The World Religious Freedom Report 2023, presented on June 22 by Aid to the Church in Need (ACN) reported on religious freedom in Cuba.
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The Vatican reported that, during the brief conversation, the Pope and Miguel Díaz-Canel spoke of the importance of diplomatic relations between the Holy See and Cuba, ‘evoking the historic visit of St. John Paul II in 1998, of which it is the 25th anniversary.’
Protests of the island’s communist government took place across Cuba July 11-12.
The Register spoke with Eduardo Cardet, leader of the Christian Liberation Movement in Cuba, amidst ongoing calls for freedom and regime change on the communist-controlled island.
Unprecedented demonstrations are underway on the economically crippled, communist-ruled island, calling not just for material relief, but systematic change.
Archbishop Perez was born in Miami to Cuban emigrants, while Bishops Bishop Estevez, Bishop Cruz, and Bishop Cisneros were all born in Cuba.
Protesters in some regions marched with the image of Our Lady of Charity, the national Marian advocate of Cuba.
NEWS ANALYSIS: Havana’s retired archbishop’s July 26 death compels a review of his complex legacy.