Miguel Díaz-Canel abruptly cut short a planned visit to the Church of the Transfiguration in New York City’s Chinatown after paying tribute to Venerable Félix Varela, a priest and patriot of the island nation.
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“We have been threatened with being prosecuted and being imprisoned if we continue to publish our opinion on the situation in the country in the media when it doesn’t agree with the official version of the government,” Father Reyes told ACI Prensa.
The priest said his father had to undergo emergency surgery at the Saturnino Lora Provincial Hospital after being hit on the head with a machete, which fractured his skull.
Father Reyes, who often reflects on Facebook about the current situation in Cuba, said the population is crying out for ‘the end of communism and the arrival of freedom.’
In late November, in its letter for the beginning of Advent, the Cuban Conference of Catholic Bishops also referred to the phenomenon of migration.
The nuns at the Monastery of the Discalced Carmelites of St. Teresa in Havana are grateful for generosity and the True Presence.
A boat from Miami sank when it was struck Oct. 29 by a Cuban coast guard vessel, causing the death of at least seven people.
'He told me that he was officially warning me that I could be criminally prosecuted if I continue to publish,' the journalist said.
In September Hurricane Ian left Cuba without electricity for a time, and protests began breaking out in cities such as Holguín, Guanabacoa, and Havana demanding the restoration of power.