Vatican publishes e-book of Benedict’s World Communications Day messages

Something new and nifty, from the Pontifical Council for Social Communications: 

The Pontifical Council for Social Communication has published an eBook entitled,“Benedict XVI: World Communications Day Messages“.

The eBook, which is free, contains the eight messages released during Pope Benedict XVI’s pontificate. The digital publication is a first for the Council and intended as a test for audience interest in such publications for the future.

The offer of this eBook is a new and innovative way to bring the teachings of the Pope to the new spaces created in the digital world where “believers show their authenticity by sharing the profound source of their hope and joy: faith in the merciful and loving God revealed in Christ Jesus“.

An “ePub Version” can be downloaded directly to Apple and Android devices. For the “Kindle Version“, it is necessary to download it to your computer first and then add it to your library.

Click here for: ePub Version for iBooks

Click here for: Kindle Version

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