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The Pope in the Vatican in a new tweet after intestinal surgery: God is humble and kind


Pope Francis was keen to reassure his followers from all over the world about his health after undergoing intestinal surgery, and wrote a tweet through his personal account on Twitter in Arabic, saying, “Like the citizens of Jesus, we are threatened by the danger of not knowing him, that an abstract and distant God does not interfere.” In our affairs it is more comfortable for us, but God has become a man: God is humble, kind, and hidden, and has come close to us and lived our normal daily life.”


Like fellow citizens of Jesus, we are in danger of not recognizing Him. That an abstract and distant God does not interfere in our affairs is more convenient for us. However, God has become man: God is humble, gentle, and hidden, and has come close to us and lived our normal daily lives.


And the Vatican had announced that Pope Francis was in stable condition after undergoing intestinal surgery, which was carried out under general anesthesia, and Vatican spokesman Matteo Bruni announced that Pope Francis was admitted to hospital in Rome on Sunday afternoon for a “scheduled surgery” of the colon.


He added that the 84-year-old Pope suffers from "symptomatic diverticular stenosis" in the colon, which can cause recurrent stomach pain and bloating and affects the intestines, and that this is the first time that Pope Francis has been hospitalized since his election in 2013.


The Pope appeared in good health hours earlier when he delivered his Sunday homily in front of thousands in St. Peter's Square, and despite suffering from "sciatica" that causes him pain in his legs when walking, the Pope has been in relatively good health since his election.

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