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Technology

How to keep your kids focused in a distracting world

Helping to preserve children's "cognitive purity" is one of the jobs of today's parents.

Rome combines archaeology and technology for a digital glimpse of the past

Digital projection shows exhibit the long and storied history of the Eternal City.

Archaeologists remove Scottish heroine St. Margaret’s relic to learn more about her life

The team intends to make a 3D replica, so future examination does not disturb the relic.

The trick that finally helped me cut back on screen time

I've never been able to get off my devices until I discovered this secret.

This innovation could release premature babies from incubators

The less cumbersome medical equipment will allow for earlier skin-to-skin contact.

School administrators save suicidal student 1,000 miles away

Here's how a group of strangers saved the life of a teen across several states.

Magnificat’s new Lenten Companion App will guide your 40-day fast

Join the raffle to recieve a code for a free download of Magnificat's Lenten Companion app!

How gratitude reduces smartphone addiction

The link between gratitude and telephone addiction isn’t really obvious at first glance, but it’s real.

Want to be a better citizen, neighbor, and consumer? There are apps for that!

These apps encourage solidarity, friendship, and a "circular" economy.

Pope Francis and president of Microsoft discuss AI

They discuss how to put the technology at the service of the common good.

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