The pope says it wasn't evidence that he was getting mixed up in American politics.
CLEVELAND - Twitter feeds continue to be flooded with questions for Pope Benedict XVI, who announced Monday he will resign at the end of the month. The 85-year-old pope was the first to join Twitter on Feb. 28, 2012.
According to Twitter's blog , the @pontifex is his primary account in English, however, he also oversees several other accounts in major languages that offer translations of his tweets including Spanish, Italian, German and French.
The pope's last day will be Feb. 28. Pope Benedict is the first pontiff to resign in nearly 600 years.
Do you have a question you'd like to ask Pope Benedict? Ask your questions in the comment box below or tweet them to him using the hashtag #AskPontifex.
Pope Francis denounced all religiously inspired violence during a visit to Rome's main synagogue Sunday.
The Vatican says it has arrested a monsignor and a woman in the latest probe of leaks of confidential documents at the Holy See.
The Nobel Peace Prize has gone to many deserving winners, but there have been some major snubs.