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CUBA-FRANCE/HOLLANDE-ORTEGA
RTX1CH9K
May 11, 2015
The medal of the Order Commander of the Legion of Honor is seen as French President Francois Hollande...
Havana, Cuba
The medal of the Order Commander of the Legion of Honor is seen as French President Francois Hollande...
The medal of the Order Commander of the Legion of Honor is seen as French President Francois Hollande awards Cuban Cardinal Jaime Ortega with it in Havana, Cuba, on May 11, 2015. REUTERS/Adalberto Roque/Pool
CUBA-FRANCE/HOLLANDE-ORTEGA
RTX1CH9I
May 11, 2015
French President Francois Hollande honors Cuban Cardinal Jaime Ortega with the Order Commander of the...
Havana, Cuba
French President Francois Hollande honors Cuban Cardinal Jaime Ortega with the Order Commander of the...
French President Francois Hollande honors Cuban Cardinal Jaime Ortega with the Order Commander of the Legion of Honor in Havana, Cuba, on May 11, 2015. REUTERS/Adalberto Roque/Pool
CUBA-FRANCE/HOLLANDE-ORTEGA
RTX1CH9G
May 11, 2015
French President Francois Hollande honors Cuban Cardinal Jaime Ortega with the Order Commander of the...
Havana, Cuba
French President Francois Hollande honors Cuban Cardinal Jaime Ortega with the Order Commander of the...
French President Francois Hollande honors Cuban Cardinal Jaime Ortega with the Order Commander of the Legion of Honor in Havana, Cuba, on May 11, 2015. REUTERS/Adalberto Roque/Pool
CUBA-FRANCE/HOLLANDE-ORTEGA
RTX1CH9E
May 11, 2015
French President Francois Hollande honors Cuban Cardinal Jaime Ortega with the Order Commander of the...
Havana, Cuba
French President Francois Hollande honors Cuban Cardinal Jaime Ortega with the Order Commander of the...
French President Francois Hollande honors Cuban Cardinal Jaime Ortega with the Order Commander of the Legion of Honor in Havana, Cuba, on May 11, 2015. REUTERS/Adalberto Roque/Pool
BASEBALL-MLB-STL-ATL/
RTR4SJ35
March 08, 2015
Oct 6, 2019; St. Louis, MO, USA; Atlanta Braves shortstop Dansby Swanson (7) and left fielder Rafael...
St. Louis, multiple countries
MLB: NLDS-Atlanta Braves at St. Louis Cardinals
Oct 6, 2019; St. Louis, MO, USA; Atlanta Braves shortstop Dansby Swanson (7) and left fielder Rafael Ortega (18) react after scoring against the St. Louis Cardinals during the ninth inning in game three of the 2019 NLDS playoff baseball series at Busch Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Joe Puetz-USA TODAY Sports
POPE-SUCCESSION/
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March 07, 2013
Mexican Cardinal Jose Francisco Robles Ortega arrives at a meeting at the Synod Hall in the Vatican March...
Vatican City, Vatican City
Mexican Cardinal Ortega arrives at a meeting at the Synod Hall in the Vatican
Mexican Cardinal Jose Francisco Robles Ortega arrives at a meeting at the Synod Hall in the Vatican March 7, 2013. Vatican officials on Wednesday told cardinals gathered for the election of the next pope to stop speaking to the media, as further indications emerged that a conclave would not start early next week as had been expected.
REUTERS/Alessandro Bianchi (VATICAN - Tags: RELIGION)
POPE-SUCCESSION/
RTR3EOPC
March 07, 2013
Mexican Cardinals Juan Sandoval Iniguez (L) and Josz Francisco Robles Ortega (R) wave as they arrive...
Vatican City, Vatican City
Mexican Cardinals Juan Sandoval Iniguez and Robles Ortega wave as they arrive at a meeting at the Synod...
Mexican Cardinals Juan Sandoval Iniguez (L) and Josz Francisco Robles Ortega (R) wave as they arrive at a meeting at the Synod Hall in the Vatican March 7, 2013. Catholic cardinals said on Tuesday they wanted time to get to know each before choosing the next pope and meanwhile would seek more information on a secret report on alleged corruption in the Vatican. REUTERS/Alessandro Bianchi (VATICAN - Tags: RELIGION)
POPE/
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June 29, 2012
Cardinal Francisco Robles Ortega (R), Archbishop of Guadalajara of Mexico, receives the sacred Palladium...
Vatican City, Vatican City
Cardinal Francisco Robles Ortega receives the sacred Palladium from Pope Benedict XVI at St. Peter's...
Cardinal Francisco Robles Ortega (R), Archbishop of Guadalajara of Mexico, receives the sacred Palladium from Pope Benedict XVI at St. Peter's basilica in Vatican June 29, 2012. Pope Benedict XVI imposed Sacred Palladium on newly 44 metropolitan Archbishops during the Holy mass for the Solemnity of St. Peter and Paul. REUTERS/ Stefano Rellandini (VATICAN - Tags: RELIGION)
NICARAGUA/
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April 19, 2012
Nicaragua's President Daniel Ortega (C) speaks to Sandinista party supporters as his wife Rosario Murillo...
Managua, Nicaragua
Nicaragua's President Daniel Ortega speaks to Sandinista party supporters as his wife Rosario Murillo...
