“Many of these digital spaces our children have been dropped into were not designed with children in mind,” explained Christopher McKenna, a digital security expert, founder of Protect Young Eyes, and a keynote speaker at the 2022 National Catholic Education Association conference.
Laws, lawsuits and adult involvement needed to save kids from social media ‘harm,’ say experts
Inside the Capitol: Advocating for children — born and unborn
“We are prioritizing opposition to expanding abortion as well as efforts by social media companies to manipulate the hearts and minds of children for ideological and financial reasons.”
In a polarized world, what is the mission of the church?
Father R. Aaron Wessman, the author of “The Church’s Mission in a Polarized World,” explores how we might rein in the momentum of hate that is pushing us further and further apart.
As CNS Washington closes, we reflect on more than 100 years of service
CNS has connected the U.S. Church with an international audience, and it informed millions of Catholics in parishes and dioceses across the nation about the events of the day as seen from a Catholic perspective.
Advisory council suggests bishops guide ministries on gender dysphoria
An advisory body to the U.S. bishops has called for the development of practical and pastoral guidance on gender dysphoria to help laypeople and clergy in their ministries in parishes, schools and other settings.
Catholic media worldwide work to communicate in changing landscape
The print media, face the most significant challenges, which became even more pronounced during the pandemic or the explosion of social media.
Pornography weakens the soul, pope tells young priests, seminarians
The pope told the priests and seminarians that if their phones and computers would allow them to block all access to porn, they should set that up, and if not, they should be on guard.
Digital world leaves some ‘hyperconnected and alone,’ Vatican official says
The Signis World Congress was taking place online and in-person in Seoul, South Korea, Aug. 15-18, with the theme, “Peace in the Digital World.”