Washington Times founder Rev. Sun Myung Moon in intensive care

The Unification Church says 93-year-old Washington Times founder Rev. Sun Myung Moon is in intensive care “due to complications that arose from an untimely cold and pneumonia.” A letter to church members says Moon “was pushing his limits in carrying out his schedule at this time” but “he is being treated at one of the top medical institutions in Korea and is under the care of its medical team who are doing their best for True Father’s speedy recovery.”

From: District 1 Office
Date: Wed, Aug 15, 2012 at 12:27 AM
Subject: [WDC-List] [HQ Memo] International President’s Letter to the Unification Family Worldwide
To:

Dear Brothers and Sisters,

May the love and blessings of our Heavenly Parent and our True Parents be with you and your families.

Attached is an important message from our International President, Dr. Hyung Jin Moon, regarding the current health condition of our True Father. Please share it with your families and other Brothers and Sisters.

Let us unite as a nation in offering our jeongseong and sincere prayer for our True Father’s health during this critical time.

Sincerely

Rev. Joshua Cotter
Executive Vice President
Unification Church USA

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