Ramón Colás

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Without a doubt Pope Benedict XVI’s visit to Cuba will focus the world’s eyes on the island. Expectations are greater than when John Paul II visited Cuba in 1998, because now — like then — Cubans, exiles, dissidents, human-rights advocates and governments around the world want to believe that the pontiff’s trip might help end the Cuban government’s repression and intolerance. At the very least, the pontiff’s visit may help the church consolidate the gains it made in establishing a semblance of dialogue with the regime.

But what could Benedict XVI ask General-President Raúl Castro that might differ from John Paul II’s pleas?…  Seguir leyendo »