Pope Francis Names the internet as a " Gift from God"

Pope Francis. The Pontiff

Certain people might see the internet primarily as a source of anger or a seriously addictive disruption, but not Pope Francis. 

In a message for the Catholic Church's World Communications Day, the Pontiff named the internet as a "gift from God" for social outreach. It helps people meet, experience contrary opinions and feel a sense of harmony, he says. Nonetheless, he's also conscious of the potential for exploitation. 

Digital citizens can choose to see simply things that emphasize their current views, and they risk splitting themselves from persons close to us. Internet is potentially "rich in humanity" and compassion, but only if we put in place that effort, something we'd do well to recall irrespective of our trust structures.

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