Pope goes digital (prepositions)

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Pope Francis has joined a technology tool designed permit people connect spiritually. The pope spoke the “Click to Pray” app his weekly Sunday religious address St. Peter’s Square Vatican City.
Pope Francis, who is 82, once said he considered himself a “disaster” technology. But he demonstrated the app the crowd gathered St. Peter’s Square. After launching Click Pray a tablet, he asked the person assisting if he had done it correctly. His helper confirmed that he had.
The app was first launched 2016, but the pope announced that he was now adding his own personal prayer profile.
"Internet and social networks are a resource our time,” he told followers gathered his message. “A way to stay touch others, share values and projects, and express the desire form a community."