Posted BY: Billy | NwoReport

Pope Francis raised the issue of retiring from the papacy Saturday, noting that his recent six-day trip to Canada tested his limits.

Calling the trip “a bit of a test,” the 85-year-old pope said he had not thought of resigning, but “the door is open” to doing so, according to KDFW.

“It’s not strange. It’s not a catastrophe. You can change the pope,” he said aboard his plane while sitting in a wheelchair to speak to the media.

During his visit, he apologized for church-run schools in Canada that separated families by taking children from their parents, according to The New York Times.

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“Today, too, in this place, I want to tell you how very sorry I am and to ask for forgiveness for the evil perpetrated by not a few Catholics,” he said, adding, “How evil it is to break the bonds uniting parents and children.”

Dear brothers & sisters of the #IndigenousPeoples, I now return home bearing in my heart the treasure of all those who have left a mark on me, your faces, smiles and words, stories & places will always remain with me. Thank you all from the bottom of my heart. #ApostolicJourney

— Pope Francis (@Pontifex) July 30, 2022

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