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The Infertility Companion for Catholics

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One in every six United States couples experiences infertility but Catholic couples face additional confusion, worry, and frustration as they explore the medical options available to them. Filling a major void in Catholic resources, The Infertility Companion for Catholicsdescribes the Church's teaching on reproductive technologies and provides a rich spiritual perspective on the emotions and faith involved in embracing the cross of infertility. The authors both experienced periods of being unable to conceive and they walk in solidarity with readers, compassionately coaching them through the challenging landscape of infertility. 256 pages Authors: Carmen Santamaria and Angelique Ruhi-Lopez.
  • Includes a variety of spiritual resources: prayers, devotions,wisdom of the saints
  • Chapter designed for friends and family of infertile couples, with tips on how to relate to the couple with compassion and sensitivity
  • Appendixes include suggested further reading, reference materials, Catholic documents, and Catholic blogs about infertility

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  1. Great Resource for My Husband and I 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 27th Oct 2013

    After we were diagnosed we read this book together out loud as a couple. It was a great resource and helpful for our emotions and souls. It was so reassuring to know that other people had gone through or were going through the same things we were. It was even more encouraging to read words written in the book that were EXACTLY things I had said or thought myself. There was something so comforting about knowing that our thought process and grief was normal and other people in our same situation and thought the same things. We are pretty familiar on Church teaching about infertility treatments, so those sections were not shocking to us. However, we did think that each section was written very well, with clear explanations behind the Church’s stance on certain procedures, not just a "no" answer. Was a very comforting resource during this difficult time.

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