GUAIMARO, Cuba — After two papal visits, the Roman Catholic Church
enjoys growing support from long-suffering Cubans yet support from the
Communist Party that rules this island nation can be described as
reluctant at best.
Priests from Cuban interior, far from the
large cities of Havana and Santiago, say it remains nearly impossible to
operate with a semblance of normalcy. They cannot approximate the kind
of church services or evangelical outreach that's commonplace in the
rest of Latin America.
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