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The following page lists stories about Venezuela published in LDS Church News, a publication of the Deseret News, Salt Lake City, Utah. Updated 01 Apr 2012

03/03/2012 Portland temple: Church's newest visitors' center opens
Elder Johnston is the newly called director of the visitors' center... He served as a counselor in the Caracas Venezuela Temple presidency.

03/01/2012 New mission presidents by area for 2012
Venezuela Barcelona: Edgar Lopez replaced by Juan C. Chacin. Venezuela Maracaibo: Sergio Krasnoselsky replaced by Juan F. Zorilla.


12/03/2011 New stake presidents
MERIDA VENEZUELA STAKE: President Garcia succeeding Antonio Perez.

11/26/2011 New stake presidents
A new stake has been created from the Cuidad Ojeda Venezuela Stake. The Cabimas Venezuela Stake, which includes the La Rita and Punta Gorda Branches and Buena Vista, Cabimas, La Rosa, Los Laureles and Los Medanos wards.

11/12/2011 New visitors' center directors
David Johnston, Portland Oregon Temple Visitors' Center; former counselor in the Caracas Venezuela Temple presidency.

11/05/2011 Missionary training center presidents
President Nicolaysen, Guatemala MTC; former president of the Venezuela Caracas Mission… President Sitterud, Spain MTC; former president of the Venezuela Barcelona Mission.

10/12/2011 A spiritual-growth fiesta for Hispanic members in Oklahoma City
Approximately 200 Hispanics from Mexico, … Venezuela, … and Costa Rica, now living in the Oklahoma City area, participated in some phase of the three-day event. .

10/01/2011 New temples announced
The Barranquilla Colombia will serve 45,000 members in 15 stakes and districts in Colombia and Venezuela.

07/23/2011 New stake presidents
SAN CRISTOBAL VENEZUELA STAKE: President Nuñez succeeding President Guardia.

07/16/2011 New stake presidents
A new stake has been created from the San Cristobal Venezuela Stake. The San Cristobal Venezeula Pirineos Stake, which includes the Capacho, Cordero, Pirineos, San Antonio del Tachira, Táriba and Ureña wards.

07/09/2011 New stake presidents
A new stake has been created from the Maracay Venezuela Stake. The Cagua Venezuela Stake, which includes the Cagua, La Mora, La Victoria, San Juan de los Morros, Sorocaima, Turmero and Villa de Cura wards.

06/18/2011 New stake presidents
A new stake has been created from the Puerto La Cruz Venezuela Stake inThe Cumaná Venezuela Stake, which includes the Ayacucho, Campeche, Cumanacoa, Cumaná, Mariguitar and Sucre wards.

05/28/2011 New mission presidents
President Lima called to serve as president of the Brazil Rio de Janeiro Mission. Sister Lima formerly served as an ordinance worker in the Venezuela Caracas Temple.

05/07/2011 New mission presidents
President Villamizar called as new president of Venezuela Caracas Mission.

05/07/2011 New stake presidents
VALENCIA VENEZUELA CANDELARIA STAKE: (Feb. 27, 2011) President Rojas succeeding President Mendez.

02/26/2011 New mission presidents
President Taylor, Arizona Phoenix Mission; is a former missionary in the Venezuela Maracaibo Mission.

02/19/2011 New mission presidents by area for 2011
For the Venezuela Caracas Mission: President Herrera is replaced with President Villamizar.

02/12/2011 South American tour emphasizes gospel teaching, learning
The Young Men general president’s two-week South American tour included visits to stakes in Venezuela, Ecuador, Colombia, Peru and Bolivia.

01/15/2011 New Stake Presidencies
A new stake has been created from the Maracaibo Venezuela South Stake. The San Francisco Venezuela Stake, which includes the Bolivar, El Caujaro, El Sol, La Cañada, San Francisco, Unión and Veinticuatro de Julio wards, has been created by Elder Marcus B. Nash of the Seventy.

12/11/2010 New Stake Presidencies
CARACAS VENEZUELA PALO VERDE STAKE: (Nov. 14, 2010) President Larreal succeeding Jaime Acevedo.

12/11/2010 Venezuela Storms
At the request of the local government, the Church opened the Ocumare del Tuy meetinghouse, outside of Caracas, to approximately 300 community residents.


11/20/2010 New stake presidents
MARACAIBO WEST STAKE: (Oct. 31, 2010) President Quevedo succeeding Eulogio Quero.

10/16/2010 Once a secret agent, now a warm-hearted greeter at the Mormon chapel door
He was sent to Venezuela under cover... The CIA also sent him to spy in Venezuela.

09/18/2010 New stake presidents
MARACAIBO VENEZUELA SOUTH STAKE: (Aug. 29, 2010) President Doria succeeding President Petit.

09/11/2010 Era of temple building a blessing in Latin America
After the dedication of the Caracas Temple, Carlos Ordenesta commented: "The temple is the best thing that has ever happened to Venezuela."

07/31/2010 Strengthening families requires help from each member
The Gonzales family in El Pinar Ward, Maracaibo South Stake, said family home evening, scripture study, family councils and Church meetings keep them strong.

07/24/2010 New stake presidents
The San Felix Venezuela Stake, which includes the El Callao Branch and El Progreso, San Felix 1st, San Felix 2nd, San Felix 3rd and Upata wards, has been created by Elder Marcus B. Nash of the Seventy.

07/03/2010 Mission presidents: Where they're going
In his talk at the 2010 Seminar for New mission presidents, President Boyd K. Packer gave the following figures pertaining to the destinations of newly called mission presidents… one… to… Venezuela.

06/26/2010 Sharing pioneer stories from South America
"The pioneers reflect our culture through their stories of faith and perseverance," said Brother Leal, a Venezuela native.

06/05/2010 New temple presidents
Robert Lees called as president of the Lima Peru Temple, served as president of the Venezuela Maracaibo Mission.

05/29/2010 New temple presidents
Luis Petit, 65 of Maracaibo Venezuela called as president of the Caracas Venezuela Temple.

04/24/2010 New Area Seventies
Alexander Mestre of Mérida, Venezuela called to serve as a new area seventy.

04/17/2010 New mission presidents
Javier Montalti of Guayana Venezuala called to serve as president of the Ecuador Guayaquil South Mission.

03/17/2010 Temples of the Church
a list of all the temples. Caracas Venezuela Temple; located in Caracas, Venezuela; dedicated 20 Aug 2000 by Gordon B. Hinckley

02/13/2010 New mission presidents
Jorge Gonzalo called to serve as president of the Venezuela Valencia Mission.

02/13/2010 Mission president assignments for 2010
Venezuela Valencia Mission: Abraham E. Quero will replace Jorge G. Montoya

02/11/2010 First stakes
a list of the all the first stakes in each country of the world. VENEZUELA: Caracas Venezuela Stake; Organized on 15 May 1977.

02/08/2010 Historical chronology of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints
1997: Aug. 7-14 — President Hinckley delivered 12 addresses to about 56,000 people in four nations of South America: Paraguay, Ecuador, Venezuela and Uruguay.

02/01/2010 Country information: Venezuela
a brief history of the Church in Venezuela and some demographic information.

02/01/2010 Country information: Trinidad & Tobago
Off the east coast of Venezuela in the Caribbean Sea, Trinidad & Tobago is a parliamentary democracy where the people speak English as the official language.

01/29/2010 Country information: Honduras
Source information for this article includes "Twenty-three New Stakes: Honduras, Norway, and Venezuela Get First Stake," Church News, July 1977.

01/29/2010 Country Information: Norway
Source information for this article includes "Twenty-three New Stakes: Honduras, Norway, and Venezuela Get First Stake," Church News, July 1977.

01/29/2010 Country information: Netherlands
Includes the history of the Dutch holdings in the Caribbean which were managed by the Venezuela Caracas Mission.

01/28/2010 Country information: Colombia
The Colombia-Venezuela Mission was created in 1968.

01/28/2010 Country information: Chile
Many Chileans, among them some Latter-day Saints, migrated to countries such as Argentina, Venezuela, Australia, Canada and the United States.

01/25/2010 Country information: Bolivia
Sources for this article included Allen Litster, "Pioneering in the Andes," Ensign, January 1997; "The Church in Bolivia, Colombia, Ecuador, Peru, and Venezuela," Ensign, January 1997.


12/05/2009 New stake presidents
Pedro Hernandez called to serve as the first president of the Punto Fijo Stake.

11/14/2009 Missionary Training Center Presidents
Douglas Earl called to serve as president of the Spain MTC. He served as a missionary in the Andes and Columbia Venezuela Mission.

10/14/2009 Top 10 stories of the 20th Century
President Hinckley travels world wide, including Venezuela.

09/18/2009 Mission presidents
A list of all the mission presidents in the world and the dates they were called: Venezuela Barcelona: Edgar Lopez, July 2009; Venezuela Caracas: Freddy V. Herrera, July 2008; Venezuela Maracaibo: Sergio L. Krasnoselsky, July 2009; Venezuela Valencia: Abraham E. Quero, April 2006

08/01/2009 Foreign connection for law students
Church associate general council aquired some of his international contacts in Venezuela.

06/13/2009 New temple presidents
Arthur Porter or Utah was called as president of the San Jose Costa Rica Temple. He formerly served as president of the Venezuela Maracaibo Mission.

06/13/2009 New stake presidents
Antonio Santafe called to serve as president of the Guarenas Stake.

03/14/2009 United by serving
Church News asked several priesthood leaders in Venezuela how they promoted unity during a period of dramatic national political and economical divisions. The leaders said the Church in Venezuela provided its members with a cohesive, spiritual sense of oneness. The members might have had opposing views on hot-button issues, but they were not discussed inside meetinghouses or at other LDS functions. Church buildings became "political free zones."

03/17/2009 Mission President assignments: 2009
Venezuela Barcelona: Edgar Lopez will replace Alexander Mestre. Venezuela Maracaibo: Sergio L. Krasnoselsky will replace Fidel Alberto Coello

02/18/2009 Coach for American team for 2009 Palmer Cup
Matt Thurmond served a mission in Venezuela.

02/14/2009 New stake presidents
Ramon Ernesto called to serve as president of the Maracay Stake.

02/14/2009 Shepherding: a sacred duty
U.S. Army Chaplain Keith Shurtleff served a mission to Venezuela.

01/31/2009 New mission presidents
Edgar Lopez of Guarenas, Venezuela called to serve as a mission president, assignment to be announced later.

01/24/2009 New mission presidents
Sherman Doll of California called to serve as a mission president, assignment to be announced later. He formerly served as a missionary in the Venezuela Caracas Mission.


08/16/2008 Church member claims silver medal
Maria Martine of La Paragua Ward (Ciudad Bolivar Venezuela Stake) was a member of Venezuela's Olympic fencing team at the 2008 Beijing Games. She competed in the women's individual epee event.

08/09/2008 U.S. ambassador
Robert Beecroft served as the US Ambassador to Jordon. Earlier in his life, he served a mission to Venezuela

06/08/2008 'A great blessing'
Members in Manaus, Brazil had to travel 40 hours to attend the Caracas Venezuela Temple.

06/21/2008 'I am a witness' Book of Mormon promise works
Interview with Rafael Pino of the Seventy. Pino was raised in Valencia, Venezuela. He served in the Maracaibo Mission. He lived in Caracas and is currently serving as the president of the Maracaibo Mission.

06/21/2008 Rafael E. Pino
a biographical sketch of Elder Pino.

04/26/2008 New misson presidents
Freddy Herrera called to serve as president of the Venezuela Caracas Mission.

04/12/2008 Called to Seventy
Elder Rafael E. Pino of Miranda, Venezuela is a new member of the Fourth Quorum of the Seventy assigned to the South America North Area. He worked as a Church employee. He is married to Patricia Monica Villa Dassler. They have three children.

04/05/2008 Elder D. Todd Christofferson named new apostle; other leaders called
Elder Rafael E. Pino of Valencia, Venezuela called to serve as a Seventy.

03/01/2008 New and returning Mission Presidents
From the Venezuela Caracas Mission, Freddy V. Herrera Molina will replace Danilo A. Paredes Onate

03/01/2008 New mission presidents
Guillermo Antivilo of Santiago, Chile was called to serve as president of the Dominican Republic Santo Domingo East Mission; formerlly served as a counselor in the Venezuela Caracas Mission presidency.

02/02/2008 Into all the world — Most traveled president in history
President Hinkley visited Caracas and Valencia in 1997. He visited Maracaibo in1999, and he visited Caracas again in 2000.


