Many disabled saints have found holiness not in spite of their disabilities, but in and through them.
This mom's witness reminds us that each child is unique, has dignity, and is loved by God.
Bl. Herman had a cleft palate, cerebral palsy and spina bifida, but he was the most joyful monk in the monastery.
"The world is ready to embrace diversity and inclusion," her mother says.
Born with Apert syndrome, little Lola wants to be seen as a person of dignity and worth, as she shares in this heartwarming account.
Her health conditions did not deter the success of her brilliant mind and exuberant spirit.
The evening was funded in part by the Vatican’s Pontifical Academy for Life and the Tebow Foundation.
Chelsea Werner is inspiring people around the world through the happy moments of her life she shares on Instagram.
The program, taught in American Sign Language, utilizes Catholic art as an educational tool.
These photos of children with Down syndrome dressed as Disney characters are almost too cute to be real!