Michael Schumacher continues to fight, but people around him can be absurd, the German Archbishop claims.
Georg Ganswein has visited his emotional year for the seventh F1 World Champion in the last year, where he spent his night under the guidance of the night.
The 49-year-old driver was left out of public eye in 2013 when he was on his ski accident, respecting his privacy and respecting his manager's team and his wife.
Schumacher has visited several profiles of his home, including the holy man of his native city.
Speaking with Bild, the prefect of the Vatican Pontifical Housing said: "Loving people watch over it, take care of it, and thank God, keeping a remote public curiosity."
When Schumacher suffered serious injuries, his son, at age 14, while skiing in the French Alps, was in charge of caring for his luxury home in Switzerland.
Formula One rider suffered one of his injuries in his brain, which left him in a medically-induced coma.
But the exact driver, who achieved tremendous success in his career, continues fighting.
"When I was sitting in front of him, he took both hands and looked at him," said the archbishop.
"It's his face, as we all know, just like Michael Schumacher's face, it's just a little more.
"Of course, Michael Schumacher and his family have joined me in my prayers."
Fans will welcome news about the driver he loves, as his status updates are rarely published.
His director, Sabine Kehm, said how he wanted, he said: "In general, the media do not report on the private life of Michael and Corinna.
"Once in a long debate, Michael Strogoff told me:" You do not have to call the next year to say, I'm disappearing, "I think it could be their current nightmares.
"For this reason, I still want to protect their wishes, I have not let anything left".
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