Italian journalist explains Vatican role in arranging Venezuelan crisis talks

Italian journalist explains Vatican role in arranging Venezuelan crisis talks

Venezuela. How Francis Is Coming To Save a Nation on the Brink of the Abyss (L’Espresso)

[So much for synodality/collegiality/consultation with the local hierarchy on the Pope’s part!]

Catholic World News – November 07, 2016

Sandro Magister, the noted Vatican-watcher of L’Espresso, has provided the background story explaining how the Vatican arranged for talks between the Venezuelan government of President Nicolas Maduro and the opposition party.

The Vatican’s involvement—which eventually led to negotiations, with Archbishop Emil Paul Tscherrig, the apostolic nuncio in Venezuela, acting as mediator—developed without the active participation of the Venezuelan bishops, who have frequently clashed directly with Maduro.

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2 comments on “Italian journalist explains Vatican role in arranging Venezuelan crisis talks

  1. developed without the active participation of the Venezuelan bishops, who have frequently clashed directly with Maduro.

    Yes, yes. It’s always those anti-socialist types who “clash.” Maduro (please don’t dignify him with the title ‘president’) has reduced Venezuela to a Hell hole where folks are starving to death because that pig hates the thought of some grocer making a profit. When will folks realize that socialism and communism are a demonic blindness. But no. For Francis, dialog is the only answer. We have to ‘understand’ Maduro, Castro, and their ilk.

    Next on stage: Hillary.

    • Why does Pope Francis seek to prop up failing entities (civil and religious) such as Maduro and Castro’s socialist paradises in Venezuela and Cuba, respectively, as well as Archlayman of Canterbury Welby’s Church of England (ridden with pansexualist policies and personnel) and Archbishopette Jackie’s Lutheran Church in Sweden (with only 1% of the population attending its services)?

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