March 12, 2013
Thousands sign up for Pope election text message
Over 35,000 people have signed up for PopeAlarm.com, a service of the Fellowship of Catholic University Students that sends out a free text and e-mail alert when the next Pope is elected. [via Catholic News Agency]
Demand for the service has been high since its launch on Saturday March 9. As of Monday morning, over 35,000 people had registered for the service. The PopeAlarm.com website received over 140,000 page views.
�It�s really exploded and caught on fire,� Cotter said. �There�s a lot of social media traction.
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