Prenatal Partners for Life continues to serve families who find out their child may have special needs or health issues and families raising children who face these challenges. Through our new program Lumen Caeli, which means Light of Heaven, our outreach and support now includes families who have experienced miscarriage and stillbirth. Our support has now reached into 49 countries around the world. Through our support for families, conferences, talks and publications, Prenatal Partners for Life continues to promote the message of the gift and value of all life, no matter how long or short, healthy or sick.

I want to take this opportunity to thank all of you who made the Prenatal Partners for Life 12th Annual Banquet a success! Our guest speaker, Bishop Harrington, presented a heartwarming and convicting talk drawn from personal experiences based on the value of every human life. Paul Sadek from Relevant Radio, once again, did a wonderful job as Master of Ceremonies. Our sponsor, the Siena Symposium for Women, Family, and Culture did a fantastic job hosting us. Matt and Adrianna Birk, and their lovely family, were this years recipients of the Peter Kellett Angel of Light Award. Matt also led a rousing live auction! One of the highlights of the evening was hearing a personal testimony by Andrea and Cory Bruender about their beautiful daughter, Natalie, who has Turner syndrome. Natalie delighted the crowds with her sweet waves and smiles, as Andrea and Cory shared part of their journey with us. An inspiring evening was had by all! Without you, our dear supporters, Prenatal Partners for Life would not be able to help families like Cory and Andrea's. Please know that your support makes an undeniable impact on families facing an adverse diagnosis.

Thank you and may God bless you for your generosity!
Mary Kellett

 
Special Message from Archbishop Hebda
 
 

The support, information and encouragement provided by the PPFL parents is not meant to take the place of medical advice by a medical professional. Any specific questions about care should be directed to a health care professional familiar with the situation.