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The internet tests some of our deepest assumptions about how civilisation works (AP)

A click away from meltdown

Hostile governments, criminals and pranksters are relentlessly attacking the Vatican’s computer systems. It may not be long before they breach its defences

Hackers claim to have leaked a massive database of users from Ashley Madison, a matchmaking website for cheating spouses   (AP Photo/Lee Jin-man, File)

The Proofreader blog has suggested supposed Vatican email addresses were in fact based in Canada and Virginia

Pope Francis (CNS)

Pope Francis discussed pizza, football and his daily routine in an interview with an Argentine newspaper

Sister Camilla Oberding of Community of Our Lady of Walsingham after making her final profession in 2010 

Religious congregations have found a creative new way of communicating their message

On Good Friday, our iPhone might pose the greatest distraction ( Yui Mok/PA Wire)

This day is a challenge for iPhone owners, bloggers and Facebook users

'The image brought home just how much technology had reshaped the world in the eight years between the elections of Benedict XVI and Francis' (AP)

The night that inspired us to embark on one of the biggest changes in our 126-year history

Emer McCarthy interviewing Cardinal Thomas Collins of Toronto for Vatican Radio (CNS)

Millions of people rely on a broadcaster that has shown it can move nimbly with the times

Pope Francis has said that we should be Good Samaritans on the internet (CNS)

The Pope has released his first World Communications Day message

A woman reads an ebook version of the Catechism of the Catholic Church (Photo: CNS)

Poll suggests only 13 per cent of weekly Mass-goers in America read Catholic blogs

Maria Miller who resigned as Culture Secretary earlier today

Catholic Education Service and CSAN release statement after Culture Secretary’s meeting with internet giants