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?
Just Catholic: As too many people have noticed, even though Pope Francis talks a good game, he has done nothing for the women of the church.
Just Catholic: Women and war were not on the bishops' agenda. The USCCB crowd seems to be stopping and starting, blinking and staring, like peacocks in the headlights.
Just Catholic: If you think all the talk about slippery slopes is exaggerated, think again. Human life is increasingly disposable.
Just Catholic: While widespread academic writing by women causes the men in black to pay a little more attention to women's intellectual achievements, the plain fact is that Rome ignores women.
Just Catholic: The Supreme Court isn't getting involved just yet, but if same-sex marriage becomes a constitutional right, then Catholic child welfare agencies go out of business.
Just Catholic: Pope Francis has made it pretty clear: He wants more women involved in things churchy. Two prelates seem to have gotten the memo.
Just Catholic: Beyond off-color remarks, sometimes what passes for comedy is actually violence. The so-called comedic comment often shames, hurts, embarrasses and damages.
Just Catholic: Are obedience and authority instruments of enslavement? Are there clerical members of the church who do not follow the sources of Christian life?