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Pope Francis says resigning ‘does not cross his mind’ amid health struggles

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Pope Francis has put down all rumors of a future resignation from the Holy See.

In a meeting with more than a dozen Catholic bishops from Brazil who visited the Vatican, Pope Francis discussed his health and future plans for his reign. The Pope told Archbishop Roque Paloski, who, according to the Portuguese version of the Holy See, that resigning from the Holy See “does not go beyond his heart.” Vatican official news service..

However, the Pope is not pretending to be of great health, and it is reported to the bishops that although he faces many challenges, God wants to live the life given to him to the end.

This private, seemingly unruly comment shatters weeks of speculation that Pope Francis was thinking of the end of his Pope.

Francisco preaches “Frailty,” “old age,” and health concerns

Pope Francis celebrates Palm Sunday Mass on Sunday, April 10, 2022 at St. Peter’s Square in Vatican.
(AP photo / Gregorio Borgia)

Rumors first began after he appointed a new cardinal in reports of his health challenges and the cancellation of engagements of multiple apostles. Pope Francis added fuel to rumors He visited the city of L’Aquila in central Italy in August and announced that he would hold a feast initiated by Pope Celestine V, one of the few Pontiffs who resigned before Pope Benedict XVI resigned in 2013.

However, intimate Pope adviser Oscar Andres Rodriguez Maladiaga has previously dismissed the rumor as a “cheap soap opera.”

Last July, the Pope underwent colon surgery and was hospitalized for almost two weeks. Since his surgery, the Department of Divinities has regularly complained about knee pain and other side effects that make mobility and physical activity difficult.

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File Photo: Pope Francis arrives in a wheelchair and meets with participants of the International Boss Union (IUSG) General Assembly on May 5, 2022 in Vatican.Reuters / Gugliel Moman Japan / File Photo

File Photo: Pope Francis arrives in a wheelchair and meets with participants of the International Boss Union (IUSG) General Assembly on May 5, 2022 in Vatican.Reuters / Gugliel Moman Japan / File Photo
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Pope Francis spoke in his general audience On Wednesday, about the effects of old age, the frailty of the elderly, and the virtues of helplessness.

The Pope, 85, has revisited the topic of old age and aging many times in recent years. His lessons and comments on the nature of aging open up new possibilities, often in the optimistic nature, as the deities suffer from a series of health concerns while continuing their physically demanding work. rice field.

In his sermon, the Pope told his audience in old age Christians must learn to accept the help of others — Even basic tasks in daily life. He compared the powerlessness of old age to the tranquility of giving up control of his life to God.

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