The Church is using the Internet to raise money for charity.
The Vatican has created a website called “The Internet of Faith,” and has partnered with the Open Doors Network, a nonprofit that provides grants to charities.
Pope Francis has also visited the Open Door Network in Washington, D.C. to help raise money and support charities that fight poverty.
In June, the pontiff was asked to make a speech on the importance of open dialogue between faith and technology.
He was able to do just that.
In a video released in November, Pope Francis said, “The internet can serve as a channel for dialogue between different cultures and different religions.
But it can also serve as the most effective channel for evangelization and evangelism.”
He added, “This is a very powerful tool that is able to bring people closer together and make them understand one another.”
In his remarks, the pope praised the open online platform for giving people “an opportunity to meet one another in a more personal way and in a way that is truly human.”
The pope has also spoken out about poverty, and the church has called on governments to provide financial assistance to help alleviate poverty.