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Topic - Monsignor Paul Tighe
Benedict XVI, the pope known for his hefty volumes of theology, is now trying brevity _ spreading the faith through his own Twitter account.
Benedict XVI, the pope known for his hefty volumes of theology and lengthy encyclicals, is now trying brevity _ spreading the faith through his own Twitter account.
Pope Benedict XVI, known for his hefty volumes on theology, now is trying brevity — spreading the faith through his own Twitter account.
The Vatican will unveil the latest installment in its social media transformation next week _ a Facebook page dedicated to the upcoming beatification of Pope John Paul II, officials said.
"Leaving would've been a mistake," said Monsignor Paul Tighe, the No. 2 in the Vatican's social communications office. "It wouldn't have been fair to abandon all the people who joyfully welcomed the pope's message."
"It's always going to have his engagement and his approval," said Monsignor Paul Tighe, the No. 2 in the Vatican's social communications office. "Not physically, but from his mind."