MEXICO CITY (AP) - For
his first visit to Spanish-speaking Latin America, Pope Benedict XVI has
chosen the region's most Roman Catholic country -- and its least.
In Catholic Mexico, towns
throw parties for their patron saints, pilgrims prostrate themselves at
shrines and many people still cross themselves every time they pass a
church. In Cuba, abortions are legal and many adults have been divorced
more often than they've been to Mass.
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