5 Tweets from Pope Francis Mormons Can Relate to—and Actually Have

As fellow Christians, the LDS Church and the Catholic Church share a mutual belief in Christ and a strong desire to serve Him. 

In fact, Mormon and Catholic charities sometimes partner for much-needed service work around the world and leaders from both religions have met on occasion, like President Nelson's recent meeting with the Archbishop of the Archdiocese of Tlalnepantla, His Eminence Cardinal Carlos Aguiar Retes. 

And leaders from both religions have also shared uplifting messages of faith to others, promoting good works and striving to become more like Christ. 

For example, as the 40-day period of fasting and repentance before Easter, known as Lent, begins, Pope Francis sent this wise counsel to Catholics Mormons can also learn from.

But this is not the only counsel members of the Church can learn from the Pope. In fact, the Pope has tweeted messages of hope and faith much like the leaders of the Church have to uplift and strengthen others. Here are just a few examples of how leaders from both religions have expressed similar messages of hope and faith to inspire others

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