Twins Day One

Conjoined twin Maria Teresa is back in

intensive care with her sister after nearly five hours of surgery

to clear up bleeding in her brain.

Both of the one-year-old girls are in critical but stable

condition after a marathon operation to separate them. They were

born joined at the top of the head, facing in opposite directions.

They shared bone and blood vessels, but have separate brains.

The family at home in Guatemala is keeping a close eye on their

progress. Juliana (hoo-lee-AH'-nuh) Hernandez, the twins'

85-year-old great-grandmother, says she'd love to give them a hug.

All 500 people in her village went to Mass last night to pray

for the little girls, "asking God to guide the doctors' hands

during the surgery," as their grandmother says.