The Catholic commentator spoke with the Register about Facebook and Twitter’s clampdown on his newspaper’s reporting about Joe Biden’s son Hunter, relevant to the presidential election.
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Concern has been expressed that a ban against new politic ads in the final week of the campaign could open the door to biased decisions about what is allowed by the social-media behemoth.
Auxiliary bishop of Los Angeles, Bishop Robert Barron, issued a “pastoral cry of the heart” to encourage Catholics to stop tearing each other apart online and instead provide well structured and charitable arguments.
COVID-19 has helped highlight the gap between the methods of modern communication available to the Church and their pitiful use in practice.
Vatican News released a video on May 20 showing Catholics in China gathered around smartphones and computer monitors placed on home altars or inside of churches praying with Pope Francis’ livestreamed liturgies.
COMMENTARY: The importance of unplugging on the Lord’s Day.
The social-media giant maintains that its policy is needed to prevent foreign interference in U.S. politics, but some pro-life groups believe it is not being enforced uniformly on everyone.
Holy Father releases World Day of Social Communications message on the feast of St. Francis de Sales.