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Technology

Study finds men more likely to read Bible apps than women

While technology is getting men to read the Bible more, they are retaining less of the information.

Millennial priest brings the Gospel to the people, one Instagram post at a time

The popular Instagram channel may soon expand to television, as several stations have expressed interest in this charismatic priest.

‘Smart Rosary’ brings technology to tradition

It's activated by making the Sign of the Cross!

11 of the most exquisite fountains in Rome

The Eternal city has more than 2,000 fountains, many of them still in use.

Virtual tours make it easier than ever to see all the Vatican has to offer

Take a trip to the Vatican without ever leaving your chair!

Are you enjoying your internet? Thank this Jesuit.

Father Roberto Busa is credited with being the inventor of the hyperlink.

4 Ways to make sure your phone doesn’t ruin your relationship with your kids

Bad tech habits sneak up on all of us. Here are some practical ways to change those habits for good.

Virtual reality being tested as alternative to pain meds for women in labor

Technology can take expectant mothers "out of the moment," midwife says.

Beyond the FaceApp controversy there’s a deeper lesson about life

Seeing ourselves "age" often reveals a face beyond our own ...

Reconstructing the face of Mary Magdalene

Researchers reproduce the Magdalene's face, based on remains from the Basilica of Mary Magdalene in France.

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