Category Archives: Gospel Living

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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Want to #KeepFamiliesTogether? Protest Divorce, Too

The ongoing situation at the southern U.S. border, where families illegally entering the country are being separated, with roughly 2,000 kids removed from their parents, continues to dominate discussions and headlines. Last weekend, protests were held in dozens of U.S. … Continue reading

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I Have Seen the Future, and It’s the Same as the Past

I’m not a prognosticator. I don’t read tea leaves or horoscopes. So when I say I have seen the future…well, it’s a bit more than mere metaphor, but much less than consulting oracles or taking a ride in the Tardis. … Continue reading

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What My Lawsuit Taught Me About Forgiving My Enemy

I got sued last year. The details aren’t important, except to say a manufacturer I represented terminated our contract in April. Both sides filed motions, and after two days of evidentiary hearings in business court, on a Friday afternoon in … Continue reading

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