Problems, reflections and opinions about Cuban society, which seek to contribute to the human growth of those residing on and off the island.
Shortly after the military revolt that overthrew the populist government of General Juan Domingo Perón in the Argentine Republic, the Cuban magazine Bohemia – then one of the most influential on our continent – included, in its first two editions in November 1955, a poll entitled Opinion on Perón. and on his overthrown regime, through which opinions were gathered from various personalities of our country. Among those voices was that of a priest, Father Ángel Gaztelu, who wanted above all to be the lamp of his own house before lighting that of the other, because having the house to sweep, he was concerned about that interest in dust that of the near. However, he did not stop giving his opinion on the matter in question, and assured him that he was not interested (as a simple citizen) in any policy other than that of a government with all and for the good of all. And as a priest he confessed that he aspired to no more politics than the essential and broad one of the Quevedian concept: “The politics of God and the government of Christ”. […]