Has anybody noticed that the Pope has started to go on Twitter?
In an effort to bring the Holy Church into the digital age, the pontiff has been using the social networking site. The only drawback I can see is that it is "Tweeted" in Latin.... One step forward, One step back
That's not a bad idea at all. The church should extend their efforts to deliver God's message. During the old times, huge ships and expeditions were used. In our modern age, the internet and social networking sites such as Twitter are excellent vessels of God's gift as they can reach anyone in any part of the world. I just hope he uses English so majority can understand.
Yeah, what a shame. Now they can bring their narrow mindedness to the whole world, spreading their messages of hatred, intolerance, fear and guilt to all.
Hey! You're talking about the Catholic Church there! Wanna start another Crusade or something?
Not a bad idea. The Catholic Church is as corrupt as any other big business in this world - probably more so as they hide behind their facade of being religious
Yes, I've been following him. But he's a bit boring. Never shares any jokes or anything.
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