12/22/2007 New stake presidents
Ronal Cedeno called to serve as president of the Ciudad Bolivar Stake, and Juan Zorilla called to serve as president of the Maturin Stake

12/08/2007 Missionary Moments: Love, acceptance
Conversion story of Paul Serrano

11/17/2007 New stake presidents
CIUDAD OJEDA VENEZUELA STAKE: President Urdoneta, succeeding Rube Fausto Gonzalez Castro.

10/06/2007 Obituaries
Ralph Raymond Barnes , 80,, died Aug. 15, 2007. Brother Barnes served as president of the Caracas Venezuela Temple from 2002-2004.

10/06/2007 Messages of inspiration from President Hinckley
In 1999, when President Hinkley was in Maracaibo, he reminded the missionaries that they are the most prayed for people on earth.

08/25/2007 75 years of helping the poor
A survey of the history of the Bishop's Storehouse includes a reference to its expansion to Venezuela.

08/11/2007 Temples Worldwide
Article lists all the temples of the world includes the Venezuela Caracas Temple.

08/04/2007 New Temple Presidents
Teodoro Hoffmann called to serve as president of the Venezuala Caracas Temple.

07/21/2007 Unifying day
A special celebration in North Carolina included cultural demonstartions from Venezuela.

06/30/2007 Missionaries are called of God
President Monson recounts the sotry of a missionary who failed the foreign langauge test, but was sent to Venezuela anyway.

06/16/2007 New stake presidents
Antonio Perez called to serve as president of the Merida Stake.

05/05/2007 New Area Seventies
Mario Guerra former president of the Venezuela Valencia Mission called to serve as a Seventy.

04/07/2007 46 Area Seventies called; 29 released
Gamaliel Osorno of Caracas, Venezuela was sustained as a Seventy.

03/31/2007 5 general authorities called to serve full time
Gamaliel Osorno of Caracas, Venezuela was called as a Seventy.

03/17/2007 International storehouses meet need
Venezuela is listed as one of the many places where the Church operates a Bishop's Storehouw.


09/23/2006 'Roots of gospel' sunk deep in Brazil
Hinkley mentions the Venezuela temple in his address to saints in Brazil.

07/29/2006 New stake presidents
Javier Rafael Montalti called to serve as president of the Guayana Stake.

07/22/2006 Rich pioneer legacy continues in Pomerene
Pomerene Ward member Karl Fenn served as president of Maracaibo Mission.

07/22/2006 New stake presidents
Maracaibo West Stake created, Maracaibo Centro Stake reorganized

07/01/2006 New temple presidents
Former president of the Valencia mission called to serve as president of the Uruguay temple.

05/13/2006 New stake presidents
Guillermo Guardia called to serve as president of the San Cristobal Stake.

05/06/2006 New mission presidents
Brief biographical sketches of Presidents Coello, Mestre and Quero

05/06/2006 New stake presidents
David Alfonso Davila called to serve as president of Barquisimeto stake.

04/29/2006 Foreshadowed life of Church service
biographical sketch of new seventy Daniel L. Johnson's whose life included residence in Venezuela.

04/22/2006 New Area Seventies
biographical sketch of Javier Ibanez

04/08/2006 'Great conference' strengthens faith
Javier Ibanez or San Cristobal was called to to serve as an area authority seventy

04/01/2006 The newly called are sustained
Javier Ibanez or San Cristobal was called to to serve as an area authority seventy

03/28/2006 Returned LDS missionaries reuniting in Utah this weekend
Announcement for the Maracaibo mission reunion

03/11/2006 New stake presidents
Barinas stake created

03/04/2006 New and returning mission presidents
Presidents Osorno, Hoffmann and Alvarez return. Presidents Mestre, Coello and Quero called

03/04/2006 New Stake presidents
PUERTO LA CRUZ VENEZUELA STAKE: Jose Jesus Acevedo succeeding Jaurogui Nieves.

02/25/2006 New Stake presidents
Willelmus Jacobus Van Doorn called as president of the Venezuela stake

02/18/2006 New stake presidents
Los Teques Stake created in Caracas

02/11/2006 Olympic luge run
The daughter of the Venezuelan Olympian grants an interview

02/04/2006 Messages of inspiration from President Hinkley
Message to Maracaibo in 1999 remembered


12/10/2005 Historic milestones for Church in Colombia
In 1968, The Colombia-Venezuela Mission was created.

10/29/2005 U.S. missionaries leave Venezuela
Difficulties …have led the Church to remove its U.S. missionaries from Venezuela…

10/08/2005 Changes made in Presidency of the Seventy
Before his call to the Seventy, Elder Roueche was president of the Venezuela Barcelona Mission…

07/09/2005 Historic trip
After two years without going to a temple, members from Manaus, Brazil, recently made local history as they traveled to the Venezuela Caracas Temple.

06/25/2005 Glamour to grammar
In his home country of Venezuela, Israel Bilancieri was well known [as a make-up artist].

06/11/2005 New temple presidents
Elder Roueche has been called as president of the Mexico City Mexico Temple… former president of the Venezuela Barcelona Mission…

03/12/2005 New stake presidents
EL TIGRE: President Lozada succeeding Alfredo Rodriguez

02/26/2005 New and returning Mission Presidents
Venezuela Caracas, Danilo A. Paredes succeeding Allan J. Webb

02/12/2005 New stake presidents
BARCELONA: President Moret succeeding Edward Petit
URDANETA STAKE: President Melo succeeding Jorge Ruiz

01/29/2005 Living by the scriptures
Sister Corinna Motola, Venezuela Barcelona Mission, contributor

01/29/2005 New mission presidents
Danilo Augusto Paredes Onate from the Palo Verde Stake, assignment announced later

01/01/2005 Church News: Obituaries
Stephen Leon Brower served as president of the Colombia Venezuela Mission from 1968-1971


08/16/2003 New stake presidents
Alfredo Jose Rodriguez Carmona will be the first president of the El Tigre Venezuela Stake.

06/14/2003 New Area Authority Seventies
Jay L. Sitterud, Currently serving as president of the Venezuela Barcelona Mission.

05/31/2003 New stake presidents
Omar Argenis Alvarez M. succeeding Teodoro Hoffmann Ilica as president of the Valencia Venezuela Los Sauces Stake.

04/19/2003 New Area Authority Seventies
Rafael E. Pino, Miranda, Venezuela, counselor in the presidency of the Venezuela Caracas Mission.

