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VATICAN CITY -- This year, Vatican City is using technology to let people wish the Pope a Merry Christmas.
The Catholic Church has created an e-mail account where people can send their Christmas greetings to Pope Benedict.
It's the Vatican's latest effort to reach out to younger people; there's even an iPhone application.
The Pope has already received thousands of e-mails from all over the world. You can send your Christmas greetings to the Pope by visiting www.pope2you.net.