POST PUBLISHED INMarch, 2012
March 28th, 201211:09 AM ETBy ECHOcubaFourteen years ago, Pope John Paul II, great champion of freedom and warrior against communism, visited the island of Cuba. And in little more than in a few days, his successor, Pope Benedict XVI, will follow suit. But this pope has the chance to avoid the political traps that diminished the political, if not the spiritual, impact of the visit of ...
March 15th, 201210:21 AM ETBy ECHOcubaOn the eve of the revolution, neither the Catholic Church nor the Protestant churches were a dominant force in Cuban Society. Nonetheless, in modern day trajectory, the Cuban government holds strict control of all church activities and repression of religious freedom. By law, discrimination against Christians is illegal, yet discrimination and hara...
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The visions of ECHOcuba is to see the establishment of a thriving and independent Evangelical Christian Church, freely an deffectively spreading the Gospel and meeting the needs of Cuban Christians. ECHOcuba works to strengthen the independent Church community by enabling them to lead and serve in their restrictive environment.