Milwaukee Women’s Care Center Aided by New Ultrasound Machine

Approximately 35 people filled the reception area of Women’s Care Center Saturday night to celebrate the recent acquisition of a new, state-of-the art ultrasound machine. The center, at 1441 N. Farwell Ave., now has the capability to offer much more detailed images, and at earlier stages in the pregnancy.

The purchase was made possible by donations from area Knights of Columbus councils, whose members have been helping out since the founding of the center in June 2010.

The new ultrasound machine for the Women’s Care Center is looked over by Archbishop Jerome E. Listecki and Wisconsin State Council Knights of Columbus District Deputy Timothy Bowen. (Photo by Juan Carlos Medina.)

The evening began with Mass celebrated by Archbishop Jerome E. Listecki. Echoing the theme of a celebration, Archbishop Listecki reminded those in attendance that they are doing God’s work. “A picture is worth a thousand words,” he said. “Think about how many lives will be saved by pictures taken here.” With a nod toward Affiliated Heath Services across the street, Archbishop Listecki said the services offered by Women’s Care Center “show the importance of protecting life, especially the most vulnerable among us.”
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