January 3, 2012

A Dark Holiday for Detroit's Catholics

John Stoll, Reuters

Emmanuel Miller comes to Saint Leo Catholic Church at least twice a month.

The 52-year-old doesn't often visit the ornate cathedral upstairs. His emphysema, which gives him violent bouts of coughing, could make it difficult to sit through a Mass.

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