Please share with any Catholic (and non Catholic also) friends, doctors, priests, any person close to the subject of IF that we now have an amazing resource with a Catholic and moral perspective.
I have been reading The Infertility Companion for Catholics for the last 2 days since I received my first Amazon copies and every single page has resonated with my soul.The book is already sold out in Amazon, but please place your orders there so you can have your copies as soon there are more and to show the printing company and the world that this is a very much needed resource.
This is the description of the book:
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 Catholics is the first book to address not only the medical, emotional, and spiritual dimensions of infertility, but also the particular needs of Catholic couples who desire to understand and follow Church teaching on the use of assisted reproductive technology.I was blessed to "meet the authors" a few days ago and I cannot express how impressed I am by their commitment to helping women have the resources needed to find answers and help them with moral resources in all aspects of this cross They are now both adoptive and biological mothers that have themselves struggled with if.
Authors Angelique Ruhi-López and Carmen Santamaría offer the support and wisdom gained in their own struggles with infertility. They describe the options that Catholic couples can pursue in seeking to conceive, many of which are not ordinarily presented by the medical community. In an encouraging and non-judgmental tone, they address both husbands and wives and help them recognize the emotional impact of infertility on their relationship.
The Infertility Companion for Catholics presents a variety of spiritual resources including prayers, devotions, and the wisdom of the saints and provides suggestions for further reading of reference materials, Catholic documents, and Catholic blogs about infertility.
In order to promote the book bloggers will be hosting interviews, book reviews and guest posts related to the topics of infertility, miscarriage, adoption and more. As an extra incentive, they will each be giving away a copy of The Infertility Companion for Catholics so please check them out. Here is a list of their stops
April 18: Matching Moonheads
April 19: This Cross I Embrace
April 20: CatholicMom.com
April 21: Chasing Joy
April 22: Frustrated Musings of a Seemingly Calm Gal
April 23: Karen Edmisten
April 24: The Thin Veil
April 25: Making God Laugh
April 26: Patiently Waiting…Kinda
April 27: Little Catholic Bubble
April 28: Infertility Options
April 29: Lavished with Lemons
April 30: Joy Beyond the Cross
May 1: Pray, Hope, Don't Worry
May 2: A Martha Trying to Be Mary
Surprise stop along the way at: Infallible Blogma