According to figures from the Mexican government, as of July 25, more than 2.7 million cases of COVID-19 have been confirmed in the country, with more than 238,000 deaths.
The Catholic Parliamentary Office of the Bishops’ Conference of Scotland said in 2019 that Catholics were “disproportionately targeted in terms of religiously aggravated offending.”
Last year, Archbishop Angaelos signed a statement against China’s “potential genocide” of the Uyghurs, a largely-Muslim population in northwest China.
Cardinal Becciu is one of 10 defendants in what is the Vatican’s largest trial for financial crimes in modern times.
Bishop Mutsaerts, 63, suggested that the pope’s decision indicated that he was “losing authority.”
“There’s a shortage of food, hygiene supplies and personal health protection equipment” in Cuba, according to a CRS director.