New pope for a digital world

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MILWAUKEE- The modern world has become a digital one and the newly minted Pope is taking over in a new age of instant communication and information.

Father Tim Kitzke, priest of the Three Holy Women Parish in Milwaukee, said he hopes the new Pope of the Catholic church, Pope Francis, will preserve what's best and identifying to Roman Catholics, but while also realizing themodern times call for better ways to articulate it in a complex world.

Shortly after being named, the Pope sent out his first "Tweet" and said HABEMUS PAPAM FRANCISCUM," which translates to "We have Pope Francis".

Milwaukee Bishop Donald Hying said the Western world faces the challenge of secularity and relativism and trying to make a case for faith in Jesus to a group of people that see it as irrelevant or optional.

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