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Pope ‘Will Never Be the Same’ after Operation, Vatican Insider Reveals

'The disease that has affected Pope Francis is severe'

 on 7th July 2021 @ 9.00pm
 the holy father will certainly return to the vatican to resume his path in the footsteps of peter but he will never be the same again © press
'The Holy Father will certainly return to the Vatican to resume his path in the footsteps of Peter but he will never be the same again'

Luis Badilla, the editor of Vatican news aggregator Il Sismografo, said Pope Francis’ health situation is “severe" following his recent colon operation.

In a blog post, Badilla said that journalists who are downplaying the pope's illness are not doing him any favors.

There is a very significant detail that many “underestimate, ignore, or manipulate,” he writes, namely that “the disease that has affected Pope Francis is severe and degenerative” and “could also be chronic.”

“The Holy Father will certainly return to the Vatican to resume his path in the footsteps of Peter but he will never be the same again,” Badilla insists.

“All the rhetoric about a Jorge Mario Bergoglio ‘superman’ damages his image and charisma.”

badilla also notes details of the pope   s recent surgical operation to treat his diverticulitis  which he says is concerning © press
Badilla also notes details of the pope’s recent surgical operation to treat his diverticulitis, which he says is concerning

Badilla also notes details of the pope’s recent surgical operation to treat his diverticulitis, which he says is concerning.

The Pope underwent general anesthesia and was administered powerful sedatives, Badilla notes, after which he was “subjected to laparoscopic surgery (almost a sort of scouring of the lower part of the abdominal cavity, with small, very sophisticated probes) and immediately afterwards to an ‘open’ or ‘open sky’ surgical intervention to allow hands-on work with full visibility.”

Badilla said laparoscopy encountered “insurmountable obstacles."

He added the surgeon and his team decided “to switch to another method that allowed the removal of several centimeters of colon that are now being examined for rigorous histological controls.”

badilla insists it was counterproductive for journalists to act as if the intervention weren   t a big deal © press
Badilla insists it was counterproductive for journalists to act as if the intervention weren’t a big deal

Badilla insists it was counterproductive for journalists to act as if the intervention weren’t a big deal.

“People who read, listen to, or see the news are not stupid or unable to reflect and ask questions also because millions of families have had similar experiences with their elders,” he states.

“It is good to wait with affection and serenity for what the Holy Father will want to do so that everything is the result of his decisions and of the doctors who advise him, without having to suffer pressure from the media,” he insists.

Meanwhile, the state of the pope’s health may well affect future travel plans and other events, he adds.

“It is clear that Francis is eager to go to Budapest in mid-September for the closure of the 52nd International Eucharistic Congress and then on to Slovakia,” Badilla notes.

“But no one knows today whether this pilgrimage will be possible.”

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