On the show this week: Password Security! Netflix on your cable bill? A guy called Lord Monckton has the talking conch, and Community. All this, our internet connection issues, and the Picks of the Week! Get all the shownotes here.
On this week's show, the bishop has three kids, Google's not evil but they may have just launched SkyNET, Chris West is back and three top-notch messages from our German Shepherd. Our picks of the week, The CatholiCon Expo and more... Join us!
In this truncated show, The CU Crew discusses a new schema for social media, the new scheme by the Catholic music publishers to jump on the open source liturgical music bandwagon, and we weigh in on the Health and Human Services mandate.
This week, ESPN gets with the new media program, calling an audible on streaming audiobooks, Apple updates its EULA to be less evil, emerging Catholic subcultures and the digital continent, The Sibelius, HHS, Anti-Religious-Freedom debacle, and … [Altro]
We talk about the March For Life so the Mainstream Media doesn't have to (don't they?). Pope Benedict's message for World Communications Day: Don't say Anything. Ford brands itself as a consumer electronics company rather than a car company, will it … [Altro]
In our first episode of the new year, we talk about digital strategies for the Catholic Church in the United States, Social Media as a possible Catholic Media killer, defense of life with dental floss, Film as a way to have "The Great Discussion", … [Altro]
This episode we talk about the things we're thankful for...The New Missal, Thanksgiving, freedom! Also in the cast, banning the Name of Jesus in text messages in Pakastan, The Crystal Cathedral goes legit (sort of), and we mull our "conscience thing".
This episode we talk about the new music matching service from The Big Fruit Bowl and somehow manage to miss Google Music. We discuss pirating in detail (yarr!) and Fr. Chris attempts to download iTunes Match on his computer. Also, our picks of the …[Altro]
We discuss some of the Occupy movement, the morality of hackers turning on the servers hosting pornography, Jimmy Fallon WANTS The Mass?! We cover some of our fave books, and our picks of the week. Enjoy!
We discuss the life and death of two greats of our time, Archbishop Philip Hannan and Apple Co-Founder Steve Jobs, both of whom died this week. We talk about the less-than-spectacular iPhone 4s announcement, an unintended Donatism redux which may be …[Altro]
We remember Pope John Paul I, Kindle some Fire, gossip about the iPhone 5, insult people properly, upgrade Canon Law, bring Benedictines into the Space Age, and talk about why your vocations program isn't working. Plus! Our picks of the week!
This week we've got a CatholiCon recap, Google Docs opens up to collaboration, The University of Dallas is getting ready to Tweet The Bible, The Fresh Prince and stable marriage, NFP goes (more) digital, the call for a new parish management system … [Altro]
We're live from Houston in this episode of The Catholic Underground. We talk about the resignation of Steve Jobs from Apple, praying for dysentery on thine enemies (?!), Pope Benedict XVI the youth minister, and our Audible Pick of the Week! Stay … [Altro]
This episode we talk about the imminent CatholiCon Expo in Houston. Skype Wi-Fi iOS app lets you access the Internet on a per-minute basis, Our Picks of the Week are there. Is Facebook stealing your contact info? Poor Student? Amazon textbook … [Altro]
CatholiCon is two weeks away! See the brand new CatholiCon trailer and the winner of our "Songify" contest is announced. A little bit about personal finance and virtue. 911 to get all 21st century with text messages. Need a caffeine fix? Use … [Altro]
in 14 Days, join bloggers, chanters, media types, priests, seminarians, and everybody who'll fit in the Expo space at the premier Catholic Event of the year! We've produced this helpful information film to help you differentiate between CatholiCon …[Altro]
CatholiCon Expo is now less than 20 days away and tickets are going fast! We talk about recovering Christian Ethics in our own United States, how diabetics can get some ink and never draw blood again. Apple takes a bite out of Christians who … [Altro]
Since the Catholic Church was founded by Jesus Christ over 2,000 years ago, she has always sought to use all forms of human communication to advance Our Lord’s command to make disciples of all nations. CatholiCon brings all of the traditional … [Altro]
This week: OS X Aslan...er...Lion gets released today - to mixed reviews. Also, Catholic Monk & Scientist Gregor Mendel's birthday is today and Google has a doodle for him. Bp. Charles Chaput, formerly of Denver, is not the Archbishop of the … [Altro]
Sony gives honorable discharge papers to its MiniDisc Walkman, Rasberrypi is much smaller than a walkman and happens to be a computer the size of a thumb-drive. The South Sudan will be issuing passports as a new country, but will South California do … [Altro]
What happens when your crystal cathedral goes bankrupt? Facebook integrates Skype, Google launches its Facebook killer, e-readers are on the rise, a new app for praying with the (almost) saints from LittleiApps, and we comment on 10 prospective … [Altro]
This episode we marvel at the Holy Father’s First Tweet, his attempt at the iPad “tap” gesture, and we chat about the state of new media in the Church. Bishops speak out against homosexual “marriage” in New York, A Eucharistic “Flash Mob …[Altro]
We discuss the Fr. Corapi issue (as you knew we would), Apple’s Final Cut X roars into the app store, visit the World’s Fair from your iPad, and a new iApp that allows you to visit St. John Lateran from your iPod Touch, Corpus Christi coverage, …[Altro]
We cover the BBC's groundbreaking new field reporting service with an iPhone, Catholic University going single sex in the dorms once more, the new mothership Apple CEO Steve Jobs revealed to us humans, the secrets of Apple success, the hiretical … [Altro]
What became of our predictions for the Apple Stevenote? What happens when Church documents and papal teaching reach the digital continent? Will the Holy Father don the brand new papal tiara gifted to him? Is everything we know about the liturgy … [Altro]
Selling your kidneys for an iPad2? A Blessed Ascension Thurs..er Sunday. The Today Show goes to the Vatican (who knew?!) New buttons to click from Google and Twitter. The upcoming Stevenote actually features Steve, and all the leaks seem to be … [Altro]
This episode Fr. Ryan has bandwidth problems from the Ice Planet Hoth, the new B&N Nook is out...does anyone care? Also, Apple evokes a religious experience and everybody cares, and we talk about true peace and our picks of the week. All this and … [Altro]
Amidst bandwidth issues, this week's episode covers the end of the world as we know it, Microsoft purchasing Skype and possibly sealing its doom, The new instruction on offering The Extraordinary Form, and some backChat on full, active, and … [Altro]
Frs. Chris and Ryan talk about Easter as new pastors, the primacy of the iPad?, some social media software for book lovers, great discussions from new Catholic Tech blogs, and Blessed John Paul II's 3D Beatification. All these and more plus our … [Altro]
What is television really? Copyright issue arise as cable cos try to put tv on iDevices. 6 rules of Facebook and a connundrum on modest dress. A new collect for Pope John Paul II. Our picks of the week and the music of Brad Doyle.