04/19/2003 New stake presidents
Luis Manuel Petit succeeding Alberto Andis Alvarez Mosquera; as president of the Maracaibo Venezuela South Stake.

04/05/2003 New stake presidents
Wilker Jose Pacheco becomes the first president of the Barquisimeto Venezuela Obelisco Stake, while Fidel Alberto Coello Z. succeeds Julio Ramon Davila Duran as president of the Barquisimeto Venezuela Stake.

03/22/2003 New mission presidents
Gamaliel de Jesus Osorno F., Venezuela Barcelona Mission

03/15/2003 Elders return to military unit
An alumnus had been serving in Venezuela for about a year and was released to fight in the war against terrorism with the understanding that he could return to missionary work if he desired.

03/08/2003. . . New mission presidents for 105 missions
Gamaliel Osorno will replace Jay L. Sitterud as president of the Venezuela Barcelona Mission. Denton R. Rogers will replace James B. Martino as president of the Venezuela Maracaibo Mission. Mario E. Guerra will replace Kyle C. Blacker as president of the Venezuela Valencia Mission.


12/14/2002 . . . New stake presidencies
The Maturin Venezuela Stake, which includes the Enoc, Fundemos, Las Brisas, Los Guaritos and Paramaconi wards and the Punta de Mata branch, has been created by Elder Walter F. Gonzalez of the Seventy.

11/30/2002 . . . Friendship across the years
Their story began more than 40 years ago in an apartment building in Caracas, Venezuela.

11/23/2002 . . . Smaller-style temples dot the earth
There are now 50 such temples in operation. [Including] Caracas Venezuela

10/19/2002 . . . New temple presidents
Ralph Raymond Barnes, 75, Moraga Ward, Oakland California Stake, called as president of the Caracas Venezuela Temple, succeeding President Mac Rey Call. President Barnes' wife, Chloris Bowman Barnes, will serve as temple matron.

10/05/2002 . . . 172nd Semiannual General Conference: to be translated into 58
More than 827 stake centers will receive the broadcast live in … Venezuela ....

10/05/2002 . . . New temple presidents
Raymond Barnes has been called as president of the Caracas Venezuela Temple and his wife, Chloris Bowman Barnes, will be temple matron.

09/07/2002 . . . 114 temples now operating worldwide
Central/South America: Caracas Venezuela.

07/06/2002 . . . Global congregation views dedication broadcasts
"It was a very spiritual experience watching by satellite in our stake center," wrote Simon Albert Mendez of the Las Delicias Ward, Maracay Venezuela Stake.

04/20/2002 . . . Flooding in Peru, Ecuador
Church operations continued during civil unrest in Venezuela.

04/06/2002 . . . New mission presidents
Allan Jay Webb, 47, Venezuela Caracas Mission; Rexburg 16th Ward, Rexburg Idaho East Stake.

03/09/2002 . . . New and returning mission presidents
Venezuela Caracas: Allan Jay Webb succeeding James Gregory Andrus.

02/23/2002 . . . LDS Olympians
Werner Hoeger and Chris Hoeger, Venezuela Luge 2002.

02/23/2002 . . . About the cover
Other competitors included Werner and Chris Hoeger representing Venezuela.

02/16/2002 . . . Saving their best for last
The Hoegers trained for four years and represented Venezuela where Brother Hoeger was born.

02/02/2002 . . . Members of the Church participating in the 2002 Winter Olympics
Werner Hoeger and Chris Hoeger, Venezuela luge.

01/26/2002 . . . New stake presidencies
PUERTO LA CRUZ STAKE: (Dec. 9, 2001) President -- Jauregui Nieves succeeding Luis Gonzalez.


12/22/2001 . . . New stake presidencies
The Guarenas Stake created with Edgar Lopez D. as president.

12/01/2001 . . . Father, son team tackle Olympic luge together
Latter-day Saints from Idaho will represent Venezuela.

11/24/2001 . . . Missionary Training Center presidents
President Hopkins of the Valencia Mission will preside over the MTC in Guatemala.

11/03/2001 . . . Messages of inspiration from President Hinckley
From missionary meeting, Maracaibo, Venezuela, Aug. 3, 1999

10/20/2001 . . . New temple presidents
Venezuelan alumnus serves as matron of Lima, Peru Temple.

09/22/2001 . . . New stake presidencies
President Eduard Enrique Petit P. succeeded President Jesus Alberto Gonzalez C. of the Barcelona Stake.

09/01/2001 . . . Messages of inspiration from President Hinckley
From member meeting, Maracaibo, Venezuela, Aug. 3, 1999

05/12/2001 . . . Mexican colonies offering fruits of leadership
President Call of the Caracas Temple is from the Mexican colonies.

05/12/2001 . . . 'Drive for learning must have powerful spiritual component'
Elder Eyring, first contact in the Twelve for Venezuela, laments that he never learned Spanish from his bilingual father.

05/05/2001 . . . Messages of inspiration from President Hinckley
From member meeting, Maracaibo, Venezuela, Aug. 3, 1999

04/07/2001 . . . 'It all comes of the gift of faith'
President Hinckley spoke of a member meeting he presided over in Aruba, an island off the coast of Venezuela.

03/24/2001 . . . Prophet teaches, motivates Caribbean islanders
Aruba is an autonomous member of the Netherlands, located just 18 miles from Venezuela.

03/17/2001 . . . BYU students build pavilion
Miguel Ruiz, who directed the project, worked on the temple in Venezuela.

03/03/2001 . . . Messages of inspiration from President Hinckley
From Maracaibo, Venezuela, member meeting, Aug. 3, 1999

02/03/2001 . . . Messages of inspiration from President Hinckley
From missionary meeting, Maracaibo, Venezuela, Aug. 3, 1999

01/06/2001 . . . Messages of inspiration from President Hinckley
From member meeting, Maracaibo, Venezuela, Aug. 3, 1999


12/30/2000 . . . Year of transition: Church progresses in many ways
The first shipment of food and supplies donated by the Church arrived in Venezuela where floods killed thousands.

12/30/2000 . . . Travels of the prophet
Caracas, Venezuela, temple dedication, Aug. 20, 2000.

10/28/2000 . . . Caracas, city of eternal vision, promise
Chronicling the story of the Church in Venezuela.

