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IVF Hurts People with Disabilities

IVF Hurts People with Disabilities

by: Sarah Bailey“Since prenatal screening tests were introduced in Iceland in the early 2000s, the vast majority of women — close toRead more »

Dating with Disability (1)

Dating With Disability

by: Sarah BaileyAs a person with a disability, I can feel lost. Questions run through my head. What will dating be like? Will anyone everRead more »

Passing on the Faith Resources for Parents

Passing on the Faith: Resources for Parents

by: Sarah AntonioAs moms, we always want the best for our kiddoes. As Catholic moms, we want even more for our children when it comes toRead more »

When Healing Hurts How I Almost Lost My Faith

When Healing Hurts: How I Almost Lost My Faith.

by: Sarah BaileyI rejoice in a God who loves me. God humbles and challenges me through unanswered prayers for miraculous healing. YetRead more »

Offer It Up

Offer It Up! The Sanctification of Suffering

by: Sarah AntonioThis Lent, it’s not too late to choose to offer some small, painful sacrifice to Christ. Unite it to His PassionRead more »

Overcome: Keeping Faith with a Disability

OVERCOME: Keeping Faith with a Disability

by: Sarah BaileyA disability manifests itself in a person in a variety of different ways. Yet all people with disabilities want to beRead more »

Greater the Gold: Adding Siblings is Worth the Sacrifice

This spring, we were thrilled to welcome our seventh baby. And to add to the excitement, it was a boy, after twelve years and threeRead more »

psychocline:a faith-filled business

Pycnocline: A Faith-Filled Business

I have been eyeing these gorgeous t-shirts from pycnocline for a while, so when I had the chance to review one and interview Megan, IRead more »

Uniting to Christ's Life-Giving Suffering

Uniting to Christ’s Life-Giving Suffering

by: Sarah AntonioGod’s perfect original plan did not include all of this suffering. In the same way, His original plan did notRead more »

Mommy Wars and the Battle Over Schools

August has slipped away and September’s arrival had us all turning to pumpkin spice, bouquets of freshly sharpened pencils, and ofRead more »

God: The Ultimate Artist

I don’t consider myself an artist, but I am a creative and a lover of beauty. As such, I have a hard time seeing the arts marginalizedRead more »

A House Full of Joy

“Don’t you have any hobbies?” “You know what causes that?” You’ve heard it all before. The probingRead more »