A little over a week ago, Pope Francis was elected to the papacy.
Now, he’s about to make history when he becomes the first pope to address Congress.
And we wanted to share with you how you can take the time to write your letter to the pope.
Find a source of news stories about Pope Francis 2.
Start by researching the subject and getting a general sense of the issue in the article You should look for news articles that address the topic in question: Are there protests against Pope Francis?
Are there political figures, politicians or celebrities who have spoken out against him?
Did Pope Francis make controversial statements?
Did he address a controversial issue in his life?
Write your letter, which is your official signature.
Have your letter included with a letterhead that explains the purpose of your letter.
If you’re writing a formal letter, put your name, title and contact information on the letterhead.
Write the letter at least once a month for at least 6 months.
If it takes longer than that, write it once a year.
Use your letterhead for the front page.
Put a photo of yourself or your family in front of the letter.
Include your signature on the back of the envelope and write your name and address on the bottom of the back.
If the letter you write to the Holy Father isn’t received by the pope by the end of the month, send a copy of the email to the office of the pope, who will make sure the letter is received.