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Adoptions, the Church, and the children

March 19, 2006

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AS A newborn, I spent three months in the hospital before I was taken home as a foster child by two women who are now my moms. At the time, the doctors thought I might have cerebral palsy, might be deaf, blind, or both, and might have AIDS. One of my moms was a nurse at the hospital. When she ... (Full article: 1669 words)

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