Google News article Google news: The search engine giant is planning to roll out a series of “divine gift” searches in the UK starting this week.
These will enable users to find and view videos of famous religious figures, videos of people doing something divine and also the videos of everyday people being happy.
A number of people have already tweeted that they’ve used Google to find some of these videos.
“I’ve been using Google to search for videos from the Catholic Church,” wrote one user on Twitter.
“I’ve found one video of Pope Francis and another showing Pope Benedict XVI celebrating the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass in the Cathedral of Santa Maria delle Cattolica.”
“It seems to me that the Holy Virgin Mary and Pope Francis are not the only people to have a Divine Mercy Feast this weekend,” said another.
A search for a video of John Lennon is one example.
“John Lennon is the only person to celebrate the Holy Sacrament of Holy Communion this weekend and he also has a Divine Miracle of Mercy Feast,” wrote another user.
“This will be a great way to celebrate and thank the Blessed Virgin Mary.”
The searches were launched in the US, Australia and New Zealand.
The searches will start rolling out to the UK this week and will go live in the next few weeks, with the intention of rolling them out across the globe.
“We have a great plan to celebrate Holy Communions this year,” said Google.
“We’re excited to roll them out globally.
It will be amazing.”