Friday, 15 March 2013

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Amazing images show how phones and tablets lit up Vatican for Francis more than 'welcome candles' did for Benedict eight years ago

 A sea of technology: These astonishing images show Pope Francis has ushered in a new era - as iPads, camera phones and other tablets replaced the traditional Rome welcome
 Transformation: Eight years ago the arrival of the new pope was greeted by flickering candles
Eight years ago the accession of the new pope was greeted by ablaze candles.

But as these amazing images appearance Pope Francis has ushered in a new era - as iPads, camera phones and added tablets replaced the acceptable Rome welcome.

It signifies the transformation back the 2005 acclamation of Pope Benedict.

Today Argentine footballers were adulatory afterwards their agriculturist Jorge Bergoglio was called as Pope.

Stars including Leo Messi, Sergio Aguero and Javier Mascherano congratulated the new abbey on his appointment.

Pope Francis, accepted in Spanish as Francisco, is a massive soccer fan and Argentinians achievement his access will advice them win the World Cup next year.

Barcelona brilliant Messi, 25, said through his charity: 'His asceticism Francisco, the Leo Messi Foundation wishes you absolute activity to adviser the Catholic people.'

Manchester City-limits striker Sergio Aguero, 24, tweeted: 'The Pope is Argentinian. Such pride!'

Former Liverpool midfielder Javier Mascherano, now with Barcelona, tweeted a photo of Pope Francis and wrote: 'Welcome Francisco!!!!'.

Wigan striker Franco Di Santo, 23, from the city-limits of Mendoza, tweeted: 'Proud that the new Pope is Argentinian!!! #Latinamerica!!!'.

Real Madrid brilliant Gonzalo Higuain, 25, tweeted: 'Proud that the Pope is Argentinian. Great account that such an important being represents out country.'

Newcastle United captain Fabricio Coloccini, 31, tweeted a photo of the Pope captivation a banderole of his favourite club San Lorenzo, area he is an honorary member.

The apostle tweeted: 'The new Pope! Hahahah.'

Football fable Diego Maradona, 52, has aswell congratulated the new Pope.

He wrote in a letter to an Italian newspaper: 'I am absolutely actual blessed and I am assertive that my activity is aggregate by the accomplished Argentinian people.'

'Everybody in Argentina can bethink 'the duke of God' in the England bout in the 1986 World Cup. Now, in my country, the 'hand of God' has brought us an Argentinian pope.'

Argentine admirers said they were assertive to win the World Cup in Brazil next year with the Pope's backing.

Abraham Williams tweeted: 'With Pope Francisco, Argentina are abiding to with the 2014 World Cup. COME ON Argentina!!!

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