Nicaragua's President Daniel Ortega (C) speaks to Sandinista party supporters as his wife Rosario Murillo (L) and Cardinal Miguel Obando look on at the Juan Pablo II square in Managua April 18, 2012. Nicaragua's government bought 100 buses from the government of Mexico to improve public transportation in the Managua. REUTERS/Oswaldo Rivas (NICARAGUA - Tags: POLITICS TRANSPORT)
POPE-CUBA/
RTR2ZYVY
March 27, 2012
Pope Benedict XVI arrives at Jose Marti airport with Cuban Cardinal Jaime Ortega Jaramillo (R) in Havana...
Santiago De Cuba, Cuba
Pope Benedict XVI arrives at Jose Marti airport with Cuban Cardinal Jaime Ortega Jaramillo (R) in Havana...
Pope Benedict XVI arrives at Jose Marti airport with Cuban Cardinal Jaime Ortega Jaramillo (R) in Havana March 27, 2012. REUTERS/Tony Gentile (CUBA - Tags: POLITICS RELIGION)
POPE-CUBA/
RTR2ZYUC
March 27, 2012
Pope Benedict XVI is welcomed by Cuban Cardinal Jaime Ortega Jaramillo as he arrives at Jose Marti airport...
Havana, Cuba
Pope Benedict XVI is welcomed by Cuban Cardinal Jaime Ortega Jaramillo as he arrives at Jose Marti airport...
Pope Benedict XVI is welcomed by Cuban Cardinal Jaime Ortega Jaramillo as he arrives at Jose Marti airport in Havana March 27, 2012. REUTERS/Tony Gentile (CUBA - Tags: POLITICS RELIGION)
POPE-CUBA/
RTR2ZYTY
March 27, 2012
Pope Benedict XVI arrives at Jose Marti airport with Cuban Cardinal Jaime Ortega Jaramillo (R) in Havana...
Santiago De Cuba, Cuba
Pope Benedict XVI arrives at Jose Marti airport with Cuban Cardinal Jaime Ortega Jaramillo (R) in Havana...
Pope Benedict XVI arrives at Jose Marti airport with Cuban Cardinal Jaime Ortega Jaramillo (R) in Havana March 27, 2012. REUTERS/Tony Gentile (CUBA - Tags: POLITICS RELIGION)
CUBA/
RTR2UPGP
December 01, 2011
Cuba's Cardinal Jaime Ortega, leader of Cuba's Catholic Church, speaks beside the statue of Our Lady...
Havana, Cuba
Cuba's Cardinal Jaime Ortega, leader of Cuba's Catholic Church, speaks beside the statue of Our Lady...
Cuba's Cardinal Jaime Ortega, leader of Cuba's Catholic Church, speaks beside the statue of Our Lady of Charity, the patroness of Cuba, during a visit to the Cuban National Ballet headquarters in Havana December 1, 2011. The original statue of Our Lady of Charity, normally kept in the Sanctuary of El Cobre in Santiago de Cuba, is currently on a countrywide parade to mark the 400th anniversary of its finding. According to legend, the statue was found by three fishermen in the sea. REUTERS/Desmond Boylan (CUBA - Tags: RELIGION SOCIETY ANNIVERSARY)
CUBA/
RTR2UPG5
December 01, 2011
Cuba's Cardinal Jaime Ortega, leader of Cuba's Catholic Church, speaks during a visit to the Cuban National...
Havana, Cuba
Cuba's Cardinal Jaime Ortega speaks during a visit to the Cuban National Ballet headquarters in Havana...
Cuba's Cardinal Jaime Ortega, leader of Cuba's Catholic Church, speaks during a visit to the Cuban National Ballet headquarters in Havana with the the statue of Our Lady of Charity, the patroness of Cuba, December 1, 2011. The original statue of Our Lady of Charity, normally kept in the Sanctuary of El Cobre in Santiago de Cuba, is currently on a countrywide parade to mark the 400th anniversary of its finding. According to legend, the statue was found by three fishermen in the sea. REUTERS/Desmond Boylan (CUBA - Tags: RELIGION SOCIETY ENTERTAINMENT ANNIVERSARY)
CUBA/
RTR2UPFS
December 01, 2011
Cuba's Cardinal Jaime Ortega, leader of Cuba's Catholic Church, speaks beside the statue of Our Lady...
Havana, Cuba
Cuba's Cardinal Ortega speaks beside the statue of Our Lady of Charity during a visit to the Cuban National...
Cuba's Cardinal Jaime Ortega, leader of Cuba's Catholic Church, speaks beside the statue of Our Lady of Charity, the patroness of Cuba, during a visit to the Cuban National Ballet headquarters in Havana December 1, 2011. The original statue of Our Lady of Charity, normally kept in the Sanctuary of El Cobre in Santiago de Cuba, is currently on a countrywide parade to mark the 400th anniversary of its finding. According to legend, the statue was found by three fishermen in the sea. REUTERS/Desmond Boylan (CUBA - Tags: RELIGION SOCIETY HEADSHOT)
CUBA/
RTR2UPFJ
December 01, 2011
Cuba's Cardinal Jaime Ortega, leader of Cuba's Catholic Church, stands beside the statue of Our Lady...
Havana, Cuba
Cuba's Cardinal Ortega stands beside the statue of Our Lady of Charity and Cuban National Ballet's Alonso...
