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Want your children to learn more about the Pope? There's an 'app' for that

2014-02-23

With his direct style, it's no surprise the Pope's words have reached millions, including children. 

From general audiences, to his 77th birthday: It's obvious he has a way with words and knows how to connect with kids. 

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For those who can't go to Rome to personally greet the Pope, there's an app that brings his message directly to them. 

It's called the 'The Pope Francis Comics' app. Produced by Master New Media, kids can play and pray. From studying the main message in some of the Pope's speeches, tweets or homilies, to a coloring game and comic strip. 

Since the Pope is constantly asking everyone to pray for him, now kids can join in too, through this application. 

It's available in German and English and it can be downloaded for $2.99 through iTunes. 


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