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Illness forces Pope Francis to cancel appointments

February 25, 2016

Pope Francis cancelled his appointments for Thursday, February 25, because of illness.

The Vatican announced that the Pope had a "slight indisposition" and was running a "slight" fever, but there was no cause for alarm. The Pope celebrated Mass in the morning, as usual, before retiring to rest.


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