Results from Tag: 'social media'
COMMENTARY: Modern technology obscures both the past and the future by locking us in the frenzies of the present and interfering with reflective thought.
Facebook and Twitter draw scrutiny over blocked content that curbs free speech and calls for government regulation over the platforms.
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.
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.