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Vatican spokesman Father Federico Lombardi (left) and Vatican communications adviser Greg Burke present Pope Benedict XVI's Twitter web page (top right) to journalists at the Vatican press hall on Dec. 3, 2012. Pope Benedict XVI will start tweeting in six languages from his own personal handle @Pontifex on Dec. 12. The Vatican said Monday the pope will be using a question and answer format in his first Tweet, focusing on answering questions about faith — in 140 characters. (Associated Press)

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