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Pope calls the Internet a ‘gift from God’

23
Jan
2014

And you thought Al Gore invented the Internet… According to a statement released by the Vatican on Thursday, Pope Francis has called the Internet a “gift from God” that facilitates communication between people of different faiths and backgrounds. ”To dialogue means to believe that the ‘other’ has something worthwhile to say, and to entertain his or her point of view and perspective,” Pope Francis said. “Engaging in dialogue does not mean renouncing our own ideas and traditions, but the pretense that they alone are valid and absolute.” The comments were made in a release relayed by The Associated Press on Thursday discussing the digital era, the new wonders and troubles it has brought about, and how it all relates to the Catholic Church. Pope Francis

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