I pray that you all had a chance to watch EWTN last night called “Barren and Blessed”. What a truly beautiful interview! Living His Life Abundantly has brought about the gift of discussion on how Catholic couples endure infertility and how they get through the journey.
If you are unable to view EWTN and would like a copy of the DVD for only $9.98, please click on the title “Barren and Blessed: The Plight of Infertility” . This was an interview you don’t want to miss.
Thank you Kristy for your witness and bravery!!!
We at Hannah’s Tears have posted Karl’s book in the past called “Bearing the Unbearable” . This is a wonderful resource for personal use or using in a support group. Please remember all the suffering that you go through God is using these moments for his greater good. We don’t always see the fruits but as we continue to place our suffering at the foot of the cross he will reward you greatly! These are times of great GRACE, keep trusting what God has in store for you and your spouse as you continue to seek His holy will. Our spiritual fertility is the greater gift let us seek HIM always.
2379 The Gospel shows that physical sterility is not an absolute evil. Spouses who still suffer from infertility after exhausting legitimate medical procedures should unite themselves with the Lord’s Cross, the source of all spiritual fecundity.
I haven’t watched it all yet, but I recorded it and what I have seen so far was very beautiful. I’m so glad there is now more discussion within the church about infertility. Thank you for sharing!
Our Lord is bringing healing to all that has been hidden. He is in the process of revealing those areas in our lives that need healing through the love of Holy Mother Church. God knows how much we need to be healed within our own hearts and He is bringing all that is hidden to the light of faith that we will know that we are not alone. For if God is with us, who can be against us. What a treasured faith we have within the Catholic Church!
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