This is so beautiful!
Last week, ChurchPOP reported social media personality and activist Kaitlin Bennett’s announcement that she is converting from atheism to Catholicism. She teased at the end of her video that she would reveal more details soon.
On this year’s Solemnity of the Immaculate Conception, Bennett did just that!
Bennett and husband Justin Moldow announced their pregnancy in a beautiful pro-life video honoring Our Lady and the Rosary. She also honors St. Joseph and the Child Jesus.
The video entitled, “The Happiest News of My Life” depicts pregnant Bennett expressing gratitude to the Holy Family for the gift of a child. Bennett and Moldow do not speak audibly, but overlay the video with music.
She begins the 4-minute announcement with the sound of a baby’s heartbeat, along with the scripture from Jeremiah 1:4-5:
“Before I formed you in the womb, I knew you, and before you were born, I consecrated you; I appointed you a prophet to the nations.”
Bennett also prays the Rosary, kneels with her husband in prayer, her husband kisses her belly, and she shows images of her sonogram.
As of this writing, the video generated almost 40,000 views on YouTube and approximately 70,000 total views in a two-part segment on Twitter.
Here’s the video below:
The couple also announced the pregnancy in a Twitter thread.
Here’s Justin Moldow’s announcement below:
Moldow’s first tweet reads, “We wish to celebrate the Feast of the Immaculate Conception by sharing with you the greatest news God has ever given us! The most beautiful gifts in life are the ones that come from the Lord.”
The second tweet reads, “First he gave the seal of his love in matrimony to my beautiful wife. Then he gave her the gift of her Catholic faith. As an expression of our love and the love Christ has for his Church, he has now given us the gift of our precious child.”
His third tweet reads, “A mother’s womb is truly a sacred temple. It was in Mary’s womb that Christ became incarnate [and] inside St. Anne’s womb that Mary became immaculate. This sweet [and] pure child of ours has already been blessed by a Bishop appointed by St. John Paul II [and] shown many signs of God’s graces.”
Moldow’s final tweet reads, “There are not enough words in the English language to properly describe the joy of becoming a parent. We ask for your prayers that we may do our God-given best to love our child with all our hearts, and that they should never doubt how blessed they are.”
Say a prayer for Kaitlin Bennett and all expecting women!
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