Ladies for Life

Nov. 10 round-up

Posted on: November 10, 2008

Love2Learn Mom is working on a “Building a Culture of Life” series over at Studeo.

Via Studeo, Amy Welborn is challenging Catholics to make every Catholic parish a pro-life place, and she’s looking at ways to achieve that, not only by speaking about against abortion, but in providing support for teenagers who get pregnant or father a child, by supporting adoption and foster parenting, in helping parents of children with special needs, etc. (I’ll pick up the ball and challenge non-Catholics to push toward similar goals.)

Via Amy Welborn (I seem to be slipping to some kind of pattern here…), Dawn Eden writes about a book written and illustrated by a lady with Down Syndrome: Kellie’s Book: The Art of the Possible.

Speaking of Down Syndrome and the (everyday) art of what’s possible: “Lady for Life” Barbara Curtis and her family were featured in the Washington Post, in a look at people who adopt children with Down Syndrome. Barbara has been turning out quite a number of pro-life posts over at Mommy Life lately. For instance, there’s one that shares something said by a career Marine, tied in with a motto from Mother Teresa.

Jennifer F. has been pondering “How would you know?” if something that is widely accepted by your culture is evil. (via the same Amy Welborn post as linked above).


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