- Jun 1, 2020
“Click To Pray eRosary,” a small black bracelet with ten rosary beads and a cross, was presented Tuesday in Rome as a “tool for learning how to pray the rosary.”
As politicians around the world scrutinize how Facebook, Google and Amazon mine user data for commercial purposes, Catholic leaders are studying ways to spread the Gospel through digital media.
When Church leaders in the United States face new bioethical questions – such as surrounding abortion, euthanasia, or gender identity – they often turn to the Philadelphia-based National Catholic Bioethics Center.
The Catholic community has created its own Catholic Match, Bible apps and even confession preparation apps. Now, it has a Catholic Venmo.
The life of Venerable Carlo Acutis, a 15-year-old Italian teenager on the road to sainthood, showed that young people could use the power of social networking and communications with “creativity and even genius,” the pope said in his exhortation Christus Vivit (“Christ Lives”).
A Dominican and a Franciscan discussed the challenges and opportunities offered by Artificial Intelligence.