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Thanks to social media, Britons are becoming enclosed in virtual echo chambers (AP)

However loud you are on social media your vote is worth no more than those who say nothing

The invitation to 'a quick live conversation about prayer, unity and sharing the good news of Jesus Christ'

With their live Facebook Q&A, the cardinal and the archbishop are continuing the saint’s mission

Justin Welby and Cardinal Vincent Nichols

The two leaders have previously spoken of their ‘implicit trust in each other’

Tourists take a selfie in front of an image of Pope Francis in Havana (CNS)

Blessed are the bloggers

The internet has brought a golden age of evangelical opportunity. Atheists share the same soapbox – but that should not deter us

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg (AP Photo/Eric Risberg)
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Right-on politics has become the prestige faith for the rich

Pope Francis shakes hands with Kevin Systrom, CEO and co-founder of Instagram (L' Osservatore Romano/pool photo via AP)

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckberg posted a welcome message to the Pontiff

Pope Francis video speaking online to a Salvadoran student in 2014 (CNS)

The monthly messages will feature Francis asking for prayers on various challenges facing the world

A Palestinian woman looks out a bus window during clashes between Palestinian protesters and Israeli troops in Hebron (CNS)

Four Israelis were recently killed in Jerusalem in an apparent act of revenge for the killing of a Palestinian woman at a checkpoint

Disability rights campaigners lead a rally against the assisted suicide bill, that will be debated in the House of Lords in Westminster, London.

Life in Christ is valuable in all its forms

'In 2011 approximately seven trillion spam messages arrived in our inboxes' (AP)

When the Devil is in the email

The traps set by evil spammers can be hard to avoid