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Abortion is a reflection that our society has failed to meet the needs of women. Women deserve better
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Michael and Hannah Carmack decided to try for a sibling for their little girl and they got a *double* double surprise when an ultrasound revealed quadruplets consisting of two sets of identical twins.Exceptionally rare when conceived naturally, the twin girls, Evelyn and Adeline, and twin boys, David and Daniel, arrived at 27 weeks gestation and are expected to go home sometime in June. ... See MoreSee Less
Alabama couple welcomes rare quadruplets: 2 sets of identical twinsThe Carmacks wanted to give their 8-year-old daughter a sibling. She ended up with 4 including identical twin girls and identical twin boys.
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Where can you find support for marital, single, and partnered parenthood; or kinship care and guardianship; or open, closed, and semi-open adoption? Pregnancy resource centers are there to help women navigate their options. Many of these centers have staff or volunteers who speak more than one language. Dedicated volunteers and medical/legal professionals, who often serve pro bono, walk the path with women and their children. Pregnancy resource centers give a gift of a lifetime. Women deserve better® than abortion. And they deserve resources and support. ... See MoreSee Less
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And here's another school that supports pregnant and parenting students: Catholic University of America welcomes moms and babies! FFL President Serrin M. Foster has personally congratulated Jennie Lichter, deputy general counsel at CUA. We have offered our support in any way we can, including Women Deserve Better® materials. Hosting a Pregnancy and Parenting Resource Forum℠ — whatever we can do! CUA has partnered with St. Ann's Center for Children, Youth and Families, formally a maternity home and orphanage in DC now in MD. "My father was at St. Ann's as a baby during the Great Depression," said Foster. "Later he became an older nontraditional college student when I was born. We started FFL’s College Outreach Program hosting our first Forum at Georgetown in January 1997. Preeya Noronha Pinto, was the GU RTL president. Now she is a law professor at CUA Columbus School of Law. Life has a funny way of coming full circle when you support those in need." ... See MoreSee Less
Catholic University’s Guadalupe Project Offers a Post-Dobbs ‘Radical Welcome’ to Campus Moms and FamiliesCUA has launched new resources for students facing unplanned pregnancies, as well as parents on the faculty and staff.
With a dozen Grammys to her credit, Tina Turner was known as the Queen of Rock and Roll. The biopic of Tina Turner’s life revealed the brutal abuse she endured at the hands of her first husband and manager, Ike Turner. She found the strength to leave and ultimately love she deserved with her second husband, Erwin Bach. But when she became seriously ill, she wanted to end her life. It was her husband's ultimate act of love that pulled her back from assisted suicide. He said he didn't want to lose her, and as a result she lived until her natural death last week. Read about how he helped her find her way to good health - back to LIFE. (And if you are experiencing any kind of relational abuse, please seek help which we discuss here on our helpsite Women Deserve Better: www.womendeservebetter.com/when-you-need-to-call-for-help-domestic-violence ) www.lifenews.com/2023/05/29/tina-turner-considered-assisted-suicide-but-her-husband-helped-her-ce... ... See MoreSee Less
Tina Turner Considered Assisted Suicide, But Her Husband Helped Her Celebrate Life Instead - LifeNews.comTina Turner died a natural death on Wednesday May 24, but in her memoir: Tina Turner: My Love Story, Turner explains that in December 2016 she signed up with the Swiss assisted suicide group Exit. Cro...
Congratulations to all who are graduating this year, especially parenting students. And here's to supportive schools! MiraVia assists the success of parenting students in North Carolina and the University of Mary in North Dakota also helps student moms pursue their degrees.www.catholicnewsagency.com/news/254395/miravia-maternity-home-brings-hope-and-life-to-pregnant-st...www.ncregister.com/features/mothers-on-campus ... See MoreSee Less
MiraVia maternity home brings hope and life to pregnant students in North CarolinaThe MiraVia maternity home on the campus of Belmont Abbey College in North Carolina has helped more 60 pregnant and parenting students.