Peter’s Pence goes social

by | 5 Apr, 2017 | News

People around the world can now connect directly with the Peter’s Pence Office on Twitter and Instagram. The Peter’s Pence Office collects donations offered by the faithful as signs of their sharing in the Pope’s concerns for the many different needs of the Universal Church.

Following the successful launch of a website in November 2016, the charitable office’s goal of communicating directly, accurately and transparently with Catholics around the world and with all people who want to help the most needy has led to the launch of new accounts in English, Italian and Spanish.

Pope Francis’ messages, which can already be found on the Peter’s Pence website, are being posted on Twitter and Instagram on a daily basis, along with photos, reflections and more information about the charitable works of the Holy See. The office has committed to sustaining projects of all sizes around the world, including the creation of a paediatric hospital in Bangui in the Central African Republic and supporting the first Catholic university in Jordan.

Follow the three Twitter accounts in Italian, Spanish and English: “Obolo di San Pietro: @obolus_it”; “Obolo de San Pedro: @obolus_es”; “Peter’s Pence: @obolus_en”. The Instagram account is “Obolus: obolus_va” and the common hashtag to all the digital accounts is #movingMercy.




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