Cuba's Cardinal Jaime Ortega, leader of Cuba's Catholic Church, stands beside the statue of Our Lady of Charity, the patroness of Cuba, and Cuban National Ballet prima ballerina assoluta and director Alicia Alonso with her husband Pedro Simon (R) during a visit to the ballet headquarters in Havana December 1, 2011. The original statue of Our Lady of Charity, normally kept in the Sanctuary of El Cobre in Santiago de Cuba, is currently on a countrywide parade to mark the 400th anniversary of its finding. According to legend, the statue was found by three fishermen in the sea. REUTERS/Desmond Boylan (CUBA - Tags: RELIGION SOCIETY ENTERTAINMENT ANNIVERSARY)
CUBA-CARTER/
RTR2KJ9M
March 29, 2011
Former U.S. President Jimmy Carter (R) shakes hands with Cardinal Jaime Ortega, leader of Cuba's Catholic...
Havana, Cuba
Former U.S. President Jimmy Carter shakes hands with Cardinal Jaime Ortega, leader of Cuba's Catholic...
Former U.S. President Jimmy Carter (R) shakes hands with Cardinal Jaime Ortega, leader of Cuba's Catholic Church, next to his wife Roselyn (L), after a meeting in Havana March 28, 2011. Former U.S. President Jimmy Carter, returning to Cuba for the first time since a groundbreaking 2002 trip, began a three-day visit on Monday to discuss troubled U.S.-Cuba relations and is likely to talk about the fate of imprisoned U.S. aid contractor Alan Gross. REUTERS/Jorge Luis Banos (CUBA - Tags: POLITICS RELIGION)
CUBA-USA/CARTER
RTR2KJ5B
March 28, 2011
Former U.S. President Jimmy Carter enters a car after a meeting with Cardinal Jaime Ortega, leader of...
Havana, Cuba
Former U.S. President Carter enters a car after a meeting with Cardinal Jaime Ortega, leader of Cuba's...
Former U.S. President Jimmy Carter enters a car after a meeting with Cardinal Jaime Ortega, leader of Cuba's Catholic Church, in Havana March 28, 2011. Carter, returning to Cuba for the first time since a groundbreaking 2002 trip, began a three-day visit on Monday to discuss troubled U.S.-Cuba relations and is likely to talk about the fate of imprisoned U.S. aid contractor Alan Gross. REUTERS/Jorge Luis Banos (CUBA - Tags: POLITICS)
CUBA-USA/CARTER
RTR2KJ59
March 28, 2011
Former U.S. President Jimmy Carter enters a car after a meeting with Cardinal Jaime Ortega, leader of...
Havana, Cuba
Former U.S. President Carter enters a car after a meeting with Cardinal Jaime Ortega, leader of Cuba's...
Former U.S. President Jimmy Carter enters a car after a meeting with Cardinal Jaime Ortega, leader of Cuba's Catholic Church, in Havana March 28, 2011. Carter, returning to Cuba for the first time since a groundbreaking 2002 trip, began a three-day visit on Monday to discuss troubled U.S.-Cuba relations and is likely to talk about the fate of imprisoned U.S. aid contractor Alan Gross. REUTERS/Jorge Luis Banos (CUBA - Tags: POLITICS)
SPAIN/
RTXV1T1
November 25, 2010
Spain's Foreign Minister Trinidad Jimenez (R) talks with Cuban Catholic leader Cardinal Jaime Ortega...
Madrid, Spain
Spain's Foreign Minister Jimenez talks with Cuban Catholic leader Cardinal Ortega as they pose for photographers...
Spain's Foreign Minister Trinidad Jimenez (R) talks with Cuban Catholic leader Cardinal Jaime Ortega as they pose for photographers at the foreign ministry in Madrid November 25, 2010. REUTERS/Andrea Comas (SPAIN - Tags: POLITICS RELIGION)
SPAIN/
RTXV1QY
November 25, 2010
Spanish Foreign Minister Trinidad Jimenez (R) shakes hands with Cuban Catholic leader Cardinal Jaime...
Madrid, Spain
Spanish Foreign Minister Jimenez shakes hands with Cuban Catholic leader Cardinal Ortega as they pose...
Spanish Foreign Minister Trinidad Jimenez (R) shakes hands with Cuban Catholic leader Cardinal Jaime Ortega as they pose for photographers at the foreign ministry in Madrid November 25, 2010. REUTERS/Andrea Comas (SPAIN - Tags: POLITICS RELIGION PROFILE)
SPAIN/
RTXV1QV
November 25, 2010
Spanish Foreign Minister Trinidad Jimenez (R) shakes hands with Cuban Catholic leader Cardinal Jaime...
Madrid, Spain
Spanish Foreign Minister Jimenez shakes hands with Cuban Catholic leader Cardinal Ortega as they pose...
Spanish Foreign Minister Trinidad Jimenez (R) shakes hands with Cuban Catholic leader Cardinal Jaime Ortega as they pose for photographers at the foreign ministry in Madrid November 25, 2010. REUTERS/Andrea Comas (SPAIN - Tags: POLITICS RELIGION PROFILE)
CUBA-CHURCH/
RTXU6PN
November 04, 2010
Cuban Catholic leader Cardinal Jaime Ortega speaks during the opening ceremony of a new seminary on the...
Havana, Cuba
Cuban Catholic leader Cardinal Jaime Ortega speaks during opening ceremony of a new seminary on the outskirts...
Cuban Catholic leader Cardinal Jaime Ortega speaks during the opening ceremony of a new seminary on the outskirts of Havana November 3, 2010. The Catholic Church opened on Wednesday its first new seminary in Cuba in half a century in the latest sign of improving church-state relations after decades of hostility on the communist-led island. President Raul Castro showed his support by attending the ceremony and touring the facility, but did not speak to the crowd of about 300 diplomats, church and government officials at the event on the outskirts of Havana. REUTERS/Desmond Boylan (CUBA - Tags: POLITICS RELIGION)
CUBA-CHURCH/
RTXU6PM
November 04, 2010
Cuban Catholic leader Cardinal Jaime Ortega (L) speaks as Cuban President Raul Castro (bottom R) listens...
