Fortified by her faith and trust in God’s will for her life, Catherine chose to serve and to love.
Kelly Marcum BlogsMarch 24, 2023
A year ago today my husband and I received the news that our little one had passed away in utero. A week prior we’d learned that the baby was not growing on track, but still we had prayed and hoped for a miracle. The miracle was not to be and we went home to grieve our unborn child and care for our two toddlers. That afternoon, as I lay curled on the couch praying for the grace to accept God’s will while my husband tended to our sons, I reached for my phone to look up that day’s saint. I had been begging the intercession of Our Lady and St. Joseph, the patron of the unborn, all week, and I would turn to them many more times in the days to come, but in that moment, I just wanted to be able to ask one more friend in heaven to look out for my little one.
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