domenica 27 novembre 2016

How Fidel’s faith remained a mystery to the end
(Austen Ivereigh) The Jesuit-educated Fidel Castro rejected the Church of his childhood following the 1959 Cuban revolution, and for two decades never met a bishop. But then came a book-long interview with a Brazilian friar, and growing closeness between Church and state in Cuba -- as well as tantalizing signs that Castro was seeking reconciliation with his Catholic faith. (...)