App lets God ‘hallow our lives’

New app allows users to go beyond one-sided prayer, be open to God’s voice through ...

Detachment: Self-emptying leads to holiness

The world offers us many material things and tells us to get attached to them — here’s ...

Data tech helps students grasp world around them

Data, geospatial programs at Aquinas College involve technologies at heart of people’s ...

Realities of the digital age: Smartphones

Constantly present web devices change our young people, our families and how we relate ...

Raising children in the age of smartphones

We must control our technology instead of letting it control us

New year, new priorities

For a less stressful New Year, clear your calendars, turn off your devices and tune ...

A mixed message

Families should reflect upon how often the use of technology renders all of us ...

Biotech partnership aids Parkinson’s patients

Medical project that reaches across religious and cultural lines shows what ...

Vatican looks at ethics of artificial intelligence

Conference explores the question: What makes us human?

Editorial: People at the center

We haven’t unplugged from the ubiquitous smartphones that keep our news, ...

Cruising on autopilot

This summer, make a decision to put your phone down and connect with God and those ...

Editorial: The loudest voice

In our culture, this tendency is seen across the ideological spectrum, with every ...

Media literacy

Young people aren’t as media savvy as we may think and need help discerning the ...

How the Church meets 21st-century realities

The Church has adjusted in numerous ways to minister to a world of rapid technological ...

High school thrives off Snap investment

Silicon Valley Catholic school enjoys windfall worth millions of dollars
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