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Pope Emeritus Benedict XVI is suffering from a nerve disease, which is paralyzing him little by little, according to his brother, Monsignor Georg Ratzinger. The elder Ratzinger revealed this in an interview with the German weekly Neue Post published today.
The predecessor of Pope Francis will turn 91 this coming April 16. His brother is 94.
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According to Monsignor Georg Ratzinger, the illness of the former pope forces him to use a wheelchair more and more often. If paralysis reaches the heart, he says, “everything could finish quickly.”
“Only God knows if we will meet again,” he added, while indicating his wish to be in Rome in April for Benedict’s birthday.
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