Torch Bearer with Down Syndrome

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Torch Bearer with Down Syndrome

Bradley Mattes   |   July 31, 2012

The entire world has Summer Olympics fever, and with good reason. The best of the best are gathered in London to compete in a wide variety of sports. You might think the focus is on only those individuals who’re supremely gifted. I’m glad to say the Olympics are also focusing on those who greatly contribute to society but are regularly targeted for abortion——individuals with Down syndrome. Amy Hopkin is one such person. She was chosen to help carry the Olympic torch through a small English village and then lit the symbolic cauldron. Amy’s an athlete in her own right, excelling in gymnastics, and is doing the many things her doctors said she’d never do. May this exciting time of the Summer Olympics remind us all, innocent human life is sacred regardless of our talents.

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