Pope Benedict XVI traveled to Germany to see his dying brother and came with a very painful illness on his face
According to the German newspaper Passauer Neue Presse, Pope Benedict XVI you are seriously ill after going to Germany to visit his brother, since he himself was dying. He apparently waited for the arrival of Benedict and later passed away. According to the media, the religious returned from the trip with a disease on his face called Facial Eriselle, in which it swells, becomes red and generates a lot of itching and pain.
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No, it is not his best photo, so I ask you to accompany us to pray for our Pope Emeritus #BenedictoXVI. . . The health of his holiness is very delicate due to a facial infection and has worsened after traveling #Baviera to visit his brother George Ratzinger. . . God save you, Mary, you are full of thanks, the Lord is with you, blessed are you among all women and blessed is the fruit of your womb, Jesus. Holy Mary, Mother of God, pray for us sinners, now and at the hour of our death, amen! . . # ConMaríaYEnMaría # ViveTuFeCatólica #OremosPorSuSantidad #YoRezoElRosario
One of his biographers, Peter Seewaldf, said that the pope is extremely fragile and that his voice is “Barely audible”. Apparently, the writer would have seen Benedict on Saturday and was able to verify this situation. In addition, he added that Joseph Ratzingerfirst name of Benedict XVI, He made this trip being 93 years old, which implied a great risk to his health and the current situation of the pandemic.
Remember this was the first Dad to resign his position in 2013 for health reasons. In 2018 it was said that he had a disease “Paralyzing” and in 2019 the rumor spread that he had passed away, which was obviously not true.
However, the press management of The Vatican communicated with CNN, specifically the archbishop Georg Gänswein assured that “The health of the pope emeritus is not of particular concern, except for the fact that he is 93 years old and is recovering from an acute phase of a painful but not serious condition.”.
This would deny the biographer’s statements Peter Seewald and the newspaper Passauer Neue Presse. We will have to wait for the days to see how the next communications with The Vatican.