10/14/2000 . . . Three members of Seventy given emeritus status
Carlos D. Vargas (Valencia, Venezuela) was released from his service as an Area Authority Seventy were

10/07/2000 . . . Messages of inspiration from President Hinckley
From missionary meeting, Maracaibo, Venezuela, Aug. 3 1999

08/26/2000 . . . Venezuela saints rejoicing at new Caracas temple
The Church's message of families and eternal life is reaching all of Venezuela.

08/26/2000 . . . Caracas Venezuela Temple: Facts and figures
Calle Cl Con Av. C, Urbanizacion, Caurimare, Venezuela

08/26/2000 . . . Dedicatory prayer excerpts: 'This most significant gift from Thee'
We pray for this great nation of Venezuela.

08/26/2000 . . . Pres. Monson observes 73rd birthday
After Pres. Hinckley returned from Caracas, he extended best wishes during a small reception.

08/12/2000 . . . Missionary moments: Faith works miracles
Sister Bridge had been a missionary in Valencia for six weeks when she learned how faith can work miracles.

08/12/2000 . . . New temple president
President Call, from Roswell New Mexico, called as the first president of the new Caracas D.F. Venezuela Temple

08/05/2000 . . . Upcoming dedication dates
No. 96. Caracas Venezuela Temple, Aug. 20, 2000.

08/05/2000 . . . Messages of inspiration from President Hinckley
From Maracaibo, Venezuela, member meeting, Aug. 3, 1999.

07/29/2000 . . . Dates of dedication set for first Caribbean, Venezuela temples
The Caracas D.F. Venezuela Temple will be dedicated in four sessions on Sunday, Aug. 20, 2000.

07/22/2000 . . . Meeting the world in Montreal
Marly Vaillancourt is originally from Venezuela. She speaks French and Spanish and now lives in the Montreal stake.

04/08/2000 . . . Enlist Divinity in building 'eternal houses'
Be an example in charity. Respond to disasters of nature, such as in Venezuela, and many other locations.

04/02/2000 . . . LDS temples under construction
Caracas, Venezuela

04/02/2000 . . . Sister Mary Ellen Smoot
Church members helped relieve suffering by making quilts. They have been sent to Venezuela.

03/11/2000 . . . New and Returning Mission Presidents
Barcelona: Sitterud succeeds Ibanez; Maracaibo: Martino succeeds Wight; Valencia: Blacker succeeds Alvarez.

03/04/2000 . . . Travels of the prophet: 1995-2000
Caracas, Venezuela, 1997; Valencia, Venezuela, 1997; Maracaibo, Venezuela, 1999

02/19/2000 . . . From around the world
Gustavo Maruri, of Ecuador, won a music contest. He has also appeared on television in Venezuela.

02/05/2000 . . . New stake presidencies
MARACAIBO VENEZUELA CENTRO STAKE: (Nov. 14, 1999) President Quero succeeded President Blanco.

02/05/2000 . . . LDS Foundation: Helping others bless lives
The Humanitarian Aid Fund finances relief from tragedies like the flood and mud slides in Venezuela.

01/29/2000 . . . More flood aid en route to Venezuela and Brazil
The Church is continuing its efforts to assist thousands of victims of the deadly December floods in northern Venezuela.

01/01/2000 . . . Local members assist thousands of flood victims in Venezuela
The first shipment of food and supplies was expected in Venezuela where floods have killed thousands.

01/01/2000 . . . 'We're happy to have you in this sanctified, wonderful hall'
Referring to the recent disaster in Venezuela, Mr. King asked Pres. Hinckley “…You don't question your faith?"


12/25/1999 . . . Quick response in Venezuela floods
All missionaries in northern Venezuela where rains caused loss of life during the second week of December are safe.

12/25/1999 . . . Travels of Pres. Hinckley: Relentless schedule
Maracaibo, Aug. 3; member meeting, Aug. 3: missionary meeting, Aug. 3

12/25/1999 . . . LDS Church: 1999 in review
Jan. 10: Ground was broken for the Caracas Temple. Aug. 3: special fireside in Maracaibo with President Hinckley.

10/16/1999 . . . Temples renamed to uniform guidelines
Some of the temple names were also altered to give clarity because of local usage, such as Caracas D. F. Venezuela.

08/28/1999 . . . Monumental success in missionary work
In the 1960s work opened in Venezuela, and the number of missionaries serving increased to 11,600.

08/14/1999 . . . Pres. Hinckley urges more missionary effort in Venezuela
President Gordon B. Hinckley encouraged members to double the number of members in this land.

07/31/1999 . . . Missionary moment: 'Your work continues'
Reading about a missionary in Venezuela and his experience of finding a family to whom to teach the gospel.

07/03/1999 . . . New stake presidencies
MARACAY VENEZUELA STAKE: (May 23, 1999) President Harrington succeeded President Herrera.

07/03/1999 . . . Church News: Obituary
Sister Virginia Moyle Marsh served with her husband, Howard John Marsh, when he presided over the Caracas Mission.

06/12/1999 . . . New stake presidencies
CARACAS VENEZUELA STAKE: (May 16, 1999) President Quero succeeded President Pino.

05/08/1999 . . . New mission presidents
James Andrus from the Provo Utah Edgemont South Stake will serve as president of the Caracas Mission.

04/24/1999 . . . New mission presidents
Rafael Pino & Fernando Silva of Caracas, will serve as pres. of the Argentina Rosario and the Brazil Salvador Missions

04/10/1999 . . . Pres. Hinckley shares feelings about Savior, as conference falls
Andres Dominguez of Venezuela attended a Saturday session on Temple Square.

04/03/1999 . . . Status of announced temples across world
Caracas: announced - September 30, 1995; ground broken - January 10, 1999; construction started.

03/13/1999 . . . Missionary moments: 'I cried when I left'
Elder Eric J. Harlow, Venezuela Barcelona Mission had been in the mission field a little over a year.

03/06/1999 . . . New and returning mission presidents
Venezuela Caracas James Andrus to succeed Timothy Warren Nicolaysen.

02/20/1999 . . . Cover story: 100th temple announced; site in historic Palmyra
Revised plans were announced for temple in Caracas, Venezuela

02/20/1999 . . . Status of announced temples
Caracas Venezuela -- Starting construction

01/30/1999 . . . Venezuela groundbreaking: Build foundations in life that allow
Hundreds gathered to experience history as ground was broken for the first temple in Venezuela.

