For the businessman who has changed his politics, the Miami priest
who tends to an exile flock, the retired college math professor who has
searched her conscience for guidance and the lawyer who has long
advocated reconciliation, the pilgrimage to Cuba next month represents
more than an opportunity to see Pope Benedict XVI celebrate Mass.
trip signals hope. Hope that the island will open itself up to freedom.
Hope that Miami’s Cuban-American community has matured enough to
consider other approaches. Hope that the pilgrims’ presence, and that of
their religious leader, will show the world that change is possible.
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