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Pride, humility and social media

Pride, humility and social media

| Bishop Robert Barron | June 5, 2017 | 0 Comments

On a recent trip to Sacramento, from my home base in the LA area, I flew Southwest Airlines. In an idle moment, I reached for the magazine in the seatback pocket and commenced to leaf through it. I came across an article by a woman named Sarah Menkedick entitled “Unfiltered: How Motherhood Interrupted My Relationship with Social Media.” The piece was not only wittily and engagingly written, it also spoke to some pretty profound truths about our cultural situation today and the generation that has come of age under the influence of the Internet.

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Smartphones and daydreams

Smartphones and daydreams

| Ginny Kubitz Moyer | July 16, 2014 | 0 Comments

I have very few stare-off-into-space moments these days. Nearly every minute is filled with something claiming my attention. I can’t blame this entirely on my two young kids, nor can I blame it on the teaching job that claims vast amounts of attention 10 months out of the year. These are factors in my busy-ness, yes, but there’s another, more insidious force that always seems to fill the empty spaces in my life.

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The Catholic Spirit is making a difference in the lives of parishioners

The Catholic Spirit is making a difference in the lives of parishioners

| April 25, 2012 | 0 Comments

Our work in the digital world increases the number of people we’re able to reach

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Who goes to The Catholic Spirit website? And why?

Who goes to The Catholic Spirit website? And why?

| April 13, 2012 | 0 Comments

Results are in from a survey of the web audience, and they give us not only insight but strong opinions and a couple of laughs as well.

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