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November 14, 2015

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connie rees

the word picture you drew of Father Jesus was beautiful. the peace, love and joy in his eyes might well serve as encouragement Toward life to those whose inclination is to ball up in fear for safety.
you have in these first installments captured the complicated pleasures, pain and pride of the Cuban people.

Mishy Lesser

hi Paul. I really enjoyed reading this blog post and agree: if this is socialism, I want to know more. all best to you,

Deb Waldman

Thanks Paul for another wonderful travel blog. Cuba has been on my travel list for quite a few years. Looking forward to seeing you over New Year’s!

Carolyn Liesy

I really enjoyed this too. What a compelling example this Priest sets. Hope you had a good holiday!!

Jay (Victor) Grant

One of the most impressive men I have ever met who put into practice what he believes. For me he was inspiring and put forth a challenge in my own life to be more like him.

Paul A. Tamburello, Jr. aka pt at large

Havana was full of surprises for me, this man was at the top of the list. He'd be pleased to know his effect on others, especially those who work in your field.

Ann Baker

Good reporting….Looking forward to the next installment. Thanks, Ann

Jay (Victor) Grant

Some very sweet seniors, watched over by some very sweet caretakers.

Claudia Mayol

I personally met father Lusarreta in "la milagrosa" when I was young, he gave some much to the community!! So grateful to see this article.

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