She Kept Her Baby

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She Kept Her Baby

Bradley Mattes   |   September 19, 2017

The Knights of Columbus organization was instrumental in helping the pro-life movement during its early years.  Currently, they’re raising money and have donated over 800 ultrasound units to pro-life centers and mobile medical units.  In San Antonio, the first woman who was to use the new machine firmly stated she would have an abortion.  But during the sonogram, the baby seemed to wave to her.  She looked up at the nurse and said, “I’m going to keep my baby.”  The Knights have a goal of placing one-thousand ultrasound units with the hope and prayer of saving at least one million lives.  This technology has opened a window to the womb and shown expectant moms and dads the beauty and wonder of their unborn babies.  Women who see the truth, choose life.

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