Cuba and the Missionary Servants of the Most Blessed Trinity: A History of the Social Services of This Religious Community in Cuba, 1948–1955
Background of the Study. Southeast of the United States lies along narrow island, Cuba by name, where centuries ago Columbus plantedthe seed of the Faith which flourished as the official religion of the people until the breaking away from the mother country in 1898. various forces were at work infiltrating Freemasonry which grew rapidly through contact with the American lodges. American money backed Protestant schools set up in strategic places with all kinds of allurements and facilities to get for themselves the students of Catholic schools, rather than for bringing culture and education into the country.
Farrell, Mary John of Calvary, "Cuba and the Missionary Servants of the Most Blessed Trinity: A History of the Social Services of This Religious Community in Cuba, 1948–1955" (1956). ETD Collection for Fordham University. AAI30844950.