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CHÁVEZ'S HEALTH | Benedict XVI meets with Monsignor Azuaje

Pope urges Venezuelans to be confident

The first vice-president of the Bishops' Conference had a talk with the Pope during the opening of the Pontifical Council

EL UNIVERSAL
Tuesday January 22, 2013  12:46 PM
Pope Benedict XVI would like Venezuelans to keep their faith in God. "He shall help you" to overcome the current uncertainty prevailing in Venezuela due to the protracted convalescence of President Hugo Chávez, recommended the Venezuelan Bishops' Conference (CEV) in a press release.

"Rest assured, God will help you," was the message delivered by the Pope to Venezuelans, according to the president of Caritas Venezuela and CEV first vice-president, Monsignor José Luis Azuaje. The priest managed to meet with the Pope at the end of the General Assembly of the Pontifical Council COR UNUM (One single heart).

Azuaje thanked the Pope for his words and encouraged Venezuelans to take them into account. "(These words) should be a guide for action and an itinerary for hope in the light of so many uncertainties," he advised.
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