Amazing Story of a Catholic Hating Abortionist and Her Miraculous Encounter in 2017 with a Religious Sister from the Missionaries of Charity

Amazing Story of a Catholic Hating Abortionist and Her Miraculous Encounter in 2017 with a Religious Sister from the Missionaries of Charity

By Kevin Burke, LSW

Sr. Emmanuel Maillard shares a beautiful story in her newsletter of the amazing conversion of a physician who performed countless abortions and harbored a deep hatred of Catholicism.  Her journey reveals the truth that no matter how strong and permanent evil may appear, in time all darkness will fade before the blinding light of the Risen Christ.

Here’s an Excerpt:

 At the foot of the Himalaya. In Kathmandu (Nepal), Mother Teresa’s sisters were rescuing the poorest of the poor, in accordance with the mission of the Missionaries of Charity. They didn’t at all expect the event that happened to them in 2017. One day, a sister stepped out of the house, saw a young woman passing by in the street, and invited her to come into the convent.  She knew nothing about this woman, a certain Maya, of Spanish origin, yet she heard an inner voice telling her: “she is the one!”

Maya was a complete atheist, pro-abortion, pro-euthanasia, she hated the Church, the Pope and priests. She was a defender of feminist theories and women’s rights. For ten years, she had worked in one of the most prestigious clinics in Bilbao, performing abortions at the rate of one abortion every 10/15 minutes.

Later on, she became a brilliant physiotherapist. In her practice, she received well-known people, because she excelled in her work. In addition to all this, she threw herself headlong into sports, even going on ultra-trails. Her great pleasure was to climb mountains, and not just any mountains! She sought perfection in everything, but inside, she felt so empty.

After 20 years of marriage, her husband told her that he was leaving her, and on the same day she made the decision to commit suicide…

Read full story here. Note: You have to scroll down a bit – Its item #2 in the newsletter.

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