Even Pope get on Internet
Aug 10, 1998 09:45 PM
by M K Ramadoss
Here is a newsreport. Looks like everyone is trying to use Internet. Looks
like a lot of organizations are yet to wake up to Internet before too late.
VATICAN CITY (Reuters)
-- Pope John Paul will take
his message to millions of
cyberspace Catholics from
next week when Internet
users around the globe will
hear his teachings live via
their computers, the Vatican said on Monday.
The world's one billion Roman Catholics
will be able to hear and see the
Pontiff recite his Angelus prayer
on Sundays, conduct his general audience
on Wednesdays and follow other ceremonies
in the Vatican as well as the
Pope's travels abroad.
"This is a further sign of the Holy See's
efforts to boost its presence in the
world of modern social communication
to favour the spread and knowledge
of the Papal Magisterium and strengthen
the bonds of ecclesiastical
communion," it said in a statement.
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