Oggi, 19 luglio, il Superiore della Quasi Provincia dell’Inda, in serata rientra in Italia per curarsi. Dall’aeroporto di Fiumicino sarà accompagnato direttamente all’Ospedale Gemelli di Roma per continuare la cura iniziata in India. La situazione è delicata e preoccupante, ma noi assieme a lui siamo fiduciosi, mentre continuiamo a pregare per la sua guarigione.
Ripportiamo qui sotto il messaggio in Inglese che ha scritto P. Shajan Pazhyil, RCJ
We have been assisting Fr. Luigi these past days with our prayers and presence And we have to continue to do the same for him. For the past ten days he was admitted in AMALA Medical Center, Trissur, Kerala and they diagnosed Cancer in Brain and in the Lungs.After consulting with Superior General, Vicar General and his brother Mr. Guarino, we have decided to have his further medication in Italy. On July 18 he was brought back to the Quasi Province community with the intention of leaving for Italy on July 19, 2013. During the few hours he stayed in the community he was visited by many to extend prayerful support and wishes for his speedy recovery. Among whom include His Beatitude Cardinal George Allanchery the Major Arch Bishop of Syro Malabar Church, Bp. Thomas Chakiath, Rev. Fr. Antony Narikulam Rector of the Pontifical Seminary, Many Provincials of religious congregations, Priests and Religious, Parents of the religious and many Friends. With a very pleasant smile Fr. Luigi received all and expressed his desire to come back soon after the medication. He is loved by all because of what he is and the way he communicated with his pleasant presence. On July 19, 2013, after having all the necessary documents for his travel and with the assurance of the feasibility of his travel from the Doctors, accompanied by Fr. Togy Ullatikulam Rcj, and Mr. Guarino and Maria, Fr. Luigi went back to Italy. All the medical documents were brought along with him in order to continue the treatment in Gemelli Hospital in Italy.
I would like to thank all our conferers who with great love and affection assisted him with prayers and presence in these past days. Let us continue to pray for his speedy recovery.
Fr. Shajan Pazhyil, RCJ