01/02/1999 . . . Remembering 'a servant of the Lord'
Elder Archibald's professional career stemmed from the fact that he spoke Spanish, having lived in Venezuela.


12/19/1998 . . . Elder Archibald missing following mishap in Chile
During the course of his business career, he and his family have lived Venezuela.

12/12/1998 . . . Many nations represented at ceremonies
Diplomats from Venezuela attended the lighting ceremony at the Washington Temple Visitors Center.

11/28/1998 . . . New stake presidencies
CIUDAD OJEDA VENEZUELA STAKE: (Sept. 13, 1998) President Gonzalez succeeded President Carrizo.

1/14/1998 . . . Diplomats join members for `California-style' fun
Venezuela represented at a picnic to promote mutual understanding of the international Church.

10/24/1998 . . . Temples of the World
Caracas Venezuela announced Sep. 30, 1995

09/05/1998 . . . `LDS Day at Giants' draws some 5,000
Attending the game as a guest of the Church was Alonso Perez-Marchelli, consul general of Venezuela

08/29/1998 . . . First Presidency announces temples for Spokane, Detroit
The site designated for the Caracas Temple is awaiting construction start.

08/08/1998 . . . A temple in Ukraine
A small temple has previously been announced for Caracas, Venezuela.

08/01/1998 . . . Inspiration came for smaller temples on trip to Mexico
Since the announcement of the first small temples, the Church has announced one for Caracas.

07/04/1998 . . . Correction - 5 new areas announced worldwide
The South America North Area, including Venezuela, will retain its headquarters in Quito, Ecuador.

06/06/1998 . . . An invitation to help leads to many years of dedicated service
Interview with Elder Ned B. Roueche, former president of the Barcelona Mission.

05/23/1998 . . . Locations for six of 30 small temples given
A temple previously announced for Venezuela will be a small temple, built in Caracas.

04/18/1998 . . . Leader called to Dominican Republic
Dean L Larsen, former president of the Caracas Mission, has been called as president of the Dominican Republic MTC.

04/11/1998 . . . 13 new General Authorities called
04/04/1998 Elder Ned B. Roueche former president of the Venezuela Barcelona Mission was called to the seventy.

03/28/1998 . . . Temples now planned in 30 nations
Venezuela’s first temple is nearing construction.

02/21/1998 . . . Church News: Death
Pres. Robinson, from Safford, Ariz., had served as a missionary in Venezuela.

1/24/1998 . . . President named for training center in Dominican Republic
Melvin Robinson, former missionary in Venezuela, has been called as president of the Dominican Republic MTC


12/27/1997 . . . In 1997, Prophet traveled the globe
Caracas, Venezuela, August 13; Valencia, Venezuela, August 13.

12/27/1997 . . . Blessed are the merciful. . .
In 1978 Seville Rubini and his wife, Mora, traveled to the Washington Temple from Venezuela to be married.

12/27/1997 . . . The year in review
Aug. 9-10: President Hinckley delivered addresses to people in Venezuela.

12/13/1997 . . . Many nations represented at ceremonies
Diplomats from Venezuela participated in the Washington Temple Festival of Lights lighting ceremonies Dec. 2-3

10/11/1997 . . . Five new temples are announced
The previously announced plan to construct a temple in Venezuela is also going forward with the search for a site.

08/23/1997 . . . Enthusiastic members welcome prophet
The long-awaited visit of the prophet to Venezuela was a happy event

08/23/1997 . . . New stake presidencies
MERIDA: (3-23) Created from the district. Pres. Herrera. SAN CRISTOBAL: (3-16) Pres. Manuel succeeding Pres. Ibanez.

08/23/1997 . . . Rapid pace across South America
Traveling to Valencia, Venezuela, on Aug. 13, he spoke to about 200 missionaries and 11,000 members in two meetings.

06/21/1997 . . . New stake presidencies
GUAYANA VENEZUELA STAKE: (May 4, 1997) President Dotter succeeded President Parra.

06/21/1997 . . . He made the decision on his wedding day to live gospel covenants
Interview with Elder Dale E. Miller, former president of the Caracas Mission.

04/12/1997 . . . Fourth Quorum of the Seventy
Francisco G. Gimenez, Caracas, Venezuela; Carlos D. Vargas, Valencia, Venezuela.

04/12/1997 . . . Third temple announced for Brazil, in Campinas
The search for suitable property continues in Venezuela.

04/05/1997 . . . Temple announced for Albuquerque, N.M.
Additional temples awaiting groundbreaking ceremonies include Caracas Venezuela

03/29/1997 . . . New mission presidents
Javier Ibanez L. Barcelona, alumnus of the Caracas Mission. Gary R. Wight, alumnus of the Venezuelan Mission.

03/29/1997 . . . Vernal temple dates of open house and dedication are set
Awaiting groundbreaking ceremonies is the Caracas Venezuela Temple.

03/22/1997 . . . New mission presidents
Omar A. Alvarez, Valencia Mission; Caracas Venezuela Stake.

03/15/1997 . . . New and Returning Mission Presidents: 1997
Barcelona: Ibanez succeeds Roueche; Maracaibo: Wight succeeds Porter; Valencia: Alvarez succeeds Hopkins.

02/22/1997 . . . SHINING MOMENTS: LITTLE HEROES
Luis, from Venezuela who Sister Emerson calls "her little hero"…

01/18/1997 . . . PIONEERS SEEN THROUGH THE EYES OF CHILDREN
Miguel Angel Gardie, 9, of the Carupano 2nd Branch, Barcelona Mission, made a timeline of her "pioneer" family

01/11/1997 . . . CORRECTION - ST. LOUIS TEMPLE DOORS OPEN TO PUBLIC IN APRIL
A temple has been announced in Caracas, Venezuela.


11/16/1996 . . . CONSTRUCTION WELL UNDER WAY ON MADRID TEMPLE
In addition, a temple has also been announced for Caracas, Venezuela;

10/19/1996 . . . MOUNT TIMPANOGOS TEMPLE DEDICATED
One has been announced for Caracas Venezuela.

08/31/1996 . . . NEW STAKE PRESIDENCIES
BARCELONA VENEZUELA STAKE: (June 9, 1996) President Gonzalez succeeded President Luces

08/24/1996 . . . FIRST PRESIDENCY CALLS NEW AREA AUTHORITIES
Francisco G. Gimenez, 42, Caracas, Venezuela

04/20/1996 . . . POSTPONING BASEBALL FOR A MISSION BRINGS BLESSINGS
Tyson's two years in the Venezuela Caracas Mission were enjoyable and fulfilling.

