"Facebook may have ceased to be the dominant topic of conversation, but it has not ceased to be a fundamental instrument. Traces asked three managers at Facebook to comment on a phenomenon that has radically changed our way of communicating."
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It is strange to think that any one book could change your life, but this may be close to the case in my own life...
"If our kids are lost, they are lost because the adults are lost. It is not because by nature the young person is lost. Actually, the natural position of a young person is to be 'in search of.'" A discussion between Fr. José Medina and Dr. Pedro Noguera.
“After having repeatedly examined my conscience before God, I have come to the certainty that my strengths, due to an advanced age, are no longer suited to an adequate exercise of the Petrine ministry.” A reflection on Pope Benedict XVI's resignation.
An “all-invasive culture” threatens our educational system and the very fabric of our society. Two American educators share their positions in a dialogue on the primacy of “relationship,” which allows adults and youth alike to discover who they are.
A reflection on the effects of technology on our culture. How has it changed the way we think of education, friendship, communication, experience, and life as a whole?
"The Pope starts from the spirit of the times, not to write a sociological analysis but 'something much more in the line of an evangelical discernment.'" A reflection on the extraordinary Apostolic Exhortation, Evangelii Gaudium, proposed by Pope
High school students from all over the United States and Canada came to New York City to meet with Fr. Julián Carrón on Saturday afternoon at the 2014 New York Encounter.
"Do you think Pope Francis preaches a Gospel different from the thought of Karol Wojtyla?" Revisiting Pope John Paul II about his views on the social doctrine debate in the Church.