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Hi and welcome Elthelpea! I'm also due in October, you should join us in the October ddc
post #202 of 208
Hi CherryBomb. I see you are 11 weeks, so am I! How many children is this for you.

I'll take a look around the Oct ddc. I've entrusted this pregnancy to Saint Jude, whom I entrust EVERYTHING too (I even have a little Jude), Saint Francis of Assisi and Saint Francis de Sales. I'm due anytime October 3-9. So we pretty much have our names picked out - either Therese (Saint Therese's feast is October 3) or Francis (feast day October 4). I love naming babies.
post #203 of 208
Hopefully it will be our 4th living (we lost the last two babies, one was ectopic at 5 weeks and the other unexplained 16 week loss). So St. Gerard is my go to for this pregnancy!
post #204 of 208
I'm sorry to hear of your losses. I've had two m/c as well...the last one being around last Thanksgiving.

Saint Gerard is wise choice! My sister had a difficult pregnancy and we were asking for his intercession for her and her baby.
post #205 of 208
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Hi ladies,
I'm a long time lurker of the mdc forums (mostly the vax forum) I'm a traditional Catholic who splits my time between a nearby Byzantine church and an independent traditional Catholic chapel.
Hey there! I'm just coming back from vacation and checking in. We do the same thing right now - Byzantine Catholic and SSPX. Welcome!


Soo mamas - hope your Lent is going well. I don't feel like I'm doing very well this year. I'm starving and exhausted and still feel very self-centered. Hopefully I can get it together in the next week and a half, I guess.
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and an independent traditional Catholic chapel.

Fr. Carley perhaps?
post #207 of 208
That's him.

Unfortunately (or perhaps fortunately) I have been spending most of my time at the closer Byzantine church due to the cramped quarters of the chapel and utter lack of cryroom. My older two are taking catechism there so my husband takes them and I take the younger two with me.
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