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Lo que dijo el Arzobispo Thomas Wenski

Publicado: 10/09/2012 16:51

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Parte de la Homilí­a del Arzobispo en la celebración del 400 aniversario del hallazgo de la VirgentSaturday, September 08, 2012

"... Hoy entre nosotros hay muchos que sienten la desesperanza y piensan que las plegarias por la libertad de la patria parece que no encuentran repuesta. Pasan los años y con ellos desaparecen pilares y referentes que animaban nuestro exilio. Hombres y mujeres que han orado y luchado por ver a Cuba libre. Esta noche sentimos la ausencia del Padre Luis Pérez y de nuestro querido Monseñor Román y de tantos otros, obispos, sacerdotes, religiosas y laicos que han partido hacia la casa del Padre sin haber visto cumplido el sueño de una Cuba libre. Y recordamos especialmente a Osvaldo Payá Sardiñas y a Harold Cepero, y con ellos a todos los que han sacrificado sus vidas por una Patria con todos y para el bien de todos. Todos ellos desde el abrazo del Padre de los cielos nos acompañan en esta noche, unidos a nosotros bajo el manto amoroso de la Virgen de la Caridad. Junto a ellos repetimos la misma jaculatoria que rezaban los mambises: ¡Virgen de la Caridad, cúbrenos con tu manto! Si, cúbrenos con tu manto para que - en las palabras del Papa Benedicto al despedirse de Cuba - "Cuba sea la casa de todos y para todos los cubanos donde convivan la justicia y la libertad en un clima de serena fraternidad..." Thomas Wenski

(En la foto tomada de Facebook.com de izquierda a derecha los miembros del CCPDH los ex-presos politicos Domingo Jorde Delgado, Pedro Pablo Alvarez Ramos. padre Thomas Wensky, Nilda esposa de Domingo Jorge, Oscar Peña y Tomas Rodriguez).

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  • Just graduated doctors have their picture taken holding their diplomas after a graduation ceremony at the 'Karl Marx' theater in Havana, Cuba, Wednesday, July 18, 2012. (AP Photo/Ramon Espinosa)

  • A man and a woman talk after their graduation as nurses outside the 'Karl Marx' theater in Havana, Cuba, Wednesday, July 18, 2012. (AP Photo/Ramon Espinosa)

  • A Cuban man leaves on the back of a motorcycle driven by a friend after graduating as doctor at the 'Karl Marx' theater in Havana, Cuba, Wednesday, July 18, 2012. (AP Photo/Ramon Espinosa)

  • In this picture taken July 6, 2012, Rogelio Alonso, 74, center, plows a piece of land using a pair of oxen in Los Palos, Cuba. Cuba grapples with having the oldest citizenry in Latin America, a phenomenon fueled by low birth rates and long life expectancies, plus the migration of young people and women. The government has already postponed the retirement age and is trying to create more homes and programs for the elderly, but still will have to handle the economic consequences of its increasingly graying population. (AP Photo/Ramon Espinosa)

  • Retired taxi driver Jose Miguel, 69, carries one of his dogs to hand to a tourist in old Havana, Cuba, Tuesday, Aug. 7, 2012. To supplement his pension Jose Miguel photographs tourists with his dogs. Cuba grapples with having the oldest citizenry in Latin America, a phenomenon fueled by low birth rates and long life expectancies, plus the migration of young people and women. The government has already postponed the retirement age and is trying to create more homes and programs for the elderly, but still will have to handle the economic consequences of its increasingly graying population.(AP Photo/Ramon Espinosa)

  • In this picture taken Aug 2, 2012, a couple dances at a senior center, that provides retirees with medical attention, meals and social activities, in Havana, Cuba. Cuba grapples with having the oldest citizenry in Latin America, a phenomenon fueled by low birth rates and long life expectancies, plus the migration of young people and women. The government has already postponed the retirement age and is trying to create more homes and programs for the elderly, but still will have to handle the economic consequences of its increasingly graying population.(AP Photo/Ramon Espinosa)

  • In this picture taken Aug 2, 2012, women dance at a senior center, that provides retirees with medical attention, meals and social activities, in Havana, Cuba. Cuba grapples with having the oldest citizenry in Latin America, a phenomenon fueled by low birth rates and long life expectancies, plus the migration of young people and women. The government has already postponed the retirement age and is trying to create more homes and programs for the elderly, but still will have to handle the economic consequences of its increasingly graying population.(AP Photo/Ramon Espinosa)

  • Cubans pose for a picture on a sidewalk in Guantanamo, Cuba, on the eve of the country's Revolution Day, Wednesday, July 25, 2012. Revolution Day marks the July 26, 1953 rebel attack led by Fidel and Raul Castro on the Moncada military barracks. The attack is considered the beginning of the revolution that culminated with dictator Fulgencio Batista's ouster. (AP Photo/Ramon Espinosa)

  • Bartender Alejandro Bolivar prepares a daiquiri to help fill a giant fiber-composite cocktail glass at El Floridita tavern in Old Havana, Cuba, Saturday, July 21, 2012. The event was staged to honor the 195th anniversary of the bar, which means "Little Florida" in Spanish and bills itself as the "cradle of the daiquiri." The giant cocktail also honored the 113 years since the birth of its most famous frequent customer, Nobel Prize-winning novelist Ernest Hemingway, of whom a life-sized sculpture sits barside. Legend has it that Hemingway, who took his daiquiris without sugar, once downed 13 doubles in one sitting. (AP Photo/Franklin Reyes)

  • A boy jumps into the water at the Malecon in Havana, Cuba, Wednesday, July 18, 2012.(AP Photo/Ramon Espinosa)

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