Cuba's Future

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December 10 Podcast

Leo J. Donovan, S.J., reports on "The Age of Rembrandt," now on view at the Metropolitan Museum of Art. Listen to this episode
Margaret E. Crahan discusses the complex nature of Cuban society and the greater role the Catholic Church is playing in the country's evolution. She also talks about Latin American policy under President Obama. Professor Crahan is senior researcher at the Institute of Latin American Studies at Columbia University.

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