What Are The Ethics of Debt? Find out on JustLove


L-R: Jonathan B. Wight & David R. Cameron

On JustLove this week, Jonathan B. Wight, Professor of Economics at the University of Richmond talks about his book, “Ethics in Economics” and the ethics of debt. Also on the show is David R. Cameron, Professor of Political Science and Director of EU Studies at Yale University. He talks about the European Union and the recent European economic crisis.

On Just Love, Hear About Two Organizations That Are Helping Children With HIV/AIDS


L-R: Meghan Frederick & Mary Martin Neopald

Hear Meagan Frederick, Director of Development and Public Relations for Incarnation Children’s Center (ICC) talk about how the center has been providing care for children with HIV/AIDS since 1988. ICC is an affiliated agency of Catholic Charities.  Also on the show is Mary Martin Neopald, Founder of the Nyanya Project. She talks about her skills training program for grandmothers in Kenya, Rwanda and Tanzania who are raising their orphaned grandchildren who have HIV/AIDS.

On JustLove Listen to Msgr. Sullivan Speak with Guests About Sustainable Development on a Global Scale


L-R: Melany Grout & Ana Martinez de Luco

On JustLove Msgr. Sullivan speaks with Ana Martinez de Luco, Founder of Sure We Can and Melany Grout, an attorney and Land Tenure Specialist of Landesa Center for Women’s Land Rights. On the show, Ms. Martinez de Luco talks about her her not-for-profit that is a homeless-friendly redemption center. Melany Grout discusses with Msgr. about Landesa’s Rural Development Institute.

Find Out Why We Celebrate Independence Day on JustLove


L-R: Jaspen Boothe & Kenneth C. Davis

This week, JustLove guests, Jaspen “Jas” Boothe, Founder of Final Salute Inc. and Kenneth C. Davis, author of “Don’t Know Much About” historical book series, speak with Msgr. Sullivan. On the show, Msgr. Sullivan focuses on how Final Salute Inc. carries out its mission of providing homeless female veterans with safe and suitable housing. Kenneth C. Davis touches on uncommon topics surrounding our country’s independence such as: Why is independence day celebrated on July 4th instead of July 2nd?