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Dr. Monica Miller fights for the rights of unborn babies

Pro-life activist leader Dr. Monica Migliorino Miller has written a controversial book, Abandoned. The book tells details of Monica’s years of fighting for the rights of babies who were aborted.

She shares, “The deaths are hidden. They are the victims of abortion. They are small and cannot be seen. The book is trying to peel away the veneer of violence done to unborn children.”

Helping children in the courtroom, Judge Lisa Sullivan

Clinton County Probate Judge Lisa Sullivan hears cases affecting children. Most require decisions on who should care for them and how their families can provide safe, healthy environments. Some cases test her faith in humanity, while others make her heart soar. Through it all, her Catholic faith shapes and guides Judge Sullivan’s efforts to find the best long-term solution for everyone.

“The system has so much anger and fear,” she explains.

Three brothers - Three priests

On a June weekend, Eben, Adam and Tim MacDonald returned to their childhood parish of St. Michael’s in Flint for Mass. The only difference was that instead of serving as altar boys or participating from the pews, they concelebrated with Father Matthew Fedewa. As of June 2, the MacDonald family counts three priests in their family of six children. Father Eben, the oldest of the MacDonald children, was ordained June 2 in the Archdiocese of Los Angeles, joining his brothers Father Adam and Father Tim, who were ordained in 2000.

Married for life - Pat and Bob's secrets for a successful marriage

Whether fresh from the oven or out of a bag, chocolate chip cookies rank near the top of favorite comfort foods. There’s nothing exciting about these lumpy brown clumps we take for granted. Yet when I bite into a great chocolate chip cookie, I know it. I savor its sweet richness and the feeling of warm contentment that starts on my tongue and glows into my soul.

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