El desafío de la escucha en el proceso sinodal

The challenge of listening in the synodal process

Next October, the Pope will begin a three-year synodal journey divided into three phases (diocesan, continental and universal). The Catholic Church in Cuba is preparing to initiate a process in each diocese that will involve as many baptized as possible. The Cuban Conference of Religious (CONCUR), in coordination with the Conference of Catholic Bishops of Cuba (COCC) and the Latin American Episcopal Council (CELAM), is promoting throughout the Island a Listening Process with three worksheets to familiarize ourselves with the synodal style and prepare the itinerary that will begin in October. Listening to each other and paying attention to what God asks of us today is a challenge for our Church if we do not want to ignore this opportunity or corner it in a drawer of “beautiful projects” with very little relevance in daily life. This process is not simple or automatic, it requires spiritual dispositions and a conscious effort to seek God’s will among all. The tradition of the Church has two important clues that can guide us on this path: the desire to save the argument of others and the humility to learn from everyone. […]



After a life dedicated to the service of God, the Church and the Cuban people, Cardinal Jaime Ortega met with the Father. The dossier works are intended to reflect this in its many facets. […]


A Tornado of Faith

The group of young people from the parish La Asunción in Guanabacoa, together with the Sisters of the Society of the Heart of Jesus, assist in the recovery in affected areas after the passage of the tornado. […]