First-hand accounts of Pope Benedict’s visit to Cuba, drawing constrasts and comparisons between his mass at Antonio Maceo Plaza in Santiago (pictured left), where an anti-government protester was beaten and arrested, and the service at Revolution Plaza in Havana. The Pope’s message will also be discussed, most specifically its perceived effect on the faithful minority and the populace in general.
María Cristina Beyra, CCCNY
Rev. Tomás del Valle, Siglo XXI
Moderator: Mario J. Paredes, Roman Catholic Ministries
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