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March 27, 2012 10:19 PM

For a day, Havana's cathedral belonged to a Miami prelate

Standing before a crowd made up primarily of Cuban American pilgrims but that included a smattering of local Cubans, Miami Archbishop Thomas Wenski celebrated a special Mass in fluent Spanish in an ornate building whose asymmetrical façade is considered unique in the world.

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