"Orare semper, iustitiam factitare, amare probitatem, humiles Secum ambulare".
In his first Latin tweet the Pope
asks his followers to pray always for the reunification of the Christian churches - "Orare semper, iustitiam factitare, amare probitatem, humiles Secum ambulare".
The Orthodox Church split with Rome 10 centuries ago and then the Protestants followed in the time of the Reformation in the 16th century.
As the Pope launched his account last month, a spokesman said the pontiff would "reach out to everyone".
So far, the Pope's accounts @Pontifex
- which mean "pontiff" or "builder of bridges" - are only following each other.www.bbc.co.uk/.../world-europe-21110045
The Vatican has long shown interest in using the latest communications technologies to spread the faith with the inventor of radio, Guglielmo Marconi, setting up Vatican Radio in 1931.