Amador Medina is accused of disinterring the skeletal bodies for use in Santeria rites.
While on his tour of Cuba, Pope Francis will say mass in Havana's vast Revolution Square. From the altar, the pontiff can gaze over the crowd at dramatic monoliths including the towering Jose Marti memorial and the Ministry of the Interior, which bears a huge image of the revolutionary, Che Guevara.
Diverse beliefs are often found mixed together on the altars of Cuban homes.
The priest said the ruling deity, Baba Eyiobe, is applauding the rapprochement announced on Dec. 17 by the U.S. and Cuban
Authorities in Miami opened an investigation after a young, live chicken was discovered with a photograph and other items
Most recently, two women traveling to Baltimore from Cuba were detained at Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport
Santeria is an an Afro-Caribbean religion based on Yoruba beliefs, the BBC notes. There are few public buildings devoted
"I was looking in the water, and I see this blue bag and it looked like a leg of a goat coming out and some feathers," Floridian
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Elyn Johnson, Lincoln Memorial Park's manager, confirmed that seven graves had been disturbed, four of which were coffins
The pair, who were fired last week, can appeal their terminations. "It was kind of a joke, kind of a superstition," she said
"The botanicas really began in New York, and it's the Puerto Rican and Cuban communities that really got them going," said
Yesterday, Queen Street's noisy traffic stopped, the indigents rose from the ground and the food kiosks closed for a while. It was the day of pilgrimage of the Virgin of Charity, whose worship now spreads among Cubans after decades of forced atheism.