‘My people are being killed by communism and the violence that goes with it,’ a Cuban participant in a demonstration in Rome told the Register.
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Archbishop Dionisio Guillermo García Ibáñez asked Our Lady to assure Cubans that Christ ‘always accompanies us.’
The Holy Father reflected on the day’s Gospel reading, Mark 6:30-34; in his Angelus, he also said he is close to ‘the dear Cuban people’ and prayed for flood victims in Europe and for violence-plagued South Africa.
The Yale University history professor and award-winning author gives insights into the Cuban protests that sparked government crackdown and revived a U.S.-based debate over the causes of Cuba’s imploding economy.
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.