Pope Visits Havana Cuba
Cuba is getting ready for a special visit today from Pope Benedict XVI.
It's been 14 years since the pope visited the communist nation.
In Havana, a packed cathedral buzzed with excitement over his impending arrival.
The Pope will meet privately with Castro's brother, Raul Castro, who is the Cuban President.
It is believed that Raul is much more sympathetic to the Catholic Church.
Sunday the pope was in Mexico, where he was greeted by thousands of Catholics and where he even tried on a sombrero.
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