Just Catholic: Now that the Academy Awards are over, we can watch the papal election. They look pretty similar on the flat screen, even down to the red shoes.
Just Catholic: The National Prayer Breakfast last week was a wonderful display of what people of different faiths can do when they work together.
A lot of folks have been writing about the Pentagon's decision to allow women in combat. I don't think any of them has ever put on a uniform and sworn an oath to support and defend the Constitution of the United States against all enemies foreign and domestic.
Just Catholic: The pro-life folks prepping for the March for Life should point their feet toward the United Nations because of its recent pro-abortion rights choices.
Just Catholic: It seems there is an epidemic of horrendous acts against women around the world. What's the deal?
Just Catholic: Start 2013 off the right way by finding within us things we have already but might fear exposing to the harshness of the angry storms about.
Just Catholic: The consumer frenzy in the weeks leading up to Christmas have nothing to do with the hope-filled, joyful reason for the holiday.
Just Catholic: Gen. David Petraeus' fall from grace is a silly embarrassment, but the moral fiber of the country is on display as the world laughs at him.
Just Catholic: These days after Hurricane Sandy is a time of genuine despair for thousands, but also one of gratitude.
Just Catholic: I'm tired of the arguing, the truth-shading, the smirking and the jokes. Here are the seven issues I want addressed starting today, this minute.