Pope Francis Uses Twitter to Remind World That Jesus Does Not Leave Us Alone

‘Do not fear! Go ahead! I am with you!’

Pope With a Child © PHOTO.VA - OSSERVATORE ROMANO

 

Pope Francis @Pontifex encourages followers to remember Jesus is always with them and they should not fear in his Tweets on August 10 and 11, 2017

August 10: Jesus does not leave us alone because we are precious to Him.

August 11: When something makes us suffer, let us listen to the voice of Jesus in our hearts: “Do not fear! Go ahead! I am with you!”

Pope Francis has more than 35 million followers on his Twitter accounts in nine languages, according to Vatican Radio

The numbers for the various languages: 13.6 million in Spanish, 12.1 million in English, 4.52 million in Italian, 2.79 million in Portuguese, 894,000 in Polish, 854,000 in French, 825,000 in Latin, 472,000 in German, 378,000 in Arabic.

The @Pontifex account, opened by Pope Benedict XVI on Dec. 3, 2012, is among the most followed in the world and the one that records the most retweets. Since March 19, 2015, Pope Francis is also present on Instagram with the account @Franciscus, which has recently exceeded 4 million subscribers.

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