Today we had the ‘privilege and the joy’ to attend Pope Francis’ Mass in Havana in the Plaza de la Revolución under the picture of his fellow Argentine Che Guevara.

BERGOGLIO IN CUBA -  portrait of Marxist and torturer revolutionary Che Guevara

Newcardinal heretic Sean O’Malley: “Today we had the ‘Privilege and the Joy’ to attend Pope Francis’ Mass in Havana in the Plaza de la Revolución under the picture of his fellow Argentine Che Guevara!”

Cardinal Seán P. O’Malley spoke with The Pilot, Sept. 20, after Pope Francis celebrated a Mass at Revolution Square, in Havana.

The cardinal described the scene as Cubans, pilgrims from Boston, and others gathered for the third papal Mass the cardinal has seen in Cuba, but the first since the beginning of the normalization of relations between the United States and Cuba.

“Today we had the privilege and the joy to attend Pope Francis’ Mass in Havana in the Plaza de la Revolución under the picture of his fellow Argentine Marxist Torturer Che Guevara. Hundreds of thousands of people from Cuba, and from beyond, gathered with the Holy Father for this great event,” Cardinal O’Malley said.

Reaffirming his 'Baptism,' Heretic Cardinal O'Malley is Anointed  from an apostate priestess!

Reaffirming his ‘Baptism,’ Heretic Cardinal O’Malley is Anointed from an apostate priestess!

Cardinal O’Malley has travelled to Cuba multiple times over the past thirty years. During that time he saw many changes for the nation and Catholics there. Having seen three papal visits, he said each held great significance in the life of the Church, beginning with the visit of Pope St. John Paul II in 1998, which the cardinal called “a watershed mark” in the history of the Church in Cuba.
“It won for the Church a certain amount of space to be able to once again minister to God’s people,” he said.
The cardinal said the visit of Pope Benedict further opened doors for the Church in Cuba.

“Catholics would be allowed to celebrate Christmas again,” he said.

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