- Sep 25, 2020
Catholic organizations have shifted their focus and have practically become their own little media outlets.
Regular Massgoers in some parts of the country have been tracked using cellphone location data by at least one organization looking to turn out voters to support specific political candidates.
A system is only as good as the people who use it. This seems to be true with the TV Parental Guidelines, put into place 20 years ago with the help of the so-called “V-chip” installed in every TV that would allow parents to block certain programming based on its content.
The Catholic Church and digital media was one theme that had not been getting much press attention at the Synod of Bishops, but finally emerged during the third week of talks dedicated to accompaniment.
During the opening week of the Synod of Bishops, one surprising issue to emerge with an exclamation point has been the ambivalence of the digital world.