No one except God will keep away the cold hands of death.However, the painful thing is losing a close loved ones.Unfortunately, it often strikes when we least expect. It is indeed painful and sad as a renowned Catholic Pope, Francis has been thrown into mourning after the death of 14 people after a cable-car crashed.
Jorge Mario Bergoglio, popularly known by his pontifical title as Pope Francis, is currently going through tough moments with his health condition. He is the head of the Catholic Church as well as the sovereign of the Vatican City State where his offices and the Roman Catholic headquarters are based. Pope Francis assumed the papacy office in March 13, 2013. He became the 266th pope after succeeding Pope Benedict XVI who resigned from the top office. The Pope is tasked with leading the world in special occasion
We should always be grateful and thankful for everything God has blessed us with. However, no one wishes or dreams to fall sick or their loved to but at some point we cannot avoid it It is so sad as the Roman Catholic Head, Pope Francis undergoes scheduled surgery for symptomatic diverticular stenosis of the colon.
Pope Francis in Vatican. (photo/Vatican News) It is now 7 years since Pope Francis became Catholic Church's leader after he took over from Pope Benedict VI in 2013. Catholic church is considered as the biggest among christian faithfuls with 1.2 billion devotees across the world. On Sunday, Catholic's Pontiff sent an urgent message to faithfuls over Coronavirus which has affected the normal life for every person and economies of different countries of the world. Pope Francis speaking during his weekly general
We are all created in God's image and likeness. We should always be grateful for everything in our lives. However, no one wishes to fall sick but at some point we cannot avoid it. It is sad as Roman Catholic Pope Francis was taken to Gemelli clinic.
The head of the Roman Catholic Church in the whole world, His Holiness Pope Francis, is set to visit Budapest and Slovakia in September. This is according to the Vatican News through its Twitter page. This move has been warmly welcomed by Slovakia's president, Zuzana Caputova, saying that the presence of Pope Francis will be a message of reconciliation and hope in this difficult time due to the Covid-19 pandemic.