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“Can we do this? Can I do this? Please, help me," I prayed to Mother Teresa.
These famous men and women share the joy of opening their doors to a child in need.
When faith meets hate, grace abounds.
Her choice wasn't popular with everyone, but it was right for her and her child.
She didn't expect to adopt children with Down syndrome, but now she can't imagine any other path.
The award-winning actress reminds us of a recent call by Catholic leaders to do more for children who need loving homes.
Catholics in DC sum it up by saying love is the answer.
"It is the FURTHEST thing from a heartless act."
Changing these common misconceptions helps both children and their birth moms.
Blogger and author Michelle Madrid-Branch, who was adopted, was called to be an advocate for orphans worldwide.