Pope Francis will engage with children with disabilities from around the world through an online chat.

Google said that the pontiff will host a Google Hangout Thursday at 10 a.m. ET with kids from Brazil, India, Spain and the U.S.

“The kids will share a glimpse into their lives and talk about their dreams with Pope Francis — and the world,” according to the announcement from Google.

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Pope Francis will participate live from the Vatican in the event on the Google+ page of the group Scholas Ocurrentes.

This will be the second Google Hangout hosted by Pope Francis.

The pope has made efforts in recent years to reach out to children with special needs, embracing a boy with cerebral palsy during Easter mass at St. Peter’s Square in 2013 and bringing together individuals affected by autism for an international conference on the developmental disorder last year.