Some statistics about teens and their use of the internet.
Parents can only do so much to protect you online. When you're online it's up to you to practice safe habits. Take the Internet safety quiz for kids to see how much you really know and get tips on how to keep your devices, accounts and information safer online.
There are apps for just about everything and anything. Now there's an app to help people reach sainthood. It's called Sinner2Saint and it's described as a 'personal trainer app for your soul.' Depending on one's weaknesses, it gives guidance for one's faith and inner strength.
We are so excited! Pope Emojis just became a thing!
Xt3.com has been honoured to win the 2015 Australian Catholic Press Assocaition Award for 'Best Use of New Media'! Congratulating Xt3 on its latest win, ACPA's judges praised the social media networking site for the way it continued to expand its marketing through multiple platforms, enabling greater accessibility for thousands of young Catholics.
Early this week, a leak of personal data from millions of users of Ashley Madison, a website designed to arrange extramarital affairs, wreaked havoc on and off the internet.
Pope Francis will have a busy schedule when he comes to the United States in September, but one group of nuns is hoping he can find time to make someone's dream come true. Sister Noel is an 88-year-old nun with the Maryknoll Sisters, a group of American nuns who focus on charity work. She has been a nun since the Pope was a child in Argentina.
We've all been there, standing in line at the store, waiting patiently to purchase our groceries while scantily-clad, heavily-Photoshopped women stare longingly at us from the glossy covers of the surrounding magazines in the check-out aisle. As if there were any doubts as to the sort of material within these publications, the cover lines shout out such phrases as “His #1 Sex Fantasy,” “Bad Girl Sex,” “12 Kinky Quickies,” or “21 Mind Blowing Sex Moves.” -
A broad digital media project to coincide with Pope Francis' visit this fall to the United States aims to recruit and interact with young people, particularly those who do not think of themselves as religious. These "nones," as researchers have called them, are especially found among the millennial generation, generally defined as those who came of age around the year 2000.
The Holy Shroud remains an inexplicable mystery to this day, and it continues to draw international attention. Pope Francis will visit Turin to pray in front of the Shroud on June 21st. For anyone who wants to learn about the mysteries of the Shroud, there's now an App to help.
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