VATICAN CITY: Cardinal Robert Sarah, who has just turned seventy-five years old, has indicated that he will continue to lead the Vatican. The Spanish News Agency of the Catholic News Agency, ACI Prensa, reports that Pope Pope Francis did not accept his resignation letter to Pope Francis on his retirement age. It is also worth noting that Cardinal Robert Sarah shared a tweet giving hints about this.
The Cardinal tweeted, “Thank you for the messages I received from around the world on my birthday. We can continue on the path with Christ.
There are currently six cardinals in the church who are over 75 years old and are continuing their ministry in the Vatican. On the other hand, Cardinal Robert Sarah will continue to serve in the House of Worship. The words of Cardinal Sarah, who has a strong view of faith, are widely accepted among the global Catholic community. On November 23, 2014, Pope Francis appointed Cardinal Robert Sara from the African nation of Guinea as head of the Vatican Congregation.