Pope Francis hopes people wish him well, no matter what they believe.
The head of the Catholic Church often asks people to pray for him, but he offered an alternative on Sunday, “Pray for me, and if some of you can’t pray because you are not believers, send me good vibrations,” Reuters reported.
The pope, 78, was meeting with Argentina’s president, Cristina Fernández de Kirchner, at the Vatican and spoke to reporters in Spanish, but his alternative to prayer has now been translated and shared in many languages around the world.
Go here to read the rest. Good vibrations? Well this papacy certainly has a Sixties feel to PopeWatch: