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Pope Francis to Catholics: For Lent, give up trolling

27.2.2020

Lent 'is a time to give up useless words, gossip, rumors, tittle-tattle and speak to God on a first-name basis.'

Lent, he said in partially improvised remarks, "is a time to give up useless words, gossip, rumors, tittle-tattle and speak to God on a first-name basis," he said.In recent years, Francis himself has been the butt of insults from ultra-conservative Catholic websites and mostly anonymous anti-Pope Twitter feeds.

Later on Wednesday, Francis was due to have ashes rubbed on his forehead at a traditional Ash Wednesday service that reminds Christians of mortality and that everyone will someday become dust.

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