Adopting Life Part 3
Listen as this three-part series, co-sponsored by the National Review Institute and the Catholic Information Center, explores how religious believers can foster a radical culture of hospitality and loving support for unplanned pregnancies, adoptions, and children who find themselves without the generous support of family and community.
About the Speakers
A 4th-generation Arizonan, Paul S. Mulligan grew up the 6th of 8 children in Phoenix where he attended K-12 Catholic schools. In 1992 he received his commission from the U.S. Naval Academy, and served 7 years on active duty in the Navy as a surface warfare officer, propulsion engineer, and meteorology-oceanography officer, including 4 years overseas.
Tarren Bragdon is the chief executive officer at the Foundation for Government Accountability, which he founded in 2011 to help people experience the power of work by advancing reforms that move individuals from welfare to work, reduce government barriers to better jobs, and lower the cost of private health coverage.
Posted on May 22, 2017