Just Catholic: There are 900 million hungry people in this world. There is also an overabundance of obesity. Think about that when you fill up your plate.
Just Catholic: This letter is an invitation to men to use our faith's resources to shape their lives so that they better protect their own dignity and basic rights.
Just Catholic: The UN reports that at any given time, 2.5 million trafficking victims fuel a $32 billion industry. For every 800 persons trafficked, there is one conviction.
The only redeeming quality of "The Wolf of Wall Street" is that it demonstrates what Catholic social teaching complains about.
Just Catholic: Folks can't get enough of Francis. But he's still a Latin American male. Will he do anything for the women of the church and of the world?
Just Catholic: I thought the First Amendment drew a "church and state" line. Why did Muskegon County, Mich., Public Health Department join the ACLU to argue for Catholic hospital abortions?
Just Catholic: Richard Pulga died five days after Typhoon Haiyan rampaged across the Philippines. In another time, another place, the healthy 27-year-old still would be alive.
Just Catholic: The Vatican's preparatory document for the synod on the family gets to women after 300 words. Among matters of concern are "forms of feminism hostile to the Church."
Just Catholic: "Captain Phillips" tells the sad story of teenaged boys who did the unthinkable to overcome their poor backgrounds and paid with tragedy.
Just Catholic: The movement to get God out of the public square is more than tiresome. Even in other matters, armchair Constitutionalists are getting out of hand.