Technology

Kevin O'Brien July 31, 2019
“Move fast and break things” has been a guiding principle for Silicon Valley, writes Santa Clara University President Kevin O’Brien, but Ignatian discernment can help innovators foresee negative consequences.
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James T. Keane July 10, 2019
The November 1967 issue of Liturgical Arts presented architectural drawings, conceptual essays and theological reflections on the topic “A Chapel on the Moon: 2000 A.D.”
Libby Osgood July 09, 2019
I have learned that belief is not unique to those who consider themselves religious.
Antonio De Loera-Brust July 02, 2019
If the frontier of the U.S.-Mexico border represents the America that would exclude me, space is the frontier that invites me.
Joseph McAuley June 25, 2019
The culmination of President John F. Kennedy’s vision, the lunar landing was the seminal event of a decade that began with promise and ended with sorrow, including assassinations, wars and social upheaval.
Michael McKinley June 14, 2019
Bitcoin has value because people believe in it and evangelize it, and the more that value increases, the more incentive there is to evangelize it.