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Social Media

The Queen’s first Instagram post is a perfect example of social media manners

At 92, the monarch shows the importance of being polite -- even behind a screen.

A missing girl with Down syndrome is found thanks to social media

Word went out through Facebook, Twitter, and others, and a WhatsApp user ended up finding her.

Do we need a review of Church teaching on reputation and slander?

If we’ve fallen prey to the bewitchment of online faux-indignation, we have to repent.

Bishop Barron on the internet and Satan’s game

When you’re about to make a comment, ask yourself a very simple question

Yes, I ban smartphones and video games, but here’s why I support social media

Here's the key question: Are you using it or is it using you?

What listening to “Hamilton” taught me about my children’s brains

Technology is changing how we learn, but we can work with that.

How to become a narcissist in just 4 months

It took my teenager calling me out for me to remember that hey, it's totally messed up to stalk your own timeline.

An Instagramming mother of 7 shares her advice on saving money and managing time

They may skip big vacations, but "No trip is as exciting as life with seven children under one roof."

Why your middle-schooler doesn’t need Instagram yet

A humiliating moment at a soccer game reminded me that kids today can't always walk away from embarrassment.

What surprised me most after 40 days without Facebook

Inspired by my students, I challenged myself and made some new discoveries.

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