I was thinking yesterday while tuning the radio in the car about songs that represent a Catholic view of the world, but are not usually considered "religious" music by radio programmers.
Some ones that occured to me:
1) "Let the Day Begin" by The Call - a song that reads like a prayer, both of thanks for all of creation and of concern and love for our fellow man.
2) "Laughing With" by Regina Spektor - a thoughtful (and a little heartbreaking) song about our relations with God - Spektor sings about how people often don't think about God when times are good, or laugh at distorted conceptions of Him, but instinctively turn to Him when "the doctor calls after some routine tests," or "it's got real late, and your kid's not gotten back from the party yet..."
3) "Reach Out (I'll Be There)" by The Four Tops - Could be interpreted as a man singing to an estranged lover whom he still cares for, or a mother or father singing to a child, or the words of Jesus comforting us all. Great song.
Any others you can think of?