Pope urges Cubans to be patient yet p...

Pope urges Cubans to be patient yet persistent

There are 17 comments on the Catholic Spirit story from Jun 6, 2012, titled Pope urges Cubans to be patient yet persistent. In it, Catholic Spirit reports that:

By Francis X. Rocca Catholic News Service The Cuba that Pope Benedict XVI visited March 26-28 is a country where the Catholic Church enjoys significantly more freedom and official recognition than it did when Blessed John Paul II made the first papal visit to the island in 1998.

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“Abbiamo Vinto”

Since: Feb 12

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#1 Jun 8, 2012
A good commie is a DEAD commie!

Overthrow socialism/communism!

Viva la LIBERTAD!
paul shykora ARTs

Calgary, Canada

#2 Jun 11, 2012
..YES..PATIENCE,here...eh....( +)...yada u
Mateo

Sparta, NJ

#3 Jun 11, 2012
rTkLa1 wrote:
A good commie is a DEAD commie!
Overthrow socialism/communism!
Viva la LIBERTAD!
Well said!
PAUL SHYKORA arts

Calgary, Canada

#4 Jun 13, 2012
..ahhhhhh...GOOD/bad CUBA is ..changing...slowly...eh...
Orlando Leone Jr

Newton, NJ

#5 Jun 13, 2012
rTkLa1 wrote:
A good commie is a DEAD commie!
Overthrow socialism/communism!
Viva la LIBERTAD!
TRUE!
PAUL SHYKORA arts

Calgary, Canada

#6 Jun 13, 2012
..CUBA is slowly changing,here.....the local Folk's are sooooooo beauoooooooooooooooooootiful.. .eh...(+)....

“Abbiamo Vinto”

Since: Feb 12

Location hidden

#7 Jun 13, 2012
A good commie is a DEAD commie!

Overthrow socialism/communism!

Viva la LIBERTAD!!!!!!!!!!
paul shykora ARTs

Calgary, Canada

#8 Jun 14, 2012
rTkLa1 wrote:
A good commie is a DEAD commie!
Overthrow socialism/communism!
Viva la LIBERTAD!!!!!!!!!!
..blah..blah..blah....the vhy have you's NOT done it,after some ..40 years',here...eh..??...
QUITTNER

Toronto, Canada

#10 Jun 15, 2012
4:07 pm, Friday, June 15, 2012:
RE: Pope urges Cubans to be patient yet persistent
..... At one time the popes and the Stalinist type of Communism were bitter enemies - but times have changed. Apparently the Cuban type of Communism is now acceptable to popes and maybe they together can help many in Cuba who need and want help.
Cardinal FranciscoJimenez

Hollywood, FL

#11 Jun 15, 2012
QUITTNER wrote:
4:07 pm, Friday, June 15, 2012:
RE: Pope urges Cubans to be patient yet persistent
..... At one time the popes and the Stalinist type of Communism were bitter enemies - but times have changed. Apparently the Cuban type of Communism is now acceptable to popes and maybe they together can help many in Cuba who need and want help.
Sir,
The Pope is not to blame because Cubans whether in Cuba OR Miami have not liberated their island from two very old and fragile men, Fidel and Raul.
The Pope can not be expected to do what MILLIONS of Cubans refuse to do. It is high time they liberate their OWN island so please do not distort it in a Miami Cuban sort of way that the Pope is to blame.

Are you a Cuban?

Because if you are, me cago en tu madre.

"Notable & Emasculating: Cubans Are "Cowards"
"What about the Romanians, who finally had enough of Ceausescu and overthrew their version of castro? What about the Jews in the Warsaw Ghetto, who fought against the SS and the Wermacht? They gave the world the example of how not to be a victim. They may have died but at least they died with dignity and not being herded into a shower stall to be gassed with Zyklon B. These were real men. The Jewish women who fought in 1943 had more balls than I am seeing today in Cuba"

http://reviewofcuban-americanblogs.blogspot.c...

Bless you

Cardinal Francisco Jimenez
Cheo

United States

#12 Jun 15, 2012
Cardinal FranciscoJimenez wrote:
<quoted text>
Sir,
The Pope is not to blame because Cubans whether in Cuba OR Miami have not liberated their island from two very old and fragile men, Fidel and Raul.
The Pope can not be expected to do what MILLIONS of Cubans refuse to do. It is high time they liberate their OWN island so please do not distort it in a Miami Cuban sort of way that the Pope is to blame.
Are you a Cuban?
Because if you are, me cago en tu madre.
"Notable & Emasculating: Cubans Are "Cowards"
"What about the Romanians, who finally had enough of Ceausescu and overthrew their version of castro? What about the Jews in the Warsaw Ghetto, who fought against the SS and the Wermacht? They gave the world the example of how not to be a victim. They may have died but at least they died with dignity and not being herded into a shower stall to be gassed with Zyklon B. These were real men. The Jewish women who fought in 1943 had more balls than I am seeing today in Cuba"
http://reviewofcuban-americanblogs.blogspot.c...
Bless you
Cardinal Francisco Jimenez
Pobre Domininicanito envidioso!
Calle ocho

Hollywood, FL

#13 Jun 15, 2012
Cheo wrote:
<quoted text>
Pobre Domininicanito envidioso!
Aqui NADIE es Dominicano.

