In his ongoing ministry outreach to abortion affiliates, providers, medical practitioners, and others involved in the abortion industry, as they prepare to exit the abortion lifestyle, Fr. Frank and other compassionate pro-life activists offer help and healing to those who have been involved in the abortion industry.
A major part of this comes from the Society of Centurions.
Recently Fr. Frank joined Fr. Terry Gensemer to lead a healing retreat for former abortion clinic workers through And Then There Were None (ATTWN). ATTWN was founded by Abby Johnson, former Planned Parenthood abortion clinic manager turned pro-life advocate.
With groups like the Society of Centurions and ATTWN abortions clinic workers and abortion providers don’t have to be afraid of stepping away from the destructive life they have in the abortion industry.
As Abby Johnson writes in her story on LifeNews,
A lot of horrific memories surfaced during the retreat – memories of babies being born alive and having to piece babies back together after procedures were particularly painful for the women to describe. ”When you take that jar and dump it [after an abortion], and you see those arms and legs, there’s no denying it’s a baby,” said Mary. ’Christine’ recalled a time that a baby was born alive into the toilet. “This baby was moving… I’m like, oh God, what do I do?” she said. ”We were supposed to give CPR but never did… once that fetus dropped in the toilet, I knew I was done… I am guilty for not saving the child who drowned in the toilet. When I left, I didn’t look back.”
I’m always saying that abortion kills a baby and hurts women, men and families. But what we often forget is that it does damage to the lives and hearts of the workers in those abortion facilities.
Abortion is evil and evil is not content to destroy one life or two. Evil wants to destroy all life.
So if the Son sets you free, you will be free indeed. – John 8:36
But good can overcome evil. God is good! And through His help we can all be healed. Abortion workers can find forgiveness and healing through groups like the Society of Centurions and ATTWN.