Pope Francis has issued instructions calling for the nuns to use social media “wisely and carefully”.
In the document entitled Cor Orans says that the new installation is designed to protect the peace and prudence, and also refers to “the social network”. According to the BBC, any specific sites or applications it is not specified, but the Catholic newspaper the Tablet connects recommendations with Facebook and Twitter.
The document notes that prudence should apply to “the amount of information and type of communication.”
The original rules Sponsa Christi Ecclesia, dedicated to women’s monastic life, was published in 1950 by Pope Pius XII. In 2016, they have expanded the new rules Pope Francis.
The latest changes include a warning that the digital culture has “important” in society. The Pope called on the nuns not to allow the digital media “become a place of useless expenditure of time.”
At the same time, it is reported that the Vatican itself is an active user of Twitter. His account was taken about 15 thousand posts and over one and a half thousand on the official English-language page of the Pope. The Holy see is also launching accounts in Facebook, Instagram, YouTube and Google+.
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