Yo soy Cubano, Cherokee es Venezolano,Creo que ASSBITE que no soy yo es cubano y no estoy seguro de fredy y bluestreak.
Calle ocho

Hollywood, FL

#14 Jun 15, 2012
A que nunca has visto uno destos en cuba , aqui se venden por $500 -$600.

Cuban False Chameleons $499.99

http://market.kingsnake.com/detail.php...
Cheo

United States

#15 Jun 15, 2012
Calle ocho wrote:
A que nunca has visto uno destos en cuba , aqui se venden por $500 -$600.
Cuban False Chameleons $499.99
http://market.kingsnake.com/detail.php...
Si son Cubanos y en Cuba les llaman chipojos bobos!

Cuban False Chameleon (Chamaeleolis) Breeding
Bonus content from the April 2011REPTILES magazine article "Alien Lizard."
By Kelly Bradley

Chamaeleolis species, commonly known as Cuban false chameleons, despite the fact that they are really anoles, do not require anything to stimulate breeding. Just make sure you have the Cuban false chameleons paired up and the female is in good body condition. Cuban false chameleons also breed successfully with a single male and multiple females, as long as the cage is large enough. A 29-gallon long aquarium is good for two lizards, and a 50-gallon tank would be good for three to four. When it comes to housing multiple Cuban false chameleons, always only have one male; males fight if kept in the same cage as other males. Watch for aggression between females during egg laying. I house the Cuban false chameleons together year round. Copulation and egg laying is seen during each month of the year. The females never show any clear signs of being gravid, but a behavioral cue is seeing the female sitting on the bottom of the cage. The only time I see the Cuban false chameleons on the floor of the enclosure is prior to finding an egg.
Click image to enlarge

Cuban false chameleons (Chamaeleolis porcus) do best when they have thin branches to perch on. Photo by Paul Freed.
Female Cuban false chameleons lay eggs in the sphagnum substrate; typically, they are completely covered and are about three-fourths of an inch below the surface. Single eggs are laid approximately every 30 days; however, I did have a female reach a peak of one egg every 10 days. This lasts for about seven months. Like other anole species, Cuban false chameleons are capable of delayed fertilization. I had one female Cuban false chameleon continue to lay fertile eggs for up to 6 months after being separated from the male. Be sure to supplement females’ calcium consumption so that egg production doesn’t deplete their health. This is easily done by dusting the crickets with calcium and vitamin D3.

http://www.oeb.harvard.edu/faculty/losos/jblo...
Cheo

United States

#16 Jun 15, 2012
Calle ocho wrote:
<quoted text>
Aqui NADIE es Dominicano.
Yo soy Cubano, Cherokee es Venezolano,Creo que ASSBITE que no soy yo es cubano y no estoy seguro de fredy y bluestreak.
Tu si eres Dominicano y acomplejado y Cherokee y los otros que mencionan son todos personajes tuyos!
Sandy

Hollywood, FL

#17 Jun 15, 2012
Cheo wrote:
<quoted text>
Si son Cubanos y en Cuba les llaman chipojos bobos!
Cuban False Chameleon (Chamaeleolis) Breeding
Bonus content from the April 2011REPTILES magazine article "Alien Lizard."
By Kelly Bradley
Chamaeleolis species, commonly known as Cuban false chameleons, despite the fact that they are really anoles, do not require anything to stimulate breeding. Just make sure you have the Cuban false chameleons paired up and the female is in good body condition. Cuban false chameleons also breed successfully with a single male and multiple females, as long as the cage is large enough. A 29-gallon long aquarium is good for two lizards, and a 50-gallon tank would be good for three to four. When it comes to housing multiple Cuban false chameleons, always only have one male; males fight if kept in the same cage as other males. Watch for aggression between females during egg laying. I house the Cuban false chameleons together year round. Copulation and egg laying is seen during each month of the year. The females never show any clear signs of being gravid, but a behavioral cue is seeing the female sitting on the bottom of the cage. The only time I see the Cuban false chameleons on the floor of the enclosure is prior to finding an egg.
Click image to enlarge
Cuban false chameleons (Chamaeleolis porcus) do best when they have thin branches to perch on. Photo by Paul Freed.
Female Cuban false chameleons lay eggs in the sphagnum substrate; typically, they are completely covered and are about three-fourths of an inch below the surface. Single eggs are laid approximately every 30 days; however, I did have a female reach a peak of one egg every 10 days. This lasts for about seven months. Like other anole species, Cuban false chameleons are capable of delayed fertilization. I had one female Cuban false chameleon continue to lay fertile eggs for up to 6 months after being separated from the male. Be sure to supplement females’ calcium consumption so that egg production doesn’t deplete their health. This is easily done by dusting the crickets with calcium and vitamin D3.
http://www.oeb.harvard.edu/faculty/losos/jblo...
Hi my name is Sandy and Iwant to be a vet when I grow up.

I love reptiles and what an exotic and rare reptile you have in your link.
I am on facebook , do you want to be friends?
Mariela Castro

United States

#18 Jun 15, 2012
Sandy wrote:
<quoted text>
Hi my name is Sandy and Iwant to be a vet when I grow up.
I love reptiles and what an exotic and rare reptile you have in your link.
I am on facebook , do you want to be friends?
Sandy,you were terrific the other night!Que Viva la Tortilla!

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