Cuban cardinal seen as major figure in country’s future
Catholic World News - July 19, 2011
With Fidel Castro incapacitated and his brother Raul—the country’s current leader—growing older, Cuba looks toward an uncertain future. An analysis in USA Today explains how and why Cardinal Jamie Lucas Ortega y Alamino of Havana could emerge as an important factor as the island nation takes its first steps out of the Castro era.
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