I have time for a quick post, and how can I not share bits about the Pope's trip to Mexico and Cuba which I came across a while ago? He spent almost a week (total) in the two nations and there's lots to read about and ruminate on. For starters, check out some other images taken during the trip besides the one above (CNS/Paul Haring), taken on the March 23 flight to Mexico.
And here's an excerpt from a Catholic World Report news item:
The Pope told the people of Cuba that the “path to a true social transformation” requires the formation of “virtuous men and women” who can help to “forge a worthy and free nation.”
“Cuba and the world need change, but this will occur only if each one is in a position to seek the truth and chooses the way of love, sowing reconciliation and fraternity,” he explained.
Read "Pope's message in Cuba touches hearts of Latin Americans"