The last sentence of St. John Paul II before starting this life

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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.

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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 .

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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.”

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