Ramon Saul Sanchez

Locals Celebrate Papal Mass Across South FloridaA sense of excitement and spirituality filled churches and homes across South Florida Sunday, as Pope Francis celebrated his first mass in Cuba.
Pope Francis Begins First Full Day In CubaPope Francis opens his first full day in Cuba on Sunday with what normally would be the culminating highlight of a papal visit: Mass before hundreds of thousands of people in Havana's evocative Revolution Plaza.
Pope Francis' 10-Day Trip To Cuba, US UnderwayPope Francis begins a 10-day trip to Cuba and the United States on Saturday, embarking on his first trip to the onetime Cold War foes after helping to nudge forward their historic rapprochement. He will be offering a show of solidarity with Cubans and making clear that Hispanics in the United States are the bedrock of the American church.
In TV Message, Pope Tells Cubans That Jesus Loves ThemPope Francis delivered an unprecedented televised message to the Cuban people ahead of a four-day trip to the island, telling them on state television Thursday night that Jesus "never abandons us" and he "loves you very much."
Cuba’s Foreign Minister Says Preps Underway For Pope’s Historic VisitPreparations are underway for the pope's visit to Cuba this weekend and the island's foreign minister said the country can't wait for Francis' historic journey.
Report: Man Missing At Sea After Trying To Flee CubaOn the eve of the landmark announcement signaling a policy shift between the U.S. and Cuba, a group of Cubans tried to flee the communist island.
Cuban Migrant Reunited With Miami-Dade Father After 35 Years- A 39-year-old Cuban migrant who spent eight days at sea trying to get to the U.S. was reunited Tuesday with a father who he had not seen in 35 years.
Cubans Protest Treatment In The BahamasCuban Americans, protesting the treatment of migrants in the Bahamas, have resurfaced attention to longstanding complaints about the conditions of confinement for people seeking to reach the U.S., often with the help of human smugglers.
Cuban Exiles Set Off For Cuba's CoastTo mark the United Nation's International Human Rights Day, a coalition of Cuban exile groups are headed across the Florida Straits to protest off the coast of Cuba.
Activists To Shoot Fireworks Off The Coast Of HavanaTo mark the United Nation's International Human Rights Day, a coalition of Cuban exile groups plans to shoot fireworks off the coast of Havana to bring attention to the rights violations committed by the Cuban government.
Exile Group Planning Fireworks Off Of Cuban CoastCuban residents are in for quite a show if a small, Miami-based Cuban exile group pulls off a planned fireworks show in an effort to draw attention to the island’s dissident community.
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