PARIS — Pope Francis has been named as one of four new members of his family’s family farms in the southern French Alps, the family said Friday.
The announcement of the new members, Francis and his siblings Gianna and Joanna Coombs, comes as the papacy tries to rebuild after a global storm that knocked out electricity to parts of the world.
Coombs, an Italian, will be one of the youngest of the pope’s four children.
Her father, the late Cardinal Gianni Coombs of Florence, died last year.
The four-member family is based in the Chateau of La Rochelle near the village of Cozumel in the northwestern region of the Alps.
Francis, whose family is a well-known producer of wine, wine grapes, and grapes, was elected in March.
He was canonized in March 2020 and given the title Pope Benedict XVI.