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What -- site now nearly 200000.
Flocking to an outdoor mass held by the Pope.
And Santiago Cuba today the Pope continues his care.
Look -- that.
His first papal visit to Cuba and fourteen years or hope that news.
Steve Harrigan string -- at a Havana what's on the agenda -- Steve good morning.
Billy have been Democrats every step of the way for Pope Benedict the sixteenth upon his -- -- yesterday afternoon Santiago he was greeted by Cuban president Raul Castro.
With a two handed -- -- the first of two outdoor masses the Pope spent part of the morning visiting.
A sixteen inch wooden statue of the virgin marry.
Our lady of mercy has become Cuba's patron saint in a very powerful -- for believers and nonbelievers alike in Cuba.
His visit the Pope said I will kneel before the mother got.
Outdoor mass scheduled here for -- at 9 o'clock tomorrow morning we could see 500000.
People in attendance -- holy cow what is his message strip what does he said -- -- It's -- a lot of concern especially the Cuban government over how much criticism they could get from the Pope so far on the ground that criticism has been -- The Pope said in his homily last night -- should strive for more open society but he is not really attacked content isn't directly.
It looks like the effort here will be -- build bridges between the state.
And the church the church's goals more practical.
They wanna do more charity work on the island they want -- schools they -- to get their leaders and mass on television.
So really incremental steps by this -- in the -- -- hoping to build bridges.
With this Communists and wants a -- leadership.
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