Pope Francis calls Bishop Tremolada: ‘Medicine does great things’

    Pope Francis calls Bishop Tremolada: 'Medicine does great things'

    Pope Francis calls the Bishop of Brescia, Pirantonio Tremolada. On Sunday, October 16, the pontiff inquired about his health, after that bone marrow transplant He was received last July 20 at the San Gerardo Hospital in Monza, and expressed his closeness to him.

    To Mgr. Tremolada, who has been living in the family home in Lissone since mid-August She’s having a recovery periodThe Pope reassured him of his personal prayers and encouraged him to look to the future with hope, and also because “medicine today does great things.”

    Thanking the entire Archdiocese of Brescia, which renews its wishes for a speedy recovery and remembered with prayer, we go to the medical staff in charge of the bishop. As Tremolada himself explained even before entering, the course of the disease will take some time: to allow him to rest completely, the Procurator-General Monsignor. Gaetano Fontana.