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By Jeannie Ewing, Catholic Exchange, Feb. 9, 2022

Jeannie Ewing is a Catholic spirituality writer and national inspirational speaker. Among her eight books, From Grief to Grace: The Journey from Tragedy to Triumph, is her most popular. ….

A soft rapping at my back door led me to investigate who was calling at such a strange hour. It was a weekday, noonish, and the rural neighborhood where we resided remained quiet from the absence of children and adults, who were presumably at school or work. My eccentric elderly neighbor who lived behind us greeted me with some vegetables she harvested that morning as an offering. I accepted with gratitude.

Our daughter, Sarah, was an infant then, and Ruby asked me how she was doing. I explained that Sarah would undergo a very invasive and risky surgery called a Cranial Vault Reconstruction, which involved cutting open her prematurely fused skull and inserting a device that would operate to mechanically widen her cranium and thus allow room for her brain to grow. …

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