Feminists Need to Listen to the Millions of Women Who Regret Their Abortions

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Feminists Need to Listen to the Millions of Women Who Regret Their Abortions

It may be hard to understand how a priest from Poland could relate to the secret heartache of women who have had abortions. But Pope John Paul II was such a man. The Pontiff, who has been declared a saint of the Catholic Church, spoke eloquently and convincingly to women who have suffered the tragedy of abortion.

Evangelium Vitae (25 March 1995) | John Paul II

IOANNES PAULUS PP. II To the Bishops EVANGELIUM VITAE Priests and DeaconsMen and Women religiouslay Faithfuland all People of Good Willon the Value and Inviolabilityof Human Life INTRODUCTION 1. The Gospel of life is at the heart of Jesus’ message.

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Rachel’s Vineyard

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Silent No More Awareness Campaign

Campaign Goals Reach Out Reach out to people hurt by abortion, encouraging them to attend abortion after-care programs. Invite those who are ready to break the silence to join us in speaking the truth about abortion’s negative consequences and the hope found in healing.

Feminists for Life

Be a Feminist for Life! Donate to receive our magazine, The American Feminist, and other gifts. Feminists for Life “As at other New York hospitals, the surge of new patients with Covid-19 flattened this past week. But the intensive care unit at the Brooklyn hospital had to keep expanding, to nearly three times its original size, and deaths remained high.