Science, technology, religion and the humanities need to work together for their mutual benefit and to safeguard humanity, Pope Francis said.
Through technology, connections both near and far made the experience what it was supposed to be — a year of learning, growing and stretching for Molly Minnerath, a short term Maryknoll missioner.
“Connected World,” by Father Philip Larrey, a philosophy professor at Rome’s Pontifical Lateran University, studies the impact and long-term consequences of increasingly advanced technology and the rise of artificial intelligence on society.
The old farmers used to say you should leave a field better than you found it. Sometimes that called for heavy lifting. Other times it just meant picking up a rock as you crossed and placing it at the field’s edge.
WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. (CNS) — Low-cost video messaging carried across increasingly video-friendly social media platforms will define this year’s World Youth Day experience, said several organizational leaders finalizing their media strategies. Due to the prevalence of smartphones and tablets, and their improved video-capture and mobile-application media-sharing capabilities, World Youth Day is likely to be […]
WASHINGTON (CNS) — For all the attention Pope Francis’ encyclical “Laudato Si’, on Care for Our Common Home” has gained, little has been made of the connection among Catholic tradition, the natural world and science that the document addresses. Technology, creation and sacrament are key components of the encyclical, the most recent document in the […]