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Journey in Love: A Catholic Mother's Prayers after Prenatal Diagnosis

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“I consider that the sufferings of this present time are not worth comparing with the glory that is to be revealed to us.” — Romans 8:18

Author Kathryn Anne Casey clung to this Scripture passage in the dark moments after her baby received a prenatal diagnosis. For her, as for any mother, a prenatal diagnosis is cause for deep suffering and grief, whether or not the conditio
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Paperback, 103 pages
Published 2019 by Our Sunday Visitor
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Erin
Nov 03, 2019 rated it it was amazing
Kathryn Anne Casey has written a beautiful and powerful book for all those who have experienced or accompanied others down the path of prenatal diagnosis during a pregnancy. Her own story is one of great grief and pain, but also joy and hope. I found myself crying in parts at the depth of her understanding and acceptance of the suffering her family experienced. In a very honest and forthright manner, she offers ways to cope and move forward in a time of great uncertainty. She has also gathered t ...more
Lauren
Sep 13, 2019 rated it it was amazing
This book followed Kathryn as she walked by faith through two difficult prenatal diagnosis. Even through the times of darkness there was a tone of hope, that made me feel able to emphasize with others who may walk this path, and feel able to face whatever comes in pregnancy and motherhood. It also gave practical suggestions about how to deal with grief when it is too difficult to pray (finding beauty in the world around you and asking others to pray for you when you cannot find the words to pray ...more
Dara Barbosa
Sep 12, 2019 rated it it was amazing
This is an honest and open story and devotional that delves into the reality of struggling with God's will in the midst of grief. There are personal thoughts by the author as she journeyed on the path of heartbreak during her pregnancies and practical reflections and prayers with the rosary and stations of the Cross.
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Kathryn Anne Casey is a Northern California native who studied gender complementarity and psychology at the University of St. Thomas and clinical psychology at Divine Mercy University, a program firmly grounded in Catholic theological and philosophical tradition. She worked for the Center for Human Services, a local nonprofit serving youth and families, providing prevention and early intervention ...more

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