This is a powerful and moving story of faith, life, and medical miracles.
And it involves one of southeastern Wisconsin's most prominent judges.
The Boston Globe chronicles the agonizing choice that Mark and Mary Gundrum made to carry Dominic to full term, despite a grim diagnosis. The baby "had an encephalocele, a rare disorder in which part of the brain was exposed, covered in skin, outside the head. In this case, the brain was growing down into the roof of the mouth and protruding onto the face."
"If Gundrum decided to continue the pregnancy, she and her husband, Mark, were told, the baby might not make it to birth. Or he might be born, but die a few hours later. Or he might be severely disabled."
Here is where Gundrum's faith came into play. And it turned out to be decisive
If you listen to what the pundits are saying in the wake of the 2012 presidential election, Republicans might as well fold up their tents and go home.If you listen to what the pundits are saying in the wake of the 2012 presidential election, Republicans might as well fold up their tents and go home.