Father Andrea Caruso, member of the Franciscans, died in Lourdes.
Even in France, he did not give up his passion for the mountains. A fall on a path was fatal to Father Andrea Caruso, aged 68, a Capuchin friar, considered the last disciple of Father Umile Bonzi, the founder of this group of Franciscans. And it was to the Franciscan that Father Andrea had dedicated much of his life, until a year and a half ago when he had been transferred to Lourdes, where he would have to stay for three years. The incident occurred on Tuesday, while Father Caruso was making an excursion in the company of a brother on a path in the Pyrenees.