He spoke it in Polish, with a fragile voice, six hours before leaving this world to the Eternal Embrace of the Father
By Pope Benedict XVI’s disposition , significant details about the death of Pope John Paul II were gathered in a report released in September 2005 and linked to the Vatican’s official bulletin, the Acta Apostolicae Sedis.
With more than 200 pages, the report described the journey of the Polish Pope to the Eternal Embrace of the Father: April 2, 2005, a Saturday, a day dedicated to Our Lady .
During the Italian time, Karol Wojtyla went into a coma around 7 pm and died at 9:37 p.m., but before, at around 3:30 p.m. , although he was very fragile, feverish and with a tube in his throat, he had gathered the few physical forces he had left. to pronounce his touching farewell phrase .
In his native language, the Polish , he made a request-statement tenuous, but clear, six hours before leaving:
“Let me go to the Father’s House.”