In this touching episode, Cassandra Taylor shares her personal faith journey and insights that offer hope and healing to Catholics who struggle with infertility.
Cassandra Taylor is a cradle Catholic who grew up in Central NJ. She married her husband Michael in 2016 after meeting him on CatholicMatch.com. Two years later Cassandra was diagnosed with ovarian and uterine cancer, a diagnosis that took them completely by surprise and which necessitated the removal of her uterus and ovaries. Since then, the Taylors have been walking the path of infertility and trying to discern God’s will for their lives. When she’s not working, Cassandra can be found volunteering with Springs in the Desert, a Catholic community for those struggling with infertility and loss. She also loves to knit, spin flags, and spend time with her niece and nephew.
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Springs website: www.springsinthedesert.org
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