The Economist has recently published an interesting article (and a map! How I love a good, colourful map!) in which it charts the spreading phenomenon: the disappearing working-age population.
Twenty years ago, new office technologies like email and teleconferencing contributed to a dramatic boost in productivity. Information flows accelerated. Collaboration with coworkers became easier and easier. Productivity grew significantly faster during the 1990s and early 2000s than in previous years.
On the fiftieth anniversary of the UNIV encounters in Rome, Pope Francis has written a letter to the university students taking part.
The objective of this paper is to contribute to the development of a new concept, Technoethics (TE), that is an innovative subject matter in the university world. I think that this issue is vital for the immediate future of mankind. Font: Blog “Etica e Politica”.
Internet changed most of the paradigms that helped us to describe and understand the public communication ecosystem.
Faith is essentially dialectic: it has a call and response format. And it cannot exist simply in the mind, as the product of careful thought.
Many Catholics today have angst about Pope Francis. But it’s been worse. Saint Catherine actually experienced two major papal crises in her time.
The inconvenient truth about us humans is that we are complex, we are mysterious, and there is always more to the story.
My own focus is on the pleasure of reading. I’m more interested in the enjoyment children experience reading Harry Potter, including the appeal of the stories.
"The Case for Christ" is a film adaptation of Lee Strobel's best-selling book of the same name, one that has made an enormous splash in Evangelical circles and beyond.
“We, the undersigned representing millions of Americans, strongly support an investigation into paid fetal tissue transfers involving Planned Parenthood”.
A book about "Our Coming-of-Age Crisis and How to Rebuild a Culture of Self-Reliance"
“Nothing any good isn’t hard.” What will be hard is the future of Americans who do not cultivate a toughness that goes against the grain of today’s America.
"I don't want a civil war," Maduro said while announcing his constituent assembly, but he is laying the foundations for one.