Havana, Cuba
Cuban Catholic leader Cardinal Jaime Ortega speaks as Cuban President Raul Castro listens during opening...
Cuban Catholic leader Cardinal Jaime Ortega (L) speaks as Cuban President Raul Castro (bottom R) listens during the opening ceremony of a new seminary on the outskirts of Havana November 3, 2010. The Catholic Church opened on Wednesday its first new seminary in Cuba in half a century in the latest sign of improving church-state relations after decades of hostility on the communist-led island. President Raul Castro showed his support by attending the ceremony and touring the facility, but did not speak to the crowd of about 300 diplomats, church and government officials at the event on the outskirts of Havana. REUTERS/Desmond Boylan (CUBA - Tags: POLITICS RELIGION)
CUBA/
RTR2FTYF
June 27, 2010
Laura Pollan (R), leader of the Ladies in White, a group of family members of imprisoned dissidents,...
Havana, Cuba
Laura Pollan, leader of Ladies in White, and wife of recently liberated dissident Darsi Ferrer, lead...
Laura Pollan (R), leader of the Ladies in White, a group of family members of imprisoned dissidents, and Yusnaimy Jorge Soca (L), wife of recently liberated dissident Darsi Ferrer, lead their weekly protest in Havana June 27, 2010. Ferrer's case is part of a slight relaxation in the government's treatment of dissidents, who are viewed by authorities as mercenaries working for the U.S. and other enemies to undermine the Communist-led government. Earlier this month, Cuba released an ailing political prisoner and moved 12 others to jails closer to their families following talks with Catholic Cardinal Jaime Ortega. REUTERS/Desmond Boylan (CUBA - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST)
CUBA-DISSIDENT/
RTR2FTYA
June 27, 2010
Recently liberated Cuban dissident Darsi Ferrer joins the weekly protest of the Ladies in White, a group...
Havana, Cuba
Recently liberated Cuban dissident Darsi Ferrer joins weekly protest of Ladies in White in Havana
Recently liberated Cuban dissident Darsi Ferrer joins the weekly protest of the Ladies in White, a group of family members of imprisoned dissidents, in Havana June 27, 2010. Ferrer's case is part of a slight relaxation in the government's treatment of dissidents, who are viewed by authorities as mercenaries working for the U.S. and other enemies to undermine the Communist-led government. Earlier this month, Cuba released an ailing political prisoner and moved 12 others to jails closer to their families following talks with Catholic Cardinal Jaime Ortega. REUTERS/Desmond Boylan (CUBA - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST HEADSHOT)
CUBA-DISSIDENT/
RTR2FTY1
June 27, 2010
Recently liberated Cuban dissident Darsi Ferrer reacts before joining the weekly protest of the Ladies...
Havana, Cuba
Recently liberated Cuban dissident Darsi Ferrer reacts before joining weekly protest of Ladies in White...
Recently liberated Cuban dissident Darsi Ferrer reacts before joining the weekly protest of the Ladies in White, a group of family members of imprisoned dissidents, in Havana June 27, 2010. Ferrer's case is part of a slight relaxation in the government's treatment of dissidents, who are viewed by authorities as mercenaries working for the U.S. and other enemies to undermine the Communist-led government. Earlier this month, Cuba released an ailing political prisoner and moved 12 others to jails closer to their families following talks with Catholic Cardinal Jaime Ortega. REUTERS/Desmond Boylan (CUBA - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST IMAGES OF THE DAY)
CUBA-DISSIDENT/
RTR2FTXF
June 27, 2010
Recently liberated Cuban dissident Darsi Ferrer (L) joins the weekly protest of the Ladies in White,...
Havana, Cuba
Recently liberated Cuban dissident Darsi Ferrer joins weekly protest of Ladies in White in Havana
Recently liberated Cuban dissident Darsi Ferrer (L) joins the weekly protest of the Ladies in White, a group of family members of imprisoned dissidents, in Havana June 27, 2010. Ferrer's case is part of a slight relaxation in the government's treatment of dissidents, who are viewed by authorities as mercenaries working for the U.S. and other enemies to undermine the Communist-led government. Earlier this month, Cuba released an ailing political prisoner and moved 12 others to jails closer to their families following talks with Catholic Cardinal Jaime Ortega. REUTERS/Desmond Boylan (CUBA - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST)
CUBA-DISSIDENT/
RTR2FTX0
June 27, 2010
Recently liberated Cuban dissident Darsi Ferrer and his wife Yusnaimy Jorge Soca join the weekly protest...
Havana, Cuba
Recently liberated Cuban dissident Darsi Ferrer and wife join weekly protest of Ladies in White in Havana...
Recently liberated Cuban dissident Darsi Ferrer and his wife Yusnaimy Jorge Soca join the weekly protest of the Ladies in White, a group of family members of imprisoned dissidents, in Havana June 27, 2010. Ferrer's case is part of a slight relaxation in the government's treatment of dissidents, who are viewed by authorities as mercenaries working for the U.S. and other enemies to undermine the Communist-led government. Earlier this month, Cuba released an ailing political prisoner and moved 12 others to jails closer to their families following talks with Catholic Cardinal Jaime Ortega. REUTERS/Desmond Boylan (CUBA - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST)
CUBA-DISSIDENT/
RTR2FTWK
June 27, 2010
Recently liberated Cuban dissident Darsi Ferrer and his wife Yusnaimy Jorge Soca join the weekly protest...
