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CHARLIE GARD

Pope Prays for Charlie Gard and His Parents

Asks Faithful to Join in Prayer So They Find God’s Consolation and Love


“Pope Francis is praying for Charlie and his parents, and feels especially close to them at this time of immense suffering. The Holy Father asks that we join in prayer that they may find God’s consolation and love.”

This declaration was made by Director of the Holy See Press Office, Greg Burke, today, in response to the parents of the British 11-month-year old baby, deciding today to abandon their legal battle to bring the infant to the United States for treatment with a therapy thought to help his mitochondrial DNA depletion syndrome.

Recently, medical examinations showed the baby to have irreversible brain damage and no active function.

 

Below is the statement issued by the director of the Holy See Press Office:

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DECLARATION OF THE DIRECTOR OF THE HOLY SEE PRESS OFFICE, GREG BURKE:

“Pope Francis is praying for Charlie and his parents and feels especially close to them at this time of immense suffering. The Holy Father asks that we join in prayer that they may find God’s consolation and love.”

 

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