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A View of Cuba

When it comes to being able to discover Cuba, I have to give credit to President Clinton. The “People to People” program started in his administration does foster “meaningful interactions between you and individuals in Cuba.” It’s also the only way sixteen other Americans and I could legally visit. Continue reading

Spirituality in Cuba: Not What You Think

Spirituality in Cuba today reflects the country’s rich diversity and colonial roots. Despite the communist government’s previous repression of religious expression, Cubans are now “free to practice whatever they want,” according to the Cuban guide of a cultural tour I took of Havana, just a week before the arrival of Roman Catholic Pope Francis. Continue reading