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“The witness of a man tested by pain and illness” marked a ‘before’ and an ‘after’ for Cuban Catholics.
The Caribbean island of Cuba is often seen as a holiday paradise for foreign tourists, but a continuing economic crisis in the country is severely …
Says Sister Maria Isabel, “Once again we want to express our gratitude for your support, a gratitude echoed also in the grateful thanks of so …
“Barring a miracle, we are going to have to abandon Cuba. It would be a great tragedy, because I believe that our charism of redemption, and our presence here, are vital to the people of the area.”
The first church built on state-owned land in Havana—and dedicated to St. John Paul II—is almost a reality
“The work has been delayed by various cyclones and a hurricane, to say nothing of the tremendous difficulty in trying to get hold of the building materials. But now we can see our dream already almost fulfilled.”
“Besides the economic issues, I believe that Cuba’s primary problem is the collapse of the family. The father figure has ceased to exist.”