Pope Francis said he may need to retire after being wheeled around Canada.
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The 85-year-old pope told reporters “the door is open” for stepping down.
“It’s not strange. It’s not a catastrophe. You can change the pope,” he said from an airplane wheelchair.
The Holy See realized he needs to slow down on his first trip using a wheelchair, walker, and cane.
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“I think at my age and with these limitations, I have to save [my energy] to be able to serve the church, or on the contrary, think about the possibility of stepping aside,” he said.
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Francis apologized to Indigenous people in Canada on behalf of the Catholic Church.
The Church in #Canada has been hurt by the evil perpetrated by some of its sons and daughters. I would like once more to ask forgiveness of all the victims of abuse. The pain and the shame we feel must become an occasion for conversion: never again! #ApostolicJourney— Pope Francis (@Pontifex) July 28, 2022