Catholic Church in Cuba

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People queue to buy food in Havana on March 27, 2024. Claims of lack of food coupled with long blackouts, which affected almost the entire Cuban population in recent weeks, led hundreds of people to demonstrate on March 17 in at least four cities in the country, in the largest protests recorded since the historic anti-government marches of July 11, 2021.

Catholic Church in Cuba offers to facilitate dialogue between government and opposition

Apr 20, 2024

By Eduardo Berdejo

In an interview with NBC News, the priest referred to protests that once again shook the country, this time in... Read more

A Sacred Heart of Jesus Parish procession honoring the patroness of Cuba on Sept. 7, 2023.

More Holy Week processions prohibited in Cuba

Mar 28, 2024

By Diego López Marina

The regime of President Miguel Díaz-Canel in Cuba has prohibited several Holy Week processions in different cities of the country. Read more

Archbishop Dionisio Guillermo García of Santiago de Cuba prays before an image of Mary in the Basilica National Sanctuary of Our Lady of Charity on March 24, 2024.

Cuban archbishop makes emotional plea to Virgin Mary for electricity, food, and freedom 

Mar 26, 2024

By Diego López Marina

The archbishop of Santiago de Cuba, Dionisio Guillermo García, offered a lengthy prayer before the nation’s patroness, the Virgin of... Read more

Rosa María Payá coordinates the pro-Cuba democracy platform Cuba Decide. She is the daughter of the revered late Catholic Cuban dissident Oswaldo Payá.

‘Cuba Decides’ initiative says Cubans are ready to transition to democracy

Mar 21, 2024

By Eduardo Berdejo

The Cuba Decides initiative is calling on the international community to support the country’s peaceful transition to democracy. Read more