Havana, Cuba
Recently liberated Cuban dissident Darsi Ferrer and wife join weekly protest of Ladies in White in Havana...
Recently liberated Cuban dissident Darsi Ferrer and his wife Yusnaimy Jorge Soca join the weekly protest of the Ladies in White, a group of family members of imprisoned dissidents, in Havana June 27, 2010. Ferrer's case is part of a slight relaxation in the government's treatment of dissidents, who are viewed by authorities as mercenaries working for the U.S. and other enemies to undermine the Communist-led government. Earlier this month, Cuba released an ailing political prisoner and moved 12 others to jails closer to their families following talks with Catholic Cardinal Jaime Ortega. REUTERS/Desmond Boylan (CUBA - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST)
CUBA-CHURCH/
RTR2F86U
June 16, 2010
Vatican Foreign Minister Dominque Mamberti (C), his Cuban counterpart Bruno Rodriguez and Cuban church...
Havana, Cuba
Vatican Foreign Minister Dominque Mamberti, his Cuban counterpart Bruno Rodriguez and Cuban church leader...
Vatican Foreign Minister Dominque Mamberti (C), his Cuban counterpart Bruno Rodriguez and Cuban church leader Cardinal Jaime Ortega (L) meet in Havana June 15, 2010. Mamberti starts a five-day visit to Cuba at a time when the Catholic church is flexing its political muscle and calling for change on the communist-led island. The visit follows the release of one of Cuba's estimated 190 political prisoners and the transfer of 12 others to jails closer to their homes in moves requested by church leaders. REUTERS/Ernesto Mastrascusa/Pool (CUBA - Tags: POLITICS RELIGION)
POPE-CARDINAL/
RTX41EZ
November 25, 2007
New cardinal Francisco Robles Ortega of Mexico is seen during a Consistory ceremony in Saint Peter's...
Vatican City, Vatican City State
New cardinal Francisco Robles Ortega of Mexico is seen during a Consistory ceremony in Saint Peter's...
New cardinal Francisco Robles Ortega of Mexico is seen during a Consistory ceremony in Saint Peter's Basilica at the Vatican November 25, 2007. Pope Benedict, elevating 23 prelates from around the world to the elite rank of cardinal, made a pressing appeal on Saturday for an end to the war in Iraq and decried the plight of the country's Christian minority. REUTERS/Alessandro Bianchi (VATICAN)
POPE-CARDINALS/
RTX40EN
November 24, 2007
New cardinal Francisco Robles Ortega (R) of Mexico receives the biretta, a four-cornered red hat, from...
Vatican City, Vatican City State
New cardinal Ortega of Mexico receives the biretta, a four-cornered red hat, from Pope Benedict XVI at...
New cardinal Francisco Robles Ortega (R) of Mexico receives the biretta, a four-cornered red hat, from Pope Benedict XVI during the Consistory ceremony in Saint Peter's Basilica at the Vatican November 24, 2007. Pope Benedict, elevating 23 prelates from around the world to the elite rank of cardinal, made a pressing appeal on Saturday for an end to the war in Iraq and decried the plight of the country's Christian minority. REUTERS/Osservatore Romano (VATICAN)
POPE-CARDINALS/
RTX406F
November 24, 2007
New cardinal Francisco Robles Ortega of Mexico receives the biretta, a four-cornered red hat, from Pope...
Vatican City, Vatican City State
New cardinal Francisco Robles Ortega of Mexico receives the biretta during Consistory ceremony in Saint...
New cardinal Francisco Robles Ortega of Mexico receives the biretta, a four-cornered red hat, from Pope Benedict XVI during the Consistory ceremony in Saint Peter's Basilica at the Vatican November 24, 2007. Pope Benedict, elevating 23 prelates from around the world to the elite rank of cardinal, made a pressing appeal on Saturday for an end to the war in Iraq and decried the plight of the country's Christian minority. REUTERS/Tony Gentile (ITALY)
NICAGUA/
RTR1SZ9X
August 21, 2007
Nicaragua's President Daniel Ortega (R) shake hands Costa Rica's President Oscar Arias, as cardinal Miguel...
Managua, Nicaragua
Nicaragua's President Daniel Ortega shakes hands Costa Rica's President Oscar Arias in Managua
Nicaragua's President Daniel Ortega (R) shake hands Costa Rica's President Oscar Arias, as cardinal Miguel Obando watches during the celebration of the 20th Anniversary of the Central America Peace Agreement at the Catholic University in Managua, August 21, 2007. REUTERS/Oswaldo Rivas (NICARAGUA)
CUBA
RTR1G5FC
August 06, 2006
A woman stands in the doorway of Havana's cathedral as Cardinal Jaime Ortega, archbishop of Havana, leads...
Havana, Cuba
Woman stands in cathedral's doorway during mass in Havana
A woman stands in the doorway of Havana's cathedral as Cardinal Jaime Ortega, archbishop of Havana, leads mass, August 6, 2006. Ortega urged prayer for Cuba's President Fidel Castro and guidance for those governing the country. Word filtered through the ranks of the Cuban Communist Party and government that Castro was recovering from surgery, but his location and exact condition remained a mystery on Sunday, a week after his unprecedented handover of power. REUTERS/Claudia Daut (CUBA)
CUBA
RTR1G5FA
August 06, 2006
People listen to a letter read by Cardinal Jaime Ortega, archbishop of Havana, at Havana's cathedral,...
