Pope Francis answered questions from 76 journalists accompanying him during a press conference organized on the plane at the end of his trip to Canada. Here are the highlights of his comments.
At age 85, Pope Francis landed in Rome on Saturday after an overnight flight and six days Serious visit to Canada. His 37th trip outside Italy centered around the memory of the indigenous people he met on several occasions, whom he defended and who he apologized for on behalf of the Catholic Church.
During a press conference organized on the flight back from his trip to Canada, the pontiff answered several questions raised by journalists following his visit. Here are the highlights of his comments.
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« I don’t think I can keep up the same pace of travel as before. I think at my age and in this range (Knee problem pushing a wheelchair on pope, editor’s note), to serve the church or, conversely, to think about the possibility of retirement, I need to save myself a little. It’s in all honesty: it’s not a disaster, we can change the Pope, it’s not a problem. But I think I should…
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