How is THIS "pro-life"?

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Leah

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Hailing from central Minnesota, Leah has been working with young people and mothers since 2000. Leah founded The Guiding Star Project in 2011 after feeling called to help women and families by providing resources that honor Natural Law and promote wholistic feminism. She seeks to create Guiding Star Centers to serve as beacons of hope, joy, and truth — safe havens that uphold human dignity in all stages of life. Leah lives in Minnesota with her family and works as a board-certified lactation consultant. As a mother to seven children, she has a special interest in supporting young women as they transition into their roles as new mothers.
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3 thoughts on “How is THIS "pro-life"?”

  1. Pingback: A little ditty about breastfeeding…. : theguidingstarproject.com

  2. Thas for this lovely post! I totally agree! Sheila Kippley says something similar in her book “Breastfeeding and Catholic Motherhood.” this is also a large part of the philosophy of the Catholic Nursng Mothers League.

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