Yes, I would like to receive email from the National Shrine of St. Jude for his intercession in prayer. Jesus inspired the devotion to St. Bridget of Sweden when he directed her in a vision to turn to St.
She was also nervous, scared and concerned about what her family would think about her. She immediately considered terminating her pregnancy.
Ironically, Susan was working at an abortion facility in the recovery room making a substantial amount of money that she needed to take care of her boys. It was only by the grace of God that she walked through our Roswell clinic doors several months ago.
Embarrassed to have an abortion with her employer, she came in assuming we were also an abortion clinic. Susan quickly came to understand that we were what she needed most- a place where someone cared to listen without any judgement and unconditional love. Susan not only chose life, but she quit her job at the abortion clinic and took a much lesser paying job at a child care facility so that she could bring her newborn with her to work.
She is currently continuing to pursue a career as a patient care technician in a healthy environment.
Inspiring stories like this happen every day inside the walls of the Pregnancy Aid Clinic. They have had over client visits over the last year while being blessed to also have children born through their clinics over the same time frame. Pregnancy Aid Clinics are the only Catholic pregnancy resource centers in the Archdiocese of Atlanta.
They operate solely on individual donations and a few small grants. So today I ask you to prayerfully consider supporting them by taking a baby bottle and filling it with coins or taking a flat baby bottle an envelope and mailing it back to the clinic.
If you take a bottle please bring it back next week. The clinics cannot exist without your help. By supporting Pregnancy Aid Clinics, you are helping to create a culture of life while inspiring women and families in our own communities.
We truly appreciate your prayers and support. May God bless you all. Saint Jude the Apostle.Be inspired by stories about our patients on their journey from diagnosis to treatment of childhood cancer and other diseases treated at St.
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Little else is known of his life. Legend claims that he visited Beirut and Edessa and could have been martyred with St.
Simon in Persia. He is an author of an epistle (letter) to the Churches of the East, particularly the Jewish converts, directed against the heresies of the Simonians, Nicolaites, and Gnostics.
Saint Jude, faithful servant. Welcome to Catholic Life. Here are handy links to resources that will provide you with the news and information you need as a practicing Catholic. Jun 30, · Saint Jude Thaddaeus is considered as the patron saint of desperate cases and lost causes.
Stories of Saints for Kids is a series of animated stories based on the life of . St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital opened its doors on February 4, , based on Danny's dream that "no child should die in the dawn of life." Since then, we’ve made incredible strides in childhood cancer research.
We’ve helped improve the survival rate of childhood cancer from 20% to 80%.