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Venezuelan cardinal urges lawmakers to respect Catholic voice

Catholic World News - August 03, 2010

After President Hugo Chavez lashed out at Cardinal Jorge Urosa, someVenezuelan politicians expected the prelate to take a confrontational stance during a speech to the national assembly. Instead the cardinal spoke gently but persuasively, underlining his right to speak as a citizen and a Church leader.

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