An Alberta hospital group that just opened two "Angel Cradle" baby boxes for the safe drop-off of unwanted newborns has expanded the program to allow people to drop off unwanted old people.
"Far too many babies and oldies are being abandoned in dumpsters," said Dr. Nina Swan of Covenant Health, the Catholic-based, government-funded health care administration that operates the two hospitals hosting the programs.
Congratulations to the Edmonton media for doing such a good job covering and promoting the opening of Edmonton Catholic Hospital's "Angel Cradles." Like I said, it makes me proud to be a Christian, to know that our Christian faith still means something very good in this day and age.
Two Edmonton hospitals will be the first in the province to provide so-called "angel cradles," where unwanted newborns can be safely and anonymously dropped off. Officials hope the drop-off points at...
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