Havana, Cuba
People listen to Cardinal Jaime Ortega during mass in Havana
People listen to a letter read by Cardinal Jaime Ortega, archbishop of Havana, at Havana's cathedral, August 6, 2006. Ortega urged prayer for Cuba's President Fidel Castro and guidance for those governing the country. Word filtered through the ranks of the Cuban Communist Party and government that Castro was recovering from surgery, but his location and exact condition remained a mystery on Sunday, a week after his unprecedented handover of power. REUTERS/Claudia Daut (CUBA)
CUBA
RTR1G5F5
August 06, 2006
Cuba's Cardinal Jaime Ortega (L), archbishop of Havana, enters the cathedral for mass in Havana August...
Havana, Cuba
Cuba's Cardinal Jaime Ortega enters for mass in Havana
Cuba's Cardinal Jaime Ortega (L), archbishop of Havana, enters the cathedral for mass in Havana August 6, 2006. Ortega urged prayer for Cuba's President Fidel Castro and guidance for those governing the country. Word filtered through the ranks of the Cuban Communist Party and government that Castro was recovering from surgery, but his location and exact condition remained a mystery on Sunday, a week after his unprecedented handover of power. REUTERS/Claudia Daut (CUBA)
CUBA
RTR1G5F4
August 06, 2006
Members of a choir sing after Cardinal Jaime Ortega, archbishop of Havana prayed with his congregation...
Havana, Cuba
Members of a choir sing at Havana's cathedral
Members of a choir sing after Cardinal Jaime Ortega, archbishop of Havana prayed with his congregation for the recovery of President Fidel Castro at Havana's cathedral, August 6, 2006. Word filtered through the ranks of the Cuban Communist Party and government that Castro was recovering from surgery, but his location and exact condition remained a mystery on Sunday, a week after his unprecedented handover of power. REUTERS/Claudia Daut (CUBA)
CUBA
RTR1G5EQ
August 06, 2006
Cardinal Jaime Ortega, archbishop of Havana prays with his congregation for the recovery of President...
Havana, Cuba
Cardinal Jaime Ortega, archbishop of Havana prays with his congregation for the recovery of President...
Cardinal Jaime Ortega, archbishop of Havana prays with his congregation for the recovery of President Fidel Castro at Havana's cathedral, August 6, 2006. Word filtered through the ranks of the Cuban Communist Party and government that Castro was recovering from surgery, but his location and exact condition remained a mystery on Sunday, a week after his unprecedented handover of power. REUTERS/Claudia Daut (CUBA)
CUBA
RTXNRA2
September 09, 2005
Cubans watch the annual procession of Our Lady of Charity, the patron saint of Cuba, on the streets of...
Havana, Cuba
Cubans watch the annual procession of Our Lady of Charity, the patron saint of Cuba, on the streets .....
Cubans watch the annual procession of Our Lady of Charity, the patron saint of Cuba, on the streets of downtown Havana September 8, 2005. [Cuban archbishop Cardinal Jaime Ortega on Thursday expressed the Catholic church's and the Cuban people's solidarity with the victims of Hurricane Katrina, which created a humanitarian disaster after pummelling the U.S. Gulf Coast.]
CUBA
RTRN61H
September 08, 2005
Cubans wait for the annual procession of Our Lady of Charity, the patron saint of Cuba, to pass through...
Havana, Cuba
Cubans wait for procession of Our Lady of Charity to pass in Havana.
Cubans wait for the annual procession of Our Lady of Charity, the patron saint of Cuba, to pass through downtown Havana September 8, 2005. Cuban archbishop Cardinal Jaime Ortega on Thursday expressed the Catholic church's and the Cuban people's solidarity with the victims of Hurricane Katrina, which created a humanitarian disaster after pummelling the U.S. Gulf Coast. REUTERS/Claudia Daut CD/SA
CUBA
RTRN60V
September 08, 2005
Cubans wait for the annual procession of Our Lady of Charity, the patron saint of Cuba, to pass through...
Havana, Cuba
Cubans wait for procession of Our Lady of Charity to pass in Havana.
Cubans wait for the annual procession of Our Lady of Charity, the patron saint of Cuba, to pass through downtown Havana September 8, 2005. Cuban archbishop Cardinal Jaime Ortega on Thursday expressed the Catholic church's and the Cuban people's solidarity with the victims of Hurricane Katrina, which created a humanitarian disaster after pummelling the U.S. Gulf Coast. REUTERS/Claudia Daut CD/SA
CUBA
RTRN60P
September 08, 2005
Cubans watch the annual procession of Our Lady of Charity, the patron saint of Cuba, on the streets of...
Havana, Cuba
Cubans watch procession of Our Lady of Charity in Havana.
Cubans watch the annual procession of Our Lady of Charity, the patron saint of Cuba, on the streets of downtown Havana September 8, 2005. Cuban archbishop Cardinal Jaime Ortega on Thursday expressed the Catholic church's and the Cuban people's solidarity with the victims of Hurricane Katrina, which created a humanitarian disaster after pummelling the U.S. Gulf Coast. REUTERS/Claudia Daut CD/SA
CUBA
RTRN60J
September 08, 2005
Cubans attend mass before the start of the procession of Our Lady of Charity, the patron saint of Cuba,...
Havana, Cuba
Cubans attend mass before procession of Our Lady of Charity in Havana.
