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Threads of Love helps parents with loss of infant

Threads of Love is a group of Coast women based out of Center Pointe Church in Ocean Springs who make clothing and other handmade items for infants that die through miscarriage, infant death or stillbirth. Listen as Marcia McCall explains the mission and how they operate.
amccoy@sunherald.com