Just Joan - Joan Huguenard


A view on the latest controversy in the Catholic Church

On April 18, 2012, with explicit approval of Pope Benedict XVI, the Vatican’s Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith issued a... Continue

Scraps to fill a lifetime

The hunter-gatherers brought home food, but for just joan it’s always been about paper. As a child it was paper dolls, all neatly... Continue

So many “hats”

In the one year since The Sun first published the following column, enough new “hats” have come along to require a whole new hat-rack! So... Continue

The whole story

Along with info on an upcoming special event, we are reprinting here a just joan column first published on October 21, 2010. The whole... Continue

Get ready for Sonoma’s third annual CROP Hunger Walk

Time to get out your walking shoes once again, Sonoma. Or support and nurture your walking neighbors. Or open up your pocketbooks to... Continue

Libertarianism – do we know what it’s all about?

A piece on the Opinion Page of a major Tulsa newspaper caught my eye because I’ve noticed lots of folks have given up recently on... Continue

One family’s story, (Part two)

We continue today the story begun in last week’s column of The Prodigal Son. Have you ever wondered about the actual meaning of the... Continue

One family’s story (in two parts)

The month of March, daylight savings time, springtime and story-yelling. A nice combination. So…… Once upon a time there was a... Continue

How would you define a “settlement” in the West Bank?

The existence of what are called “settlements” in the Holy Lands of Palestine and Israel is a topic I’ve written about in the... Continue

Consequences of the 2010 gulf oil spill

Antonia Juhasz stood with us on the Sonoma Plaza for an hour on January 11 to protest escalation of the war in Iraq. Then she stood... Continue