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Ruhi-López, Santamaría to Kick Off Catholic Infertility Blog Tour April 18, 2012

April 18, 2012

One in every six United States couples experiences infertility, but Catholic couples face additional confusion, worry, and frustration as they explore the medical options available to them.

Join Angelique Ruhi-López and Carmen Santamaría, authors of The Infertility Companion for Catholics on their blog tour. They will offer the support and wisdom gained in their own struggles with infertility. Fans, friends, and everyone interested in this important topic are invited to follow their virtual travels as they are interviewed, reviewed, and offer guest posts on several popular Catholic blogs.

The tour schedule will be updated as posts are added and currently includes:

April 18th: Matching Moonheads

April 19th: This Cross I Embrace

April 20th: CatholicMom.com

April 21st: Chasing Joy

April 22nd: Frustrated Musings of a Seemingly Calm Gal

April 23rd: Karen Edmisten

April 24th: The Thin Veil

April 25th: Making God Laugh

April 26th: Patiently Waiting…Kinda

April 27th: Little Catholic Bubble

April 28th: Infertility Options

April 29th: Lavished with Lemons

April 30th: Joy Beyond the Cross

May 1st: Pray, Hope, Don’t Worry

May 2nd: A Martha Trying to Be Mary

May 3rd: The Practicing Catholic

Surprise stop along the way at: Fallible Blogma

About Angelique Ruhi-López

Angelique Ruhi-López has been married to her husband Richard since 2003. They experienced infertility for one year before deciding to adopt their first child, Emmanuel, from Vietnam. They also have three biological children, Sebastian, Madeleine, and Anabella. Ruhi-López holds a master’s degree in theology from Boston College. She served as an award-winning staff writer at La Voz Católica, the Spanish-language newspaper of the Archdiocese of Miami. Ruhi-López is a freelance writer for The Florida Catholic, and a blogger and web editor for the Archdiocese of Miami.

About Carmen Santamaría

Carmen Santamaría has been married to Alex since 2001. They have two biological children, Monica and Antonio Javier, and two adopted children, Victoria and Daniel. They experienced more than three years of secondary infertility following the birth of their second child and continue to face this challenge. Santamaría received a master’s degree in business administration and a juris doctor from the University of Miami where she served as executive editor of the International and Comparative Law Review. She is an attorney and edits for the Association of Corporate Counsel.

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