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Hundreds of Miami Catholics to attend Pope’s Masses in Cuba

Catholic World News - January 12, 2012

Describing the Archdiocese of Miami as “almost like another archdiocese of Cuba’’ because of the number of Cuban-Americans there, Archbishop Thomas Wenski says that “several hundred” Miami Catholics will travel to Cuba for Pope Benedict’s apostolic journey there.

In visiting Cuba, the Pope will “affirm the faith of the Church and also perhaps to open up Cuban society to the world,” said Archbishop Wenski. “Pope Benedict has said on many occasions that a world without God is a world without hope; it’s a world without a future.”

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