Special Reports

Holguin.- Cuban President Raul Castro attended a mass officiated by Pope Francis in the eastern city of Holguin, the second leg of his Cuba Papal visit, which will conclude in Santiago de Cuba on Tuesday.

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Havana.- Pope Francis visited the leader of the Cuban Revolution, Fidel Castro, on Sunday, following his Mass delivered in Havana.

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Havana.- In his message to the Cuban people during Sunday's mass, Pope Francis said human beings should serve one another and not ideologies. He said: “The importance of the people and nations is measured by the extend to which they are willing and ready to serve others. Those who don't put their lives at the service of others, do not lead lives worth living.”

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Camagüey.- Who would have thought that in less than two decades the cayman of the Caribbean Sea would be visited by three Pedro's descendents of the last years? Cuba is a people of deep faith, of a religious tradition that has been constructed from the routine. Then, perhaps for it, it has been visited by St John Paul II and Benedict XVI, and now by Pope Francis.

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Camagüey.- The auxiliary officials of the Army of Salvation, captains Luis Pupo Batista and Luisa Maria Reina Gómez, both from Holguin, joined in the faith and in marriage for over 18 years, realize their mission “that is to share Jesus's gospel” in Camagüey already for one year, and they are ruled for the maxim of the Council of Churches of Cuba of being “one so that the world believes”.

Havana.- Cuban President Raúl Castro is at the José Martí Revolution Square, attending a mass by visiting Pope Francis.

Havana.- Pope Francis says that the process toward the normalization of relations between Cuba and the United States is an example of reconciliation.

Havana.- Just a few minutes ago -at approximately 3:59 p.m. local time- the plane with Pope Francis arrived at the Jose Marti International Airport in Havana.  The Pontiff was received by Cuban President Raul Castro and other high-ranking members of the Government and the diplomatic corps accredited in Havana.

Camagüey.- The computerization of the Cuban society is neither a slogan nor utopia. It is reaffirmed in all the sectors with the access of the citizens to the new technologies of the information and the communications and the approach to the services. Although there is a process that is executed for several years like example of the will of the State policy, evidence in these moments a frank development.