The Vatican is calling on artificial intelligence giants (AI) like IBM and Microsoft “to humanise technology and not ‘technologise’ humanity”.
In his message for Lent, released today, Pope Francis blasted the “idolatry” of the “unbridled thirst for profit” and appealed for a “more just and inclusive” economy.
Ahead of the Irish General Election this Saturday, the Archbishop of Armagh has said plans for a poll on Irish reunification should proceed slowly but surely.
Today, Friday 31 January, Archbishop Eamon Martin and Bishop Michael Router have issued a statement concerning the 2020 General Election.
Pope Francis issued a plea in the Angelus prayer Sunday morning “to guard and protect human life from its beginning to its natural end”, and also “to oppose every form of violation of dignity, also when technology and the economy are at stake, opening wide the doors to new forms of solidary fraternity”.
An Italian bishop has said that the forthcoming ‘Mediterranean Synod’ in Bari in February will aim to transform the “sea of death” into a “welcoming haven”.
An Italian priest known as the ‘guardian angel’ of refugees has sounded a desperate SOS for migrants trapped in Libyan detention centres.
The French Bishops have accused President Emmanuel Macron of legitimising “liberal eugenics” with a new bioethics law.
Pope Francis constantly reminds us that the most important task is to proclaim the Gospel. 2019 saw him doing exactly that.
The Bishops of France are playing down the “duty” of Catholics to protest a proposed new bioethics law.
Anti-abortionists in the United States have self-revealed that rather than “protecting life”, their real goal is controlling women.