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Sunday, 21 July, 2002, 14:57 GMT 15:57 UK
POPE IN CUBA


Jose Marti airport The Pope's historic tour of Cuba
Pope John Paul II has a packed schedule for his trip to Cuba this week.

Pope John Paul II Cuba's second coming?
After years of secular education, Cuba is no longer a profoundly Catholic country. Indeed, one of the most frequent questions young Cubans ask is: Who is the pope?

Fidel Castro Cuba visit elicits great expectations
The world will watch Pope John Paul II's first visit to Cuba with fascination. But analysts say that for ordinary Cubans it is unlikely to bring great change.

Miami's Cubans protest about Pope's visit
Much of the most intense debate over the Pope's visit to Cuba is not raging in Havana, but in Miami, Florida.


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