Just Catholic: "Why do you stay?" "How can you stay?" I get these questions all the time. So do you.
Just Catholic: Killing Christians is the goal of various extremist groups that call themselves Muslim, but killing Christianity is the real danger.
Just Catholic: Italian fashion designers Domenico Dolce and Stefano Gabbana face a boycott because Dolce said children need a mother and a father.
Just Catholic: The hooligans of the so-called Islamic State group are what they complain about. Even as they say iconography is evil, they create new gods to worship: themselves.
Just Catholic: The alternative Catholic dimension is beyond anything you know in space and time. It exists in the minds of too many clerics.
Just Catholic: You don’t have to speak Italian to understand the Vatican's recent "Women's Cultures" events, but it could help. (It was all in Italian.)
Just Catholic: The New York Times paints a cold, hard picture of the church. But the church can fairly easily end a marriage for substantial or administrative reasons.
Just Catholic: Who feels better about deriding someone's religious belief? Who wins when the comments get ugly? Who laughs at attacks on what others hold sacred?
Women around the world have been invited by the Vatican to answer this question: "Where are we as women today?"
Just Catholic: Was the nativity an entirely male affair? Why is all this testimony about the birth of a child, the birth of this Child, so devoid of women?