Tweet photos of anything you want to #ShowThePope – from selfies to tourist sites to images of poverty – as Pope Francis is set to visit the Philippines
MANILA, Philippines – Filipino children smiling despite poverty. The devotion to the Black Nazarene. A rally staged by gay rights activists. And even “how amazing my mom is.”
Filipino Twitter users sent photos of these – and more – as Rappler launched #ShowThePope
, its major crowdsourcing project for Pope Francis’ trip to the Philippines in January 2015.
From selfies to tourist sites to images of poverty, what do you want to #ShowThePope?
Send us your photos using the hashtag #ShowThePope, and we’ll include these in a gallery that Rappler will send to the Vatican. We will also use the best photos in our stories.
Check out a few #ShowThePope
entries in the Storify link below.
#ShowThePope is part of Rappler’s #PopeFrancisPH, the People’s Coverage of the People’s Pope.
Find out more in our #PopeFrancisPH microsite, a user-friendly source of news, images, conversations, and perspective on the 78-year-old pontiff’s Philippine trip.
Aside from #ShowThePope, another feature of the microsite is Pope in 140. It’s a collection of the Pope’s most tweetable quotes on 6 of his favorite topics: poverty, the youth, the Catholic Church, marriage and family, forgiveness and redemption, and everyday life.
Rappler compiles these nuggets of wisdom the Twitter way – in 140 characters. Check out Pope in 140 by clicking this link.
We’ll tell you more in the next few days. Join us as we wait for #PopeFrancisPH! – Rappler.com
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