Conception-Birth: View the New Technology

July 5, 2012

Embracing Life

Two of the inventors who developed this new x-ray scanning technology won the Nobel Prize. Watch the video explained lovingly by a mathematician and be amazed about the magic of you…

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(Thanks to my uncle, Bill McMahon, for letting me know about this clip)

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About Kathy Schneeman

After graduating from The College of St. Thomas, I taught at Nativity in St. Paul until our oldest was just about born in the classroom (What a great lesson on life that would have been for my students!) I then became a stay-at-home-mom while teaching religious education classes and working very part time at UST. Recently, I served as the Archdiocese's Life Coordinator in the Office for Marriage, Family and Life until twins arrived (I was almost 43!) When I have a few minutes of quiet time, I like to run, eat chocolates, scones and Mexican food (that's why I run), read, and have a beverage with my husband at night. We have a whopping nine kids (yes...same husband and same wife; we get that question a lot!) and we attend St. Joseph's in West St. Paul--where we first met when we were in grade school.

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  • Becky

    It is amazing. But I believe it was the Nobel Prize in Medicine, Physics or Math and not the Peace Prize

  • margaret4536645

    We see that there are more people are didn’t know about birth technology. So i think this is very important content for us to know about this technology and i think this is need for us.