The Drop Box for Unwanted Babies

DropBox

Every day, unwanted babies were abandoned on the streets of Seoul, South Korea. In order to save these childrens’ lives, a pastor and his congregation created a drop box where babies could be left safely, then cared for by volunteers. Now, college student Brian Ivie has created a documentary about this movement called “The Drop [Read More...]

“Somebody’s Got to Do It, and Why Can’t It Be Us?” – An Adoption Story

Sterlings

Via Patricia Heaton (who you really should follow on Twitter because she’s a font of these types of stories): From The Daily Mail: A couple from Missouri has seen their family more than double after they adopted five orphaned siblings from Peru who had sent them an email imploring: ‘We need a mommy and daddy.’ [Read More...]

A Woman of Mercy Offers Pregnancy Choices

JMeyer

The following column was written by The Christophers’ Jerry Costello: She’s been there, done that. She left her rural home in the Midwest, went to New York, moved in with a boyfriend, had a couple of abortions, survived a suicide attempt. This all happened years ago, in the early 1970s, when Jeanette Meyer was just [Read More...]

Little Miracles and Diversity at Pro Life Center

In this week’s edition of “The Tablet” – the diocesan newspaper for Brooklyn and Queens, New York – Editor-in-Chief Ed Wilkinson writes about the work of the New York Life Center, a non-sectarian facility for “pregnant women and young mothers” run by Catholics to help women of all faiths. It helps these women choose life [Read More...]


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