Oh, so many things about adoption popping up. First, the Sisters of Life are presenting "You & Me", an exhibit to coincide with the March for Life.
Then, this lovely piece from Truth & Charity, that details one couple's journey to adoption. The story features this quote from Bl. John Paul the Great: “…the existence of so many children without families suggests adoption
as a concrete way of love. Families like yours are here to say that this
is a possible and beautiful way, despite its difficulties; a way,
moreover, which is even more feasible than in the past, in this era of
globalization which shortens all distances.”
And finally, (and yes, I'm bragging a little), from my own beautiful Curly-haired Daughter, who posted this on her Facebook:
Day 14: A picture of someone you could not imagine your life without.
My Daddy has a pretty wife. She did not "bring me into this world" or any of my siblings, but she sure as hell kept us in it.
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