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Sunday, May 10, 2015

Castro meets Pope, promises to go 'back to praying

Fidel Castro's brother, Raul, heralds Communist Fidel, the third order Jesuit, and his brother long - time Communist and collaborator with Fidel in their return to the Vatican II Apostasy and abomination, which birthed them and their drug dealing empire in the Caribbean aided and abetted by Lyndon Johnson in the first place. Johnson was a crypto-Jew Zionist antichrist. The Castros are no better.

See Johnson , one of the plotters and facilitators of the assassination of President John F. Kennedy.

See Francis: Palestine Cry: God and His Messiah Jesus Christ our Lord - our right and duty to witness to Him: Culture: The Gates of Hell of Antichrist IsraHell

Castro meets Pope, promises to go 'back to praying

Cuban President Raul Castro has promised to attend all Pope Francis’s masses when the pontiff visits Cuba. Castro said he may even go back to praying and church if “the pope continues to talk as he does.”
The talks between the Cuban leader and the pontiff in Vatican were strictly private and lasted for about an hour.
According to Cuban and Vatican officials, Castro made a stop in the Vatican on the way back from Moscow’s V-Day celebrations to thank Pope Francis for his mediation between the US and Cuba.
"I thanked the Pope for what he did,” Castro told reporters as he left the Vatican, adding he was "really impressed by his wisdom and his modesty."
“When the pope goes to Cuba in September, I promise to go to all his masses, and with satisfaction… If the Pope continues this way, I will go back to praying and go back to the church, and I'm not joking,"the Cuban leader said, AP reported.
Castro’s willingness to go back to church cuts across his political beliefs.
“I am from the Cuban Communist Party, which doesn't allow [religious] believers,” he said. “But now we are allowing it, it's an important step.”

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