Tag: Cuba

Couple credits Casa for successful transition

Couple credits Casa for successful transition

| December 18, 2012 | 0 Comments

Casa Guadalupana is a house of hospitality rooted in the spirit of Dorothy Day and the Catholic Worker movement she helped found. Ask any of the 156 people that have stayed there since 2004, and they’ll say it’s also a family.

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Cuba: engagement is the only way forward

Cuba: engagement is the only way forward

| Mar Muñoz-Visoso | May 3, 2012 | 0 Comments

I was privileged to accompany U.S. bishops and hundreds of pilgrims to Cuba for Pope Benedict XVI’s visit to the island nation. The memories of the experience are still sinking in. We visited Santiago and Havana.

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Cuba: el acercamiento es el único camino a seguir

Cuba: el acercamiento es el único camino a seguir

| Mar Muñoz-Visoso | May 3, 2012 | 0 Comments

Tuve el privilegio de acompañar a los obispos de Estados Unidos y centenares de peregrinos a la isla de Cuba, para la visita del Papa Benedicto XVI. Los recuerdos de esta experiencia todavía están latentes. Visitamos Santiago y La Habana.

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Vatican today — April 4, 2012

Vatican today — April 4, 2012

• Benedict XVI recalls his apostolic trip to Mexico and Cuba
• Pope recalls victims of anti personnel mines
• Other Pontifical acts
• In memoriam
• Notice

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Pope recognizes Cubans’ struggles

Pope recognizes Cubans’ struggles

| Francis X. Rocca | March 28, 2012 | 0 Comments

Celebrating an outdoor Mass on his first day in Cuba, Pope Benedict XVI acknowledged the struggles of the country’s Catholics after half a century of communism and described human freedom as a necessity for both salvation and social justice.

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Vatican today — March 21, 2012

Vatican today — March 21, 2012

• Statistics for the Catholic church in Mexico and Cuba
• Other Pontifical Acts

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