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Cardinal George expelled from hospital, ‘feeling most better’

Cardinal Francis George returned home Friday after being hospitalized final week for hydration and pain government issues and “is feeling most better,” a Archdiocese of Chicago announced.

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Cardinal Francis George relased from hospital

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George was expelled after “the causes that compulsory his admission, dehydration and pain management, have been successfully addressed and he is feeling most better,” a mouthpiece for a archdiocese pronounced in a matter released Friday evening.

“The Cardinal is deeply beholden to a doctors, nurses, and staff of Loyola University Hospital for a glorious caring he received. He is also really grateful to all those who prayed for him in a special approach during his sanatorium stay, and asks for their stability prayers, even as he promises his in return,” according to a statement.

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The archdiocese announced George’s hospitalization Saturday. George said in Jan that doctors were out of options for serve diagnosis of his cancer and he was focusing on peculiarity of life rather than a cure. He finished diagnosis with an initial drug in Dec after doctors dynamic it was not working.

George late in a tumble as archbishop and was succeeded by Archbishop Blase Cupich, who was commissioned in November.

George, who was diagnosed with cancer in 2006, lives during a longtime cardinal’s chateau during a south finish of Lincoln Park.

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