Pope Benedict XVI has been on vacation in the tiny village of Les Combes in the Valle d'Aosta region of Italy near the French border for the past week.
He has been relaxing in the Italian Alps and doing his absolute favorite thing – playing classical music on the piano at his chalet.
Yesterday, he fell in his bedroom and broke his wrist. He did hit a sour note while playing Palestrina the evening before, and the neighbors were complaining about the echo.
Vatican sources said that he underwent successful surgery this morning at Umberto Parini hospital.
He was not in much pain, but very disappointed that his piano wrist is out of commission.
Inside sources are not sure if the Pope will be performing a duet with the Archbishop of Canterbury anytime soon.
Two local pianists think they have solved the problem: