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Copyright 2019 Kathryn Anne Casey About the author: Kathryn Anne Casey is a graduate of Divine Mercy University, freelance writer, housewife, and mother of four children. She has volunteered with Life Teen Ministries, the National Evangelization Team, and the Young Ladies Institute. After graduating with a B.S. in Psychology from the University of St. Thomas in St. Paul, Minnesota, Kathryn went on to work as at the Center for Human Services (CHS) in Modesto as a Student Assistance Specialist, providing short-term prevention and early intervention services to at-risk high school students. Upon marrying, Kathryn and her husband moved to Virginia where she earned an M.S. in Clinical Psychology at Divine Mercy University in Arlington, VA. Embracing family life, Kathryn and Kyle welcomed seven children from the Lord. John Marie and Paul Joseph miscarried at 7 and 9 weeks. Miriam, James, Regina and Peter were born. Peter, diagnosed with a cleft lip and palate during his 20-week ultrasound, experienced severe malnourishment and was admitted to the hospital when he was two months old. He was diagnosed with SPINT2, a rare genetic condition affecting his ability to absorb sodium. Peter lives and thrives with the help of TPN, a form of IV nutrition. In 2013, Celeste Casey was diagnosed at twenty weeks with anencephaly and born into heaven during labor at 37 weeks. Through these series of twists and turns, navigating the ever-changing path of following one’s vocation, Kathryn returned to CHS, became a life coach, closed her life coaching business, became weekly columnist and reporter for the Hughson Chronicle-Denair Dispatch, reporting on local events celebrating community. You can find her other writing at Mind & Spirit, Blessed is She, and her blog, KathrynAnneCasey.com. Throughout her work, Kathryn remains fixed on the belief that everyone has a story to share and every story is worth sharing.
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