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Catholic Church in Cuba asks for national dialogue amid economic crisis

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In an exclusive interview, Father Ariel Suarez, assistant secretary of the Conference of Catholic Bishops of Cuba, told NBC News that the Catholic Church in communist-run Cuba is asking for a national dialogue to help resolve the economic crisis on the island. Suarez speaks on the March 17 protest, stating that the desires for change "have become palpable."