The Feast of Our Lady of Lourdes, which was chosen to be the Day of the World Sick. The International Day of the Sick is a feast day that was celebrated on the thirteenth of May 1992 by Pope John Paul II. Beginning on February 11, 1993, this feast is celebrated annually in remembrance of the Blessed Virgin by all faithful Christians who seek this day to be a “special time for prayer and supplication and for the sharing of the suffering of the sick”. In early 1991, Pope John Paul II learned that he had Parkinson’s disease, a disease that was recently revealed, and the significance of the matter is that Pope John Paul II decided to dedicate a world day to the patient one year after he was diagnosed with the disease. The Pope has presented many writings It deals with the subject of suffering, and he believed that this suffering is a process that helps salvation and purification through Christ, and he presented his apostolic message, the salvific pain. In 2005, World Sick Day had a special character as it coincided with the date of the death of Pope John Paul from sepsis. Many people gathered around him while he was dying on his deathbed.