POPE FRANCIS: TO PONT. ACAD. FOR LIFE, "HONOUR" THOSE WHO COULD "BE LEFT TO DIE" (2)

"Palliative care – Pope Francis said at the beginning of his address – expresses the typically human attitude of caring for each other, especially for those who suffer". "It is the demonstration that the human person always remains precious, even when elderly or afflicted by illness". Indeed, the human person "is in any circumstance valuable to himself and to others, and loved by God", the Pope remarked. "Therefore, when life becomes very fragile and the end of earthly life comes close, we feel the responsibility to look after and accompany the person in the best way possible".” “

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