Category: technology

Privacy: God Knows All
So Does the Internet

As Catholic Christians we acknowledge that God is omniscient. From childhood, we have been advised that nothing is completely private. He, who created us, sees all. Even the darkest secrets are eventually brought to light. With this admonition in mind, we seek to live lives geared toward an openness to Truth. A certain compulsion for privacy can lead to the...

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Facebook, MeWe, and the Call to Evangelize

There is a recent exodus from Facebook, due to building indignation regarding a loss of trust. Many members have either closed their accounts or are at least considering doing so. An alternative, promising “the best chat & group app with privacy you can trust”, finds many transitioning to MeWe – either exclusively or in addition to Facebook. The house of...

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Social Yet Private
Is It Time To MeWe?

Stories about the corruption of social media giant, Facebook, are coming in at an increasingly faster pace. Apparently, not only is our privacy at risk, but we are being manipulated and targeted. There are accusations surrounding the election cycle, mind games, and total betrayal – all in the name of socializing. It may well be time to take another path...

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5 Reasons Not to Leave Facebook for Lent

There is much justified outrage about Facebook’s bigotry against the conservative and/or Christian viewpoint. The reactions have been swift and decisive. Many good, Christian people are once again discerning whether or not to stay with Facebook – even if just for Lent. On the surface, the  decision seems rather obvious. After all, Facebook is not a necessity. Unlike utilities, corporations, food...