The Catholic Church's stance on some issues (such as decriminalizing homosexuality) might seem antiquated, but now the pope can say he's taking steps to enter the modern era. On Friday, the Pope Benedict XVI unveiled his very own YouTube page.
The Vatican hopes to increase the papal audience, while also staying on top of the pope's Internet image. Even so, the site isn't meant to encourage believers to spend countless hours listening to the Church's message. The 81-year-old pope previously has warned the younger generation of the dangers of "obsessive" online networking.
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