Article originally appeared on www.nationalreview.com.
A baby. A mother. A father. They are at the heart of the season we are in. And, yet, as Mary Eberstadt points out in her book How the West Really Lost God, all those elements seem foreign to many who did not grow up with a father. Or a mother. And, of course, those who do not have a baby for reasons of grueling inability, or excruciating loss, or fear, or actual choice. Her point is an acknowledgement of reality. And a point of reflection and encounter. Maybe especially in our post–Roe v. Wade world.
One Saturday morning not too …
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