In this episode our host interviews Jocelyn Trindade who is a young pro-life women in New Bedford. She was one of two women who trained out in Dallas and brought to the Diocese a Pro-Life Bootcamp for our youth. The spiritual lesson is on Our Lady's mediation.
This episode features an interview with the Executive Director of Abundant Hope Pregnancy Resource Center, Darlene Howard, in Attleboro, MA. This is the closest Pregnancy Resource Center next to the Abortion clinic in Attleboro, the last Abortion Mill in the Diocese. In addition, a pro-life news segment is given.
In this episode Catherine interviews Fredi D'Alessio, the founder of The Gabriel Project. The Gabriel Project is a wonderful program which is parish-community based, offering assistance for pregnant mothers who are single. Catherine later relates just how important this G.P. is by sharing her own experience as a single mother with her first child. As always she gives good spiritual reflections, and finishes by encouraging the starting of a Gabriel Project in your parish.
In this episode is featured an interview with Kevin Ward, President of Cape Cod Bus for Life. He is interviewed about the bus(es) and accomodations for the Southcoast MA area people to participate in the March For Life held every year in Washington, D.C. Also discussed is the spiritual battle for life, and his organization's Catholic radio station presently under construction on the Cape.
In this second episode of "A Mother's Yes," Catherine Jenkins interviews Kathy Hill, a crisis pregnancy counselor and Silent No More representative in the area. Some really good and helpful information is given by Kathy who knows how to bring about the healing process of women who are suffering from post-abortion syndrome and the mother's acceptance of God's forgiveness. Air date: November 5, 2016.
The debut of our pro-life show, A Mother's Yes. The interview is with Eileen Smith who lost her daughter, Laura, in 2007 from an abortionist's poor medical practice. Her death is what eventually closed down the "clinic," the last one open on Cape Cod.