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Pope “Escapes” from the Vatican: After Visit to Trieste, He Visits Ophthalmologist

The Pope’s exit from the Vatican shows that at last he can enjoy a period of rest, in which he can attend to things that he needs.

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(ZENIT News / Rome, 09.07.2024).- The day after his visit to Trieste, Pope Francis visited an ophthalmologist in a street not that close to the Vatican but very close to the Piazza del Popolo, one of the city’s best known Squares.

It’s not the first time the Pope made a “low profile” visit. He has done so also to a pharmacy and a records shop. On this occasion, although the Holy Father’s departure was handled discreetly, giving notice of it a couple of days in advance, there was a bit of a crowd around the Optica Spiezia

Moreover, the fact of the Pope’s exit from the Vatican shows that at last he can enjoy a period of rest, in which he can attend to things that he needs.

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