Trying To Reach Youths, Vatican Goes Viral The Vatican has begun its own YouTube channel. Viewers can now see the Pope performing a variety of duties such as blessing lambs, preaching sermons and meeting world leaders. But commentator Cathleen Falsani says if the Pope is trying to speak to young people, this particular medium might not be best.
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Trying To Reach Youths, Vatican Goes Viral

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Trying To Reach Youths, Vatican Goes Viral

Trying To Reach Youths, Vatican Goes Viral

Trying To Reach Youths, Vatican Goes Viral

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The Vatican has begun its own YouTube channel. Viewers can now see the Pope performing a variety of duties such as blessing lambs, preaching sermons and meeting world leaders. But commentator and Chicago Sun-Times columnist Cathleen Falsani says if the Pope is trying to speak to young people, this particular medium might not be best.