How JOHN PAUL II Died

How JOHN PAUL II Died

Complete Name: Karol Józef Wojtyla

Nationality: Polish

Born: May 18, 1920

Died: April 02, 2005

Age: 85 years

Occupation: Pope

Place of Death: Vatican

Cause of Death:

“SEPTICEMIA AND CARDIOPULMONARY COLLAPSE”

How JOHN PAULII died: Also known as the traveling Pope, during his pontificate he visited 129 countries. John Paul II was the sovereign of the Vatican City from October 16, 1978 until his death in 2005.

Pope John Paul II, after being a victim of an attempt in May 1981, was hospitalized at several other times, becoming the first pontiff to leave the Vatican City for medical treatment.

It is known that the Pope suffered from Parkinson’s, and the progression of the disease weakened him to the point of limiting his ability to speak.

By early 2005, the physical deterioration of John Paul II had increased greatly, had to be hospitalize for respiratory difficulties in March and at the end of that month suffered septicemia, caused by an infection in the urinary tract.

Finally he died on April 2, 2005 at 9:37 pm because of the septicemia and a cardiopulmonary collapse aggravated by the Parkinson’s suffering. A few minutes later, the news was announced to the world

After his death, ceremonies were performed in his honor all over the world.

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