Pope Francis is back!
A week after his bowel surgery, the head of the Catholic Church held a prayer in front of the faithful from the hospital balcony of the Jemelie Hospital in Rome.
“I am glad to be able to have Sunday Angels prayer here too,” Pope Francis said. “I felt your closeness and support from your prayers. Thank you from the bottom of my heart.”
Standing on a balcony on the tenth floor of Jemelie Hospital in Rome, the pope said, “In these days of hospital recovery, I have learned how important it is to have good, accessible health care. He thanked the doctors and all the medical staff and staff. “You work so hard.”
The Pope called on all who were ill to pray, and asked everyone to take care of someone who was suffering with “visit, phone call, outstretched hand.”
The Vatican announced on Saturday that new blood tests were “satisfactory” for Pope Francis after he developed a fever as a result of bowel surgery. The leader of the Catholics “gradually begins to work.”
Francis underwent surgery for about three hours on Sunday a week ago for colitis at Jemelie University Hospital. According to the Vatican, this is a “planned” operation.