Pope Francis’ Health: A Look at the Surgeon Who Operated on Him and His Upcoming Commitments

The Pope’s Extended Silence at Palm Sunday Mass Reignites Speculation on His Health During Easter

The Pope’s health has been a topic of concern after he did not deliver the homily during Palm Sunday celebrations, resulting in a long silence that spread to the faithful in attendance. Despite speculation, the Vatican did not provide an explanation for the Pope’s silence, simply stating that the homily was “non-existent.”

Italian newspaper Corriere della Sera interviewed the surgeon who operated on the Pope twice, asking about his health conditions. The surgeon responded that the Pope is well for his age, despite episodes of respiratory difficulty due to his past lung surgeries. Despite these challenges, the Pope’s schedule remains busy, with upcoming commitments and trips planned.

Francis resumed the ceremony with the Creed and later condemned a terrorist attack in Moscow and greeted the faithful in St. Peter’s Square. With important events on the horizon, including the Synod of Synods and international trips, Francis remains dedicated to fulfilling his responsibilities as head of Vatican State and leader of the Catholic Church. Despite his demanding role and health challenges, he continues to maintain a rigorous schedule with numerous commitments and trips ahead.

The Pope’s health has been a topic of concern after he did not deliver the homily during Palm Sunday celebrations, resulting in a long silence that spread to the faithful in attendance. Despite speculation, the Vatican did not provide an explanation for the Pope’s silence, simply stating that the homily was “non-existent.” Italian newspaper Corriere…

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