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L Pope Francis sees himself dying in Rome, still sovereign pontiff, without returning to live in his native Argentina , according to an interview transcribed in a book entitled "The health of the popes" whose good sheets were published Saturday in the Argentinian daily La Nacion.
In this interview with Argentinian journalist and doctor Nelson Castro at Vaticanin February 2019, the Pope says he thinks about death, but does not fear it.
Asked how he sees his own end, Francis, aged 84, replies: "I will be Pope, in office or emeritus. And in Rome. I will not return to Argentina".
According to the author of the work entitled "The health of the popes. Doctor, conspiracy and faith. From Leon XIII to Francis", which will be released on Monday in Argentina, "this is the first time that a pope has spoken of his health with the transparency with which François did it ".
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The former archbishop of Buenos Aires, named, also affirms that he does not miss Argentina: "No, I do not miss her. I lived there 76 years. What hurts me , these are its problems ", in an allusion to the economic crisis that is shaking the South American country.
Originally from a country which has the greatest number of psychologists and psychoanalysts per capita, the Sovereign Pontiff also recounts having consulted a psychiatrist during the period of the dictatorship (1976-1983).
He was then provincial of the Jesuits of Argentina and had to help "people in hiding to get them out of the country in order to save their lives".
"For six months, I went to consult her once a week", reveals the Pope. "She helped me relate to how to deal with my fears at that time. Imagine what it was like to carry a person hidden in a car - barely concealed under a blanket - and go through three shifts. military control in the Campo de Mayo area, "the country's largest barracks.
"The tension that this caused in me was enormous", confides the Sovereign Pontiff.
The Argentine Pope has been vaccinated against Covid-19. In addition to his age, the leader of the 1.3 billion Catholics is considered a person at risk: at the age of 21, in 1957, he suffered from acute pleurisy and surgeons had to carry out the partial removal of his right lung. .
02/28/2021 02:09:28 - Buenos Aires () - © 2021 AFP
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