HAVANA — In a new pastoral letter, the Cuban bishops said that in “the hope for a better future,” their government should begin political reform, and the U.S. should adopt “an inclusive policy” towards their country.
“Cuba is called to be a pluralistic society … Cuba is the nation of all Cubans, with their differences and aspirations, although it has not always been this way,” the bishops wrote in “Hope Does Not Disappoint,” a pastoral letter delivered to the government and read in parishes Sept. 15.
“There should be a right to diversity with regards to thought, to creativity, to the search for truth,” they said. “Out of diversity comes the need for dialogue.”
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