"In this book, The Contraception of Grief, the authors take the reader through the various steps necessary for healing. They give the facts, tell of the effects, share the stories and provide the comfort and courage needed to find a way out of the darkness of loss and despair. This is not simply an anti-abortion or anti-contraception book. This is a book that tells the truth about the real pain suffered by real people as they struggle toward healing amidst a society and culture that has gone awry. It is a book about hope, forgiveness and selfless love." -- His Eminence Renato Raffaele Cardinal Martino, President, The Pontifical Council for Justice and Peace

"This truly is a wonderful book. It should be available in the Newman Centers on every college campus." -- His Eminence Renato Raffaele Cardinal Martino, President, The Pontifical Council for Justice and Peace

"I certainly see this book as another great contribution to the entire pro-life movement, agreeing most heartily with Cardinal Martino on the value of such a book being on all college campuses and Newman Centers. May the distribution of this book be wide-spread and helpful in understanding gratefully the gift of life and openness to this gift in marriage." -- Most Reverend Fabian W. Bruskewitz, Bishop of Lincoln

“I am very pleased to have received a copy of The Contraception of Grief, a booklet which will educate and counsel many about the hidden effects of abortifacient contraceptives. All of us in the Church are in need of such an education. Many are becoming enlightened about the logical connection between the advent of widespread acceptance of contraception and legalized abortion; yet, many are unaware of the direct attack on life made daily in the silence of the womb by contraceptives such as the Pill. It is my hope that this worthy effort by Janet Morana and Dr. Theresa and Kevin Burke will be part of the great conversion of heart and mind so needed on this topic. As shepherd of the flock of the Diocese of Phoenix, I fully endorse this work.” -- Most Reverend Thomas J. Olmsted, Bishop of Phoenix

"This book captures the urgency of the situation and makes it perfectly clear why responding to families is such an urgent pastoral need." -- Most Reverend Timothy M. Dolan, Archbishop of Milwaukee

"This publication came at a providential time as we seek to develop further the means to witness to the sanctity of life." -- Most Reverend David R. Choby, Bishop of Nashville

“The present work, The Contraception of Grief, is a fascinating analysis of the bitterness caused by that other vehicle of the culture of death, namely, contraception. While the grief it engenders is in a certain sense of another order than the post-abortion grief, the booklet highlights one of the most fundamental evils of chemical contraception: its abortifacient nature. The “contraceptive evangelists” as it calls them know full well that every society which caves into birth control eventually succumbs to abortion and so, I believe that the present authors have given us a new and truly helpful instrument with which to continue our fight.” -- Reverend Thomas J. Euteneuer, President, Human Life International

“The Contraception of Grief is excellent and needs to be spread far and wide. The item is most timely and hopefully very many will read it and spread it across the land. Much too little has been said and written about abortifacients, but now we have your document, The Contraception of Grief (The Genesis of Anguish Conceived by Abortifacients and Sterilization). Again, hopefully you will spread this far and wide. -- Reverend Paul B. Marx, OSB, Founder, Human Life International

“Many thanks for the honor of reviewing your most recent booklet, Contraception of Grief. It’s truly an outstanding work. One that will not only enlighten married couples but will serve as an eye-opener for those about to become ‘two in one flesh.’” -- Reverend Daniel McCaffrey, Director, Natural Family Planning Outreach

"This book will be provided to our Archdiocesan Pro-life Office to offer as a resource for their work." -- Reverend Robert T. Kickham, Archdiocese of Boston

"I admire [Janet] Morana's courage in talking about her own use of contraceptives-- Thank you for your show, which is really interesting and excellent, and again, Ms. Morana was a very effective witness for the deep effects of contraception, and I was moved by her sharing very much. She has done many women a great service by talking openly about her loss of babies through contraception-it must have taken her great courage to do so-God Bless her." -- Ruth J.

"I am Judy, living in the Philippines for 32 years. I was watching EWTN a couple of nights ago and Fr. Pavone was on with Janet Morana. I heard a little of her testimony and was so interested, that I went to the website which was advertised on the screen. I have just finished reading the information on the Contraception of Grief. I have a meeting with a priest in an hour, that's how powerful this information was!!!"