultures used parades, some used passion plays, and some used prayer.
There wasn't anything in the story that I would have expected, which is what I feel would have been stereotypes.