Cubans attend mass before the start of the procession of Our Lady of Charity, the patron saint of Cuba, in Havana September 8, 2005. Cuban archbishop Cardinal Jaime Ortega on Thursday expressed the Catholic church's and the Cuban people's solidarity with the victims of Hurricane Katrina, which created a humanitarian disaster after pummelling the U.S. Gulf Coast. REUTERS/Claudia Daut CD/SA
CUBA SAINT KATRINA
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September 08, 2005
Cuban girls dressed as angels stand together before the procession of Our Lady of Charity, the patron...
Havana, Cuba
Cuban children dressed as angels stand before Our Lady of Charity procession in Havana.
Cuban girls dressed as angels stand together before the procession of Our Lady of Charity, the patron saint of Cuba, in Havana September 8, 2005. Cuban archbishop Cardinal Jaime Ortega on Thursday expressed the Catholic church's and the Cuban people's solidarity with the victims of Hurricane Katrina, which created a humanitarian disaster after pummelling the U.S. Gulf Coast. REUTERS/Claudia Daut CD/SA
CUBA
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September 08, 2005
The Cuban flag and a banner of Our Lady of Charity are carried during the annual procession of Cuba's...
Havana, Cuba
Cuban flag and banner of Our Lady of Charity are carried in procession in Havana.
The Cuban flag and a banner of Our Lady of Charity are carried during the annual procession of Cuba's patron saint in Havana September 8, 2005. Cuban archbishop Cardinal Jaime Ortega on Thursday expressed the Catholic church's and the Cuban people's solidarity with the victims of Hurricane Katrina, which created a humanitarian disaster after pummelling the U.S. Gulf Coast. REUTERS/Claudia Daut CD/SA
CUBA
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September 08, 2005
The statue of Our Lady of Charity, the patron saint of Cuba, is carried during a procession on the streets...
Havana, Cuba
Statue of Our Lady of Charity is carried during procession in Havana.
The statue of Our Lady of Charity, the patron saint of Cuba, is carried during a procession on the streets of downtown Havana, September 8, 2005. Cuban archbishop Cardinal Jaime Ortega on Thursday expressed the Catholic church's and the Cuban people's solidarity with the victims of Hurricane Katrina, which created a humanitarian disaster after pummelling the U.S. Gulf Coast. REUTERS/Claudia Daut CD/SA
CUBA
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September 08, 2005
Nuns from Missionaries of Charity stand as Cuban woman chants during procession of Our Lady of Charity...
Havana, Cuba
Nuns from Missionaries of Charity stand as Cuban woman chants during procession of Our Lady of Charity...
Nuns from Missionaries of Charity stand as Cuban woman chants during procession of Our Lady of Charity in Havana. Nuns from the Missionaries of Charity stand as a Cuban woman chants during the annual procession of Our Lady of Charity, the patron saint of Cuba, in downtown Havana September 8, 2005. Cuban archbishop Cardinal Jaime Ortega on Thursday expressed the Catholic church's and the Cuban people's solidarity with the victims of Hurricane Katrina, which created a humanitarian disaster after pummelling the U.S. Gulf Coast. REUTERS/Claudia Daut
CUBA SAINT KATRINA
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September 08, 2005
Cuban girls dressed as angels stand together before the procession of Our Lady of Charity, the patron...
Havana, Cuba
Cuban children dressed as angels stand before Our Lady of Charity procession in Havana.
Cuban girls dressed as angels stand together before the procession of Our Lady of Charity, the patron saint of Cuba, in Havana September 8, 2005. Cuban archbishop Cardinal Jaime Ortega on Thursday expressed the Catholic church's and the Cuban people's solidarity with the victims of Hurricane Katrina, which created a humanitarian disaster after pummelling the U.S. Gulf Coast. REUTERS/Claudia Daut CD/SA
CUBA POPE MASS
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April 04, 2005
Cuban President Castro with Cuban Cardinal Ortega during funeral mass for Pope John Paul II at Havana's...
Havana, Cuba
Cuban President Castro with Cuban Cardinal Ortega during funeral mass for Pope John Paul II at ...
Cuban President Castro with Cuban Cardinal Ortega during funeral mass for Pope John Paul II at Havana's cathedral. Cuban President Fidel Castro (2nd R) greets Cuban Cardinal Jaime Ortega (R), Archbishop of Havana, during the funeral mass for Pope John Paul II at Havana's cathedral, April 4, 2005. President Castro, paying his last respects to a man he called an "indefatigable warrior" for peace and the world's poor, attended for a second time a service in the cathedral since his 1959 revolution. REUTERS/Adalberto Roque/Pool
CUBA POPE
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April 03, 2005
Cuban Cardinal Jaime Ortega (C), Archbishop of Havana, officiates mass at the Cathedral of Havana, next...
Havana, Cuba
Cuban Cardinal Jaime Ortega officiates mass at Havanas cathedral.
Cuban Cardinal Jaime Ortega (C), Archbishop of Havana, officiates mass at the Cathedral of Havana, next to an image of Pope John Paul II, April 3, 2005. Cubans filled churches for services for Pope John Paul II, the only pontiff to set foot on the island. It was a 1998 visit that brought greater religious freedom, though not the opening up of the West's last Marxist state that many had expected. Cuban President Fidel Castro decreed three days of official mourning and suspended planned Communist Youth festivities and the finals of the official baseball league. REUTERS/Claudia Daut CD
CUBA POPE
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April 03, 2005
Cuban Cardinal Jaime Ortega (C), Archbishop of Havana, officiates mass at the Cathedral of Havana, next...
