Pope Francis is a bit of a rock-star. What he lacks in theological soundness (Sorry, Pontiff. Christians and Muslims are not “brothers and sisters” anymore than Christians and atheists are.) he makes up for in setting a great example of a minister who is getting as close to his congregation as he can, which is saying a lot since his congregation is global. Furthermore, he’s constantly engaging in controversial issues like poverty, divorce, and commercialism.
So last month, when the Pope met with Tim Cook, it should have been no surprise to anyone that the Pope took on his most controversial issues ever: YouTube trolls.