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Technology

Parenting in the digital age: are you raising an orphan, exile, or heir?

3 distinct parenting trends have produced 3 distinct groups that are rapidly approaching adulthood.

Our Lady of Guadalupe accepts digital prayers

Now you can make a pilgrim's prayer at the Basilica of Guadalupe from the comfort of your home.

My name is Maria and I’m a digital hoarder

Here's how I now approach the digital clutter in my life.

In a world of constant connectivity, how can we disconnect?

Disconnection is vital, both for our families and for ourselves. But how do we do it?

How to win the battle of the mobile device with your kids

It's about about winning the battle with your children, not against them.

Why is St. Isidore of Seville patron saint of the internet?

Isidore may seem like a strange choice, but his academic works make him a perfect fit.

6 Wearable health gadgets inspired by compassion are improving lives

Simple and affordable, these tech innovations are helping to make good health "a universal right."

AI is growing rapidly, but it won’t replace these 2 human skills

Before you worry about losing your job down the road, consider what a robot can't replace ...

France: Cell phones banned at schools

The French government becomes the first to send this "signal to society."

Can the internet actually be a safe zone for your kids?

With these strategies and websites, you'll "want" to get your kids a smartphone (almost).

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