CNA Newsroom CNA Newsroom: "Infertility and the power of community"

Lauren Allen, founder of the Fruitful Hollow ministry for infertility Lauren Allen, the founder of the Catholic infertility ministry the Fruitful Hollow, with her husband. / Courtesy of Lauren Allen.
The Fruitful Hollow logo The logo for the Catholic infertility ministry, the Fruitful Hollow. / Courtesy of Lauren Allen.

Infertility is more common than you might think, affecting some ten percent of couples according to one medical expert. Unfortunately, infertility is rarely discussed and can often be misunderstood or misjudged as some sort of moral failing.

This week on CNA Newsroom, three Catholics talk about their infertility and the groundbreaking online ministry that has given them community, and a platform to share about their experiences.

Listen to the episode below, or on your favorite podcast app.

Disclaimer: This episode contains no graphic descriptions, but does acknowledge the existence of sex between spouses. Listener discretion is encouraged.

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