- Pope responds to news of resignation
- The news that came out was baseless.
- Pope denies stepping down
An Italian newspaper has reported that the pope’s health continues to deteriorate after surgery last July and that he could resign at any moment. The newspaper reported that the pope would step down on his birthday. Following the news, the pope responded with strong suspicions among the faithful.
The pope said 33 centimeters of the intestine had been cut off. “He could have eaten anything after the surgery. He had difficulty eating before. He did not recognize the stomach problem at first. He went on to take antibiotics and other drugs. In the meantime, he met a male nurse at the Vatican who advised him to perform surgery and treat him. He was the one who saved his life.” Clarified.
I do not know where the news of my resignation came from. “I do not think so,” he said. Currently not experiencing any health issues. The pope has announced that he will attend a climate change conference in Glasgow in November. He was hospitalized for 11 days after surgery in July. He will visit Hungary and Slovakia from 12 to 15 this month. There will also be trips to Cyprus, Greece and Malta. December marks the pope’s 85th birthday.
Pope Francis has been admitted to Gemmalli Hospital in Rome for treatment of a bowel obstruction. He underwent surgery after a specialist examination. The surgery was led by a team of 10 doctors. Vatican spokesman Bruni had earlier said the 84-year-old pope should not be worried about his health.
In the first week of August, there was controversy over the sending of bullets in the mail to Pope Francis. Preliminary investigation revealed that the three bullets were sent from France. The pope received ammunition that could be used on a pistol. The bullets were found by postal workers in Milan, northern Italy. The information was immediately handed over to the police. The cover of the bullets also contained references to the Vatican’s financial dealings. Police said the address was Pope, Vatican City, St. Peter’s Square, Rome. It has also been found that writing is done with a pen. Authorities have not released further details about the message.
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