The #AshWednesday tradition marks the beginning of Lent, a season full of sacrifice, obligations, and promises for many Christians around the world.
It's #Christmas, and social media is having a huge celebration, allowing people to share their own #Christmas with others with a simple hashtag.
With Christmas upon us, those celebrating share their special moments from this important holiday with social media.
As Catholics around the world celebrate Ash Wednesday on March 5, 2014, many took to Twitter to share photos of their forehead marks using these hashtags.
<a href="/analytics/MyJihad">#MyJihad</a> trends in an effort to put a stop to all the misplaced violence and hatred toward the Islamic community.
The Church of England prepares to live tweet sermons in time for the holidays with #ChristmasStartsWithChrist.
Pope Benedict officially begins tweeting on December 12, 2012.
By the end of 2012, the Catholic community's most influential man will join the world's largest social media platform.
Cardinal Sean O'Malley of Boston has announced that he will be tweeting about "Death With Dignity" each day until the November 6, 2012 US national election.
For 2012, Harvard University encouraged Jews to post their confessions on Twitter for Yom Kippur.
Faith is such a strong force to bring people together -- and for the church, one surefire way to get people involved in a cause is to reach out through social media.