As Vatican spokesman Federico Lombardi explained, there is a slight fever, which must be cured. The audience with leftist Thuringian, Minister President Bodo Ramelow, will be cancelled. UPDATE: the meeting will be rescheduled to Friday
Vatican City (kath.net/KNA) Pope Francis has canceled his audiences on Thursday because of a fever. Vatican spokesman Federico Lombardi told journalists, there is a slight fever, which must be cured. Francis did celebrate morning Mass and gave the sermon. "At the moment he is resting. As usual, he will recover fairly quickly," said the Vatican spokesman.
On Thursday morning, Francis originally wanted to also receive the Prime Minister of Thuringia, Bodo Ramelow in audience. UPDATE: The meeting of Pope Francis with Prime Minister Ramelow has now been scheduled for Friday. (C) 2016 CBA
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