Pope Benedict XIV urges Catholics to go forth on social networks and multiply the church's messages of faith.
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The union of the singles-dating Web sites "makes sense" on many levels, says Catholic Match co-founder.
Text messages, "digital prayer walls," and a social-networking site are all part of July's World Youth Day in Australia for the Catholic Church.
An Italian archbishop suggests that Catholics should give up many of their gadgets and social networking tools. Not just for Lent, but to help stop civil war in Congo.
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Efforts to filter pornography or other "harmful material" on the Net are gaining new momentum.
Catholic Healthcare West will use Microsoft's Internet Explorer 3.0 for its intranet, putting the browser on at least 5,000 of the company's desktops.
GoodNoise--a Net-only record firm--has launched its first tracks using MP3, a format that produces highly compressed files with good sound quality and is favored by pirates. The songs, by Frank Black and the Catholics, cost 99 cents each, GoodNoise said. The album, to be released in MP3 format next month, will cost $8.99. The move follows Hollywood Records' release last week of a free promotional single in MP3 format.