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Faithful Who Stayed Home Have Options To Watch Pope In Cuba

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(Source: Pool) Pope Benedict blesses the crowd as he is at the door of his plane, preparing to leave Mexico.

(Source: Pool) Pope Benedict blesses the crowd as he is at the door of his plane, preparing to leave Mexico.

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MIAMI (CBSMiami) – For the faithful, the best thing is to be in Cuba to see the pope in person, but if that’s just not possible, there are a number of places in South Florida where you can go to watch with others to share the experience.

For many, the Shrine of Our Lady of Charity in Miami is the perfect place to go. The Archdiocese has set up a large screen at this most Cuban of shrines located along Biscayne Bay.

It houses a replica of the statuette of Our Lady of Charity which is in El Cobre, Cuba, the discovery of which 400 years ago provided the reason for Pope Benedict’s visit.

The big screen will be there for three days, and Masses will be held daily.

South Florida parishes will hold smaller observances, and Catholic schools will have their students watch parts of the proceedings.

WHERE TO WATCH
Shrine of Our Lady of Charity, 3609 S. Miami Ave
The big screen simulcast will be Monday at 6:30 p.m., Tuesday at 10:30 a.m., and Wednesday starting at 10 a.m.

UNIVISION
The network will broadcast the Havana mass 9-11 a.m. Wednesday

EWTN
The Catholic network EWTN will carry all of the masses and most of the surrounding events live. This may be on your cable or satellite provider.

ONLINE
CBSMiami.com will carry much of the visit with live streaming video.

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