Catholic magazine comes to Ortega's defense.Unidentified factions want to "eliminate" Cuban Cardinal Jaime Ortega, says an editorial in a local Catholic magazine that defended the controversial cardinal furiously and accused some of his critics of having "very little political intelligence."
Neither dissidents nor exiles have "clear and universal projects for the destiny of the nation" and some follow "agendas dictated dic·tate
v. dic·tat·ed, dic·tat·ing, dic·tates
1. To say or read aloud to be recorded or written by another: dictate a letter.
a. from abroad," says the May 23 editorial in Espacio Laical, run by the Lay Council of the Havana Archdiocese arch·di·o·cese
The district under an archbishop's jurisdiction.
The archdiocese's own magazine, Palabra Nueva, published an editorial defending Ortega, but the Espacio Laical editorial went further, all but arguing that Ortega alone has the right answers to Cuba's problems and either harshly dismissing his critics or accusing them of some sort of conspiracy against the prelate PRELATE. The name of an ecclesiastical officer. There are two orders of prelates; the first is composed of bishops, and the second, of abbots, generals of orders, deans, &c. .