03/16/1996 . . . NEW AND RETURNING MISSION PRESIDENTS
Venezuela Caracas: Timothy W. Nicolaysen succeeds Dean L. Larsen

02/17/1996 . . . NEW STAKES PRESIDENCIES
CARACAS VENEZUELA URDANETA STAKE: (Jan. 7, 1996) President Ruiz succeeded President Arraez

02/03/1996 . . . NEW STAKES PRESIDENCIES
CANDELARIA (NEW): (11/19/95) Pres. Osorno; VALENCIA LOS SAUCES: Pres. Hoffman succeeded Pres. Osorno

01/27/1996 . . . NEW STAKE PRESIDENCIES
SAN CRISTOBAL: (11/19/95) Created from the San Cristobal Districts with Pres. Javier Ibanez Leon.


12/30/1995 . . . A LOOK BACK AT SIGNIFICANT EVENTS OF 1995
The possibility of a temple in Venezuela was announced.

11/04/1995 . . . FROM AROUND THE WORLD
For the first time, members in Caracas received live satellite telecasts of general conference in October.

10/07/1995 . . . CONFERENCE UNITES IN `SOCIALITY OF FAITH'
"the possibility of a temple in Venezuela,"

10/07/1995 . . . `TRUTHS FOR OUR TIME'
with a possibility of a third in Venezuela

10/07/1995 . . . 2 TEMPLES TO BE BUILT IN EASTERN U.S.
"We are working on the possibility of a temple in Venezuela."

08/05/1995 . . . CHURCH NAMES AREA AUTHORITIES
Carlos D. Vargas, Valencia; regional representative.

06/03/1995 . . . WORK BEGINS ON COLOMBIA TEMPLE
The Bogota Colombia Temple District includes Colombia and Venezuela.

04/15/1995 . . . NEW MISSION PRESIDENTS
Jose L. Blanco, Ecuador Guayaquil South Mission; Philadelphia Pennsylvania Stake; born in Caracas, Venezuela.


11/12/1994 . . . NEW STAKE PRESIDENCIES
BARQUISIMETO STAKE: (08-28-94) Created from the Barquisimeto and Barquisimeto Este districts with Pres. Davila.

11/05/1994 . . . FAMILY HISTORY GIVEN TO BOLIVIAN PRESIDENT
Elder Nelson held area training meetings in Bogota, Colombia, for Church leaders of Colombia and Venezuela.

08/20/1994 . . . NEW STAKE PRESIDENCIES
MARACAIBO STAKE: (07-03-94) Pres. Gonzalez succeeded Pres. Rodriguez.

07/09/1994 . . . CHOIR BRINGS HISPANIC SISTERS CLOSER TOGETHER
Some came from Mexico, others were born in Spain, Cuba, Ecuador, Venezuela, Peru or Chile.

04/02/1994 . . . NEW MISSION PRESIDENTS
Biographical sketch of Pre. Hopkins, Venezuela Caracas West Mission.

03/26/1994 . . . NEW MISSION LEADERS ASSIGNED
Barcelona: Pres. Roueche; West: Pres. Hunter succeeds Pres. Hopkins; Maracaibo: Pres. Turley succeeds Pres. Porter.

01/29/1994 . . . NEW STAKE PRESIDENCIES
MARACAIBO: (12-19-93) Pres. Alvarez succeeded Pres. Jorge Guillen Paredes;

01/22/1994 . . . MISSIONARY TRAINING CENTER PRESIDENTS CALLED
Alejandro Portal C., born in Caracas, will serve in Peru.

01/08/1994 . . . NEW ARMY CHAPLAIN IS APPOINTED
Brother Shurtleff served in the Venezuela Maracaibo Mission from 1979-81.


12/25/1993 . . . `WE WERE ALL SO FRIGHTENED': FIERY FLIGHT TEACHES HER TO REPLAC
I was aboard a flight returning from Bogota to Caracas where I was living.

09/25/1993 . . . NEW REGIONAL REPRESENTATIVES
Francisco G. Gimenez, Caracas Stake; to serve in Maracaibo Venezuela Region.

08/14/1993 . . . CHURCH MEMBERS SAFE AFTER 8.2 EARTHQUAKE IN GUAM, TROPICAL STORM
Missionaries and members were alo reported safe after a severe tropical storm struck early Sunday, Aug. 8.

08/14/1993 . . . NEW STAKE PRESIDENCIES
VALENCIA STAKE: (05-30-93) Pres. Osorno succeeded Pres. Vargas.

07/24/1993 . . . NEW REGIONAL REPRESENTATIVES
Carlos D. Vargas, Valencia Stake; to serve in the Caracas Venezuela Region.

07/10/1993 . . . COLOMBIA TEMPLE GROUNDBREAKING
Patron housing will accommodate members traveling long distances in the temple district that includes Venezuela.

05/29/1993 . . . ATLANTA: INNER-CITY DISTRICT GATHERS MANY OF DIVERSE CULTURES I
Pres. Castillo was an architect in Venezuela for years before coming to the U.S.

05/15/1993 . . . NEW REGIONAL REPRESENTATIVES
JORGE ALBERTO UBOLDI, Quito Ecuador Inaquito Stake; to serve in the Valencia and Barcelona regions

03/27/1993 . . . NEW MISSION PRESIDENTS
Dean L Larsen, Caracas East Mission

02/06/1993 . . . NEW MISSION PRESIDENTS
Jose M. Jimenez, Caracas Venezuela Stake; assignment to be announced.

01/30/1993 . . . COUPLE'S MOTTO: `WE'LL GO ANYWHERE'
Brother and Sister Shreeve accepted a call in 1991 to the Colombia MTC and helped train missionaries from Venezuela.

01/23/1993 . . . PEOPLE IN THE CHURCH
Alexis was selected as a delegate to the 2nd South American Model UN Conference held recently in Caracas, Venezuela.


08/15/1992 . . . NEW STAKE PRESIDENCIES
PUERTO LA CRUZ: Created from the Barcelona Stake with Pres. Gonzalez. BARCELONA: Pres. Luces succeeded Pres. Campos.

