Category Archives: Catholic

Homeless Detroit Man Given Proper Burial Thanks to Unlikely Friend

One of the Corporal Works of Mercy is “Bury the dead”. Tiffany Brocker, a Catholic mom of six from St. Clair Shores, selflessly did just that for Gordon King, a homeless man in Detroit. The two had been friends the … Continue reading

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Happy Feast of St. Lawrence!

Today is one of my favorite saint feast days, for obvious reasons. St Lawrence, Deacon of the early Church, martyr for the faith. Stood up to Roman authority. Funny guy. Patron of chefs. What’s not to love? Happy Feast Day! … Continue reading

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ACM Presents: Scenes from Patrick Stewart’s New Star Trek Series

Well, not exactly. What I’ve got is a post originally published in 2011, one of my favorite and most popular AoftheA posts ever. You long-time readers will instantly recognize this classic. For you newbies….this is from a time when Catholic … Continue reading

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McCarrick Unholy Mess Makes Clear VIRTUS Is Merely Smoke and Mirrors

[Welcome, Big Pulpit visitors! Thanks for stopping by! – ed.] I was hesitant to write anything about former Cardinal McCarrick’s aberrant sexual immorality, as credible accusations made by seminarians and others abused by him became public. One, I didn’t want … Continue reading

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