It’s a nice confirmation when someone probably wiser, and certainly more published, writes an article that confirms something you already wrote. In my case, the issue was what to do with the “leftover” embryos in the fertility clinic freezers after the IVF process. I wrote about snowflake babies some time ago because of a segment on The World Over on EWTN.
Much more eloquently, Gerard Nadal tackled the same issue in “The Catholic Case for Embryo Adoption.”
I understand the arguments against embryo adoption, but we aren’t talking about the choice to do the evil anymore; it’s done. We’re talking about children’s lives.
I pray this conversation will go forward, both on IVF and embryo adoption, because we’ve ignored it for much too long.