The nuns at the Monastery of the Discalced Carmelites of St. Teresa in Havana are grateful for generosity and the True Presence.
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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.
In April 2021, Martínez Cádiz announced that he received death threats from a follower of the Castro regime, who accused him of being too critical of the dictatorship.
The project’s logo shows a silhouette of the Our Lady of Charity, the patroness of Cuba, with the colors of the national flag.
In November 2020, the priest expressed his support for a group of activists from the San Isidro Movement, who were on a hunger strike.
Beginning on Aug. 19, the Cuban regime for several days cracked down on the massive protests against power outages—up to 18 hours every day—that the city has undergone for several weeks.
Cuba is experiencing an energy crisis, causing frequent electrical blackouts and leading some residents to repeat the anti-government protests of last summer.
Participants processed with the cathedral’s statue of St. James to the atrium of the church where the prelate blessed the city of Santiago de Cuba.