08/08/1992 . . . FROM AROUND THE WORLD
The Maracaibo Mormon Choir was invited to join choirs of 3 universities in presenting Handel's Messiah in Maracaibo.

07/04/1992 . . . NEW STAKE PRESIDENCIES
MARACAIBO CENTRO STAKE: (05-17-92) Created from the Maracaibo Stake. President - Ruben Dario Blanco Valles.

06/27/1992 . . . SERVING WITH A `HOLINESS OF HEART'
Elder Archibald’s business career has taken him to live in Japan, Canada, Puerto Rico, Mexico, Venezuela and Brazil.

03/14/1992 . . . NEW MISSION PRESIDENTS
Victor R. Villasmil, assigned to the Peru Lima South Mission; from the Maracaibo Venezuela Stake.

02/29/1992 . . . FROM AROUND THE WORLD
The new center will now train all local missionaries called to serve in Colombia, Ecuador and Venezuela.


12/28/1991 . . . YEAR IN REVIEW: 1991
Creation of the new Venezuela Caracas West Mission.

11/09/1991 . . . FROM AROUND THE WORLD
A seminar for the 16 mission presidents serving in Ecuador, Venezuela, Colombia, Peru and Bolivia, was held.

09/28/1991 . . . NEW STAKE PRESIDENCIES
MARACAIBO SOUTH STAKE: (08-11-91) Pres. Jorge Guillen Paredes, succeeds Pres. Abraham Eulogio Quero Pernalete

08/10/1991 . . . THREE NEW STAKES HAVE BEEN CREATED.
MARACAIBO STAKE: (04-28-91) Pres. Oswaldo Alfonso Rodreguez Escola, succeeded Pres. Villasmil

06/15/1991 . . . NEW STAKE PRESIDENCIES
CIUDAD OJEDA: Created from the Maracaibo South and Maracaibo stakes. Pres. Carrizo CARACAS: Pres, Pino succeeded Pres. Chacon.

05/11/1991 . . . HE ENCOURAGES TIE TO ANCESTRAL PAST
He began a succession of positions as Church director of temporal affairs (DTA) for Peru, Bolivia and Venezuela.

04/20/1991 . . . COLOMBIAN CONVERT CALM AMID TENSIONS
The program expanded and he was assigned to also cover Venezuela, Peru and Bolivia.

03/23/1991 . . . SIX NEW MISSIONS TO BE CREATED
In the March 16 Church News five other new missions were announced including theVenezuela Caracas West mission.

03/16/1991 . . . SOUTH AMERICA MISSIONS TO NUMBER 48
Venezuela Caracas West

01/19/1991 . . . BUILDERS OF SPIRITUAL FOUNDATIONS
In Venezuela many residents only speak a local Indian dialect and not the predominant language.

01/12/1991 . . . MISSIONARY FORCE GAINS IN STRENGTH
Now serving are Steven in the Venezuela Maracaibo and Grant in the Chile Concepcion missions.


12/22/1990 . . . NEW STAKE PRESIDENCIES: EVAN CURTIS FAWSON
Elder Faust created the Maracay Venezuela Stake.

05/05/1990 . . . WORLDWIDE ART OBJECTS REFLECT GOSPEL THEMES
The artist is Victor de la Torres, a native of Ecuador who now lives in Caracas, Venezuela.

03/31/1990 . . . WORLDWIDE MISSIONS: 122 LEADERS ASSIGNED
Venezuela Caracas: Teodoro Hoffmann Ilica succeeded D. H. Asay.

03/10/1990 . . . NEW MISSION PRESIDENTS
Teodoro Hoffmann I., Valencia Venezuela Stake.

03/10/1990 . . . SERVICES IN 3 SOUTH AMERICAN NATIONS AND ISLAND REPUBLIC
Elder Ballard dedicated Trinidad and Tobago, a nation lying off the coast of Venezuela.

01/27/1990 . . . LEHI'S CHILDREN BLESSED BY LIMA TEMPLE
Distance traveled by temple visitors who come from Venezuela

01/13/1990 . . . CENTERS PREPARE MISSIONARIES TO BE 'EFFECTIVE INSTRUMENTS'
"Missionaries come here from Mexico and Venezuela,"


12/02/1989 . . . 12TH PROPHET KEPT WHIRLWIND PACE OF WORK
Among the places he visited were Uruguay, Venezuela and South Africa.

11/11/1989 . . . WORK IN SOUTH AMERICA CONTINUES TO GROW
In Colombia, Elder Ballard held an area training meeting, with attendance of mission presidents from Venezuela

09/23/1989 . . . NEW REGIONAL REPRESENTATIVES: RAFAEL DE LA CRUZ P.
To serve the Chiclayo and Iquitos Peru regions; served a mission to Colombia/Venezuela;

07/15/1989 . . . NEW STAKE PRESIDENCIES
Elder Scott officiated at the creation of the Barcelona Venezuela Stake, the sixth stake in the country.

06/10/1989 . . . NEW STAKE PRESIDENCIES
Elder Abrea officiated at the creation of the Caracas Venezuela Urdaneta Stake, the sixth stake in Venezuela.

01/14/1989 . . . NEW STAKE PRISIDENCIES
Elsewhere, stakes were reorganized in Guayana, Venezuela.


08/27/1988 . . . CHURCH BUOYS PAIR IN AND OUT OF WATER
Evans served in Venezuela, where he said he received eight years' worth of a college education in 18 months.

08/13/1988 . . . FROM AROUND THE WORLD
Local youths spend part of their school vacation serving with full-time missionaries in the Venezuela Caracas Mission.

03/19/1988 . . . ASSIGNMENTS ANNOUNCED FOR NEW MISSION PRESIDENTS
Venezuela Maracaibo: Cesar H. Cacuango succeeds Robert W. Lees.

03/12/1988 . . . HISTORY SET AT A NEW PACE: IN CARTAGENA, CHURCH MOVES BY THE MO
Nestled halfway between Columbia's borders with Panama and Venezuela.

01/30/1988 . . . NEW LEADERS CALLED FOR 13 CENTERS
Karl R. and Thelma Fenn: Mexico City Training Center. Former president of the Venezuela Maracaibo Mission.

01/09/1988 . . . BOOK OF MORMON IN 80TH LANGUAGE
"But the language they really love and feel at home with is Papiamento," says Pres. Asay of the Caracas Mission, which includes these islands.

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