Havana, Cuba
Cuban Cardinal Jaime Ortega officiates mass at Havanas cathedral.
Cuban Cardinal Jaime Ortega (C), Archbishop of Havana, officiates mass at the Cathedral of Havana, next to an image of Pope John Paul II, April 3, 2005. Cubans filled churches for services for Pope John Paul II, the only pontiff to set foot on the island. It was a 1998 visit that brought greater religious freedom, though not the opening up of the West's last Marxist state that many had expected. Cuban President Fidel Castro decreed three days of official mourning and suspended planned Communist Youth festivities and the finals of the official baseball league. REUTERS/Claudia Daut CD
POPE CUBA
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April 02, 2005
A Cuban woman prays inside a church in Havana, April 2, 2005. Communist Cuba's state-run television gave...
Havana, Cuba
Cuban woman praying at church as Pope John Paul II's condition remains very serious.
A Cuban woman prays inside a church in Havana, April 2, 2005. Communist Cuba's state-run television gave the country's top Roman Catholic prelate rare air time Friday to inform Cubans that Pope John Paul II was on his deathbed. "A great man is dying," Cardinal Jaime Ortega, Archbishop of Havana, said in a six-minute statement on the nightly television newscast. It was only the second time the cardinal had addressed Cubans on television. The first was on the eve of the pontiff's historic visit to Cuba in January 1998. REUTERS/Claudia Daut CD
CUBA CHURCH
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May 29, 2003
The leader of Cuba's Catholic Church, cardinal Jaime Ortega pauses for
an interview in Havana on May...
Havana, Cuba - Republic of
LEADER OF CATHOLIC CHURCH IN CUBA CARDINAL JAIME ORTEGA DURING
INTERVIEW.
The leader of Cuba's Catholic Church, cardinal Jaime Ortega pauses for
an interview in Havana on May 29, 2003. Ortega has called for political
freedom in communist-run Cuba, but said the church will not join forces
with opponents of President Fidel Castro. Resisting calls from
Catholics in Cuba and abroad to back a fledgling opposition movement to
Castro's one-party state, the Archbishop of Havana said the church will
stick to its spiritual mission and work for reconciliation between
Cubans. REUTERS/Rafael Perez

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ORTEGA
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January 11, 2003
Cuban Cardinal Jaime Ortega speaks to the press as he attends an art exposition commemorating the fifth...
Havana, Cuba
Cuban Cardinal Jaime Ortega speaks to the press as he attends an art exposition commemorating the fi.....
Cuban Cardinal Jaime Ortega speaks to the press as he attends an art exposition commemorating the fifth anniversary to Cuba by [Pope John Paul II] in Havana, January 11, 2003. Ortega said the Catholic Church was still ignored in Cuba.
CUBA ORTEGA CHURCH
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January 11, 2003
Cuban Cardinal Jaime Ortega speaks to the press as he attends an art
exposition commemorating the fifth...
Havana, Cuba - Republic of
CUBAN CARDINAL ORTEGA ATTENDS AN ART EXPOSITION.
Cuban Cardinal Jaime Ortega speaks to the press as he attends an art
exposition commemorating the fifth anniversary to Cuba by Pope John
Paul II in Havana, January 11, 2003. Ortega said the Catholic Church
was still ignored in Cuba. REUTERS/Rafael Perez

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CUBA ORTEGA CHURCH
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January 11, 2003
Cuban Cardinal Jaime Ortega attends an art exposition commemorating the
fifth anniversary to Cuba by...
Havana, Cuba - Republic of
CUBAN CARDINAL ORTEGA ATTENDS AN ART EXPOSITION.
Cuban Cardinal Jaime Ortega attends an art exposition commemorating the
fifth anniversary to Cuba by Pope John Paul II in Havana, January 11,
2003. Ortega said the Catholic Church was still ignored in Cuba.
REUTERS/Rafael Perez

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NICARAGUA BOLANOS
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November 08, 2001
Nicaraguan President-elect Enrique Bolanos (L) greets to Cardinal
Miguel Obando during a meeting at...
Managua, Nicaragua - Republic of
NICARAGUAN PRESIDENT ELECT BOLANOS GREETS CARDINAL OBANDO.
Nicaraguan President-elect Enrique Bolanos (L) greets to Cardinal
Miguel Obando during a meeting at Catholic University in Managua
November 8, 2001. Liberal Party candidate Bolanos won Nicaragua's
presidency over Sandinista Front National Liberation Party leader
Daniel Ortega during November 4 elections. REUTERS/ Oswaldo Rivas

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COSTA RICA RELIGION
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October 25, 2001
Costa Rican President Miguel Angel Rodriguez (L) shakes hands Cuban
Cardinal Jaime Ortega as Sonia Picado...
San Jose, Costa Rica - Republic of
COSTA RICAN PRESIDENT RODRIGUEZ SHAKES HANDS CUBAN CARDINAL ORTEGA AT
PRESIDENTIAL HOUSE.
Costa Rican President Miguel Angel Rodriguez (L) shakes hands Cuban
Cardinal Jaime Ortega as Sonia Picado (C) President of the
Inter-American Institute of Human Rights looks on at the Presidential
House, in San Jose October 25, 2001. Ortega is on a four-day visit to
Costa Rica to meet with President Rodriguez and take part
ecclesiastical activities charity. REUTERS/ Juan Carlos Ulate

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