Pope Francis addressed the Vatican City Catholic Church Tribunal after his sciatica and apologized to his loyal flock after forcing him to remain seated.
The 84-year-old Argentine has been forced to cancel several recent incidents due to a state of nervous pain.
“According to Agart France-Presse, members of the Roman Rota said on Friday,” I want to talk to you, but sciatica is a disturbing guest. “
The tribunal members said, “So I apologize and will sit down and talk.”
Francis left the New Year gathering at St. Peter’s Basilica and a bout with a chronic condition caused week two mass pain in his hip.
He postponed his New Year’s greetings to the ambassadors on Monday, but was able to lead the lunch as scheduled.
In 2013, he told journalists that he faced a battle of sciatica after being elected head of the Catholic Church earlier that year.
“The worst thing that happened, I am sorry, was an attack of sciatica, in fact, that I had the first month, because I was sitting in a chair to do the interview and it hurt,” he said according to the time. , News agent according to French.
“Sciatica is very painful, very painful. I do not wish on anyone. “
The pope moves with a slight limp as a result of the condition but is otherwise in good health.
His current medical Fairup has raised questions about his plans for his March trip to Iraq.
He and his predecessor Pope Benedict received the coronavirus virus vaccine earlier this year.
With post wires