Apparently, only priests who are approved by the communist Castro dictatorship were allowed to attend an event at the University of Havana with Cardinal Benjamino Stella, who was sent to Cuba by Pope Francis.
Cuban priest prohibited from attending event with Cardinal Benjamino Stella at the University of Havana
Cuban priest Jorge Luis Perez Soto denounced that he was not allowed to enter the University of Havana where Cardinal Benjamino Stella, who was sent by Pope Francis, was giving a speech.
Perez Soto, who hails from the San Francisco de Paula parish in the town of Diez de Octubre, had been invited to the event by the church. However, he was later taken off the list by “other” people.
Nevertheless, the priest said he was “happy” about it, and also very happy and proud of being a child of the Holy Catholic Church and hear the voice of the institution through the words of Cardinal Stella.
“He who has ears should listen,” said Perez Soto on Facebook, where he shared three significant excerpts from the prelate’s conference.
“Freedom cannot be subordinated to any calculation of interests or circumstances or wait for better times to propitiate it,” Stella said in the University’s Aula Magna, in the presence of President Miguel Díaz-Canel.
Continue reading (in Spanish) HERE.