Cuba's Cardinal Jaime Ortega, center, smiles as he waits for the image of Our Lady of Charity of El Cobre, Cuba’s patroness, during a procession in Madruga, Cuba, in 2011. s
Cuba's Cardinal Jaime Ortega, center, smiles as he waits for the image of Our Lady of Charity of El Cobre, Cuba’s patroness, during a procession in Madruga, Cuba, in 2011. s Javier Galeano AP
Cuba's Cardinal Jaime Ortega, center, smiles as he waits for the image of Our Lady of Charity of El Cobre, Cuba’s patroness, during a procession in Madruga, Cuba, in 2011. s Javier Galeano AP

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