Alarms go off over the video of the Pope with difficulty walking

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Alarms go off over the video of the Pope with difficulty walking

Pope Francis, 85 years old, possibly will postpone his trip to Lebanon due to the pontiff’s difficulty in walking. Just like today, the pontiff you have had problems with your health in the last weeks.

In the transfer to the hearing on Wednesday, the pontiff limps and walks with great difficulty due to severe pain in his right knee.

Last August the Pope underwent a colon operation and the little information given about the intervention caused the Italian press to start rumors about the Pope’s health and his future.

And it is true that lately the Pontiff seems to have been in a hurry to speed up the changes he wants to introduce within the Catholic Church. Pope Francis has been on the throne of Saint Peter since 2013 and since then, he wanted his pontificate to have an openness.

trips in doubt

According to ACI Mena, the Lebanese Minister of Tourism, Walid Nassar, reported that the Lebanese authorities received a message from the Vatican in which the decision to postpone the Holy Father’s visit scheduled for June 12 was officially communicated.

In addition, Nassar stressed that the reason for the postponement of the apostolic trip is the Pope Francis health problems. Until now, the Vatican has not confirmed this decision.

Already on his recent trip to Malta, the problems affecting Bergoglio’s mobility were discussed. Yet despite these images, The Vatican continues to maintain the papal travel agenda for the coming weeks. In June and July the Pontiff will visit Lebanon, Congo and South Sudan and, later, Canada and Kazakhstan.

In February, the Holy See announced that the Pope He had knee pain in his right leg.specifically in the knee, a condition thate affects people of all ages. It can be the result of an injury, such as a torn ligament or cartilage tear. Some diseases, such as arthritis, gout, and infections, can also cause knee pain.

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