When you're the CEO of a tech company like Facebook and you are meeting with Pope Francis, what do you give him?
Well, Mark Zuckerberg and his wife, Priscilla Chan, met with Pope Francis on Monday and handed him a Facebook drone, according to CNN.
"It was a meeting we'll never forget," Zuckerberg told CNN. "You can feel [the Pope's] warmth and kindness, and how deeply he cares about helping people."
Photo courtesy of the Associated Press.
Zuckerburg posted a photo of himself giving the Pope a model of Aquila, which is a solar-powered aircraft designed to expand Internet access in developing countries.
"Together they spoke about how to use communications technology to alleviate poverty, encourage a culture of encounter, and to communicate a message of hope, especially to the most disadvantaged," the Vatican Press Office said in a statement.
Zuckerburg also conducted a live question and answer session Monday in Rome.
Zuckerburg's visit comes just a week after the country was shaken by a devastating earthquake.
Facebook has come to play an unexpected role in international disasters. The tech company's Facebook Safety Check feature has helped people let friends and family know they are OK after earthquakes, hurricanes or bombings.
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