Travel agent who set up Cuba pilgrimage finds forgiveness after arson

Jorge Silva | Catholic News Service
MIAMI -- Meeting with Church leaders and pilgrims who traveled to Cuba for Pope Benedict XVI's visit there in March, the Florida travel agent whose offices were set ablaze after arranging the pilgrimage said she is at peace about the matter. "I forgive the person who did this. I may have lost an office, but this person is carrying around what he did in his heart," said Airline Brokers owner Vivian Mannerud at a gathering June 28 at which Miami Archbishop Thomas G. Wenski blessed a new temporary office space for the company.

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