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By Donald Lambro
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Topic - Marino Murillo
Pope Benedict XVI, denouncing "fanaticism" that tries to impose its truth on others, demanded greater freedom for the Catholic Church in Cuba during Mass before hundreds of thousands of people Wednesday in the shrine of the island's communist revolution.
Pope Benedict XVI stressed themes of freedom and change as he prayed before a powerful symbol of the Cuban nation ahead of a visit with the island's president on Tuesday.
But he said Benedict does have some hopes for results from the visit.
, there will not be political reform," said Marino Murillo,