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While taking selfies can be an occasion to capture treasured memories, it can also be a sign that young men and women are deprived of meaningful human interaction, Pope Francis said.
The Catholic Church must not keep young men and women at a distance, but instead must learn to listen to them, Pope Francis said.
Celebrating Palm Sunday Mass with thousands of young people, Pope Francis urged them to continue singing and shouting "hosanna" in the world and following Jesus' example of outreach to the poor and suffering.
A new book-length interview with Pope Francis is a guide to a "revolution of tenderness" in which young people and the elderly — both "thrown away" by society — band together to help change the world.