Bishop Polito Rodríguez Méndez of San Carlos said the crisis in Venezuela is likely to worsen in the coming months, which will seriously affect the Church in the country, which is already lacking financial resources.
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COMMENTARY: Pope Francis June 19 approved a miracle attributed to intervention of the Dr. Jose Gregorio Hernandez (1864-1919), paving the way for his beatification.
The bishops noted that the lockdown and social distancing have "managed to stop the spread of the disease for a time," but in the last week, "the number of those infected has increased alarmingly."
On April 25, Venezuelan vice president Delcy Rodríguez announced state intervention and oversight of several food supply companies in order to control the prices of 27 products for 180 days.
Archbishop Gutiérrez voiced concern over the hunger-fueled looting and protests throughout the country, as well as the government’s violent suppression of the protests.
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In an exclusive Register interview, the archbishop discusses the plight of his people as they endure Venezuela’s ongoing political and economic crisis.
Freelancer Cody Weddle recounts his recent arrest by the Venezuelan government and shares his firsthand view of Venezuela’s economic and political breakdown.
Mother Emilia Rivero says even though her nursing home has had problems getting water, all residents are well cared for and fed.
The Holy Father said Tuesday that he had not read Nicolas Maduro’s letter, but expressed an openness to help.