Catholic grief author Jeannie Ewing has experienced infertility and hyperfertility in the past couple of decades. Each have had their blessings and their sacrifices. And recently, after the birth of her fifth child, a debilitating health issue arose, which caused her to consider a hysterectomy as a possible solution.
In this episode, Jeannie talks authentically and intimately about her struggles in a way that many Catholic women will be able to relate. Through prayer, wonderful holy priests, resources on Catholic ethics, and her marriage, Jeannie explores ideas and offers support for women struggling with various stages of their fertility.
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Also be sure and connect with Jeannie at her website JeannieEwing.com.
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