"I will regret my abortion till the day I go to heaven and see Anthony, but God has given me peace in the midst of sorrow. What an honor it was when the Lord used me to lead a young gal, who was seeking an abortion, to Jesus. She changed her mind and had her son!"
"When I was 16, I would get pregnant again and this time would choose life. I would struggle in my marriage, with being close to my children, and with reproductive problems, which almost took my life, and a complete hysterectomy by 29. I would turn to drugs and alcohol to numb my pain." Serena's 2020 March for Life Testimony
"We’ve rallied around our other 4 children for so many years and did our best to give them a loving home and good upbringing. It is to Mary Catherine’s memory that we now rally around her in hope of eliminating the heinous act of abortion." Paul and Maureen's 2020 March for Life Testimony
"There is no such thing as a safe abortion because a child dies. We think abortion is the solution to the problem, but it is actually the beginning. I have talked to older women who have said, 'I had an abortion, now I am married. I have children, but I am still not fine'."
"People often say that a victim of rape wouldn’t want anything to do with a resulting child, that the baby would be a horrible reminder of what happened. For me, the abortion is my reminder of what could have been, a reminder that God had a purpose for my daughter."
"I'm haunted by the memory of what I did, but if I can stop one woman from believing the lie—that it's a "choice" instead of a CHILD—then I will shout my story to the rooftops."
"I kept this to myself for years. I hurt every single day, and I would cry in pain of the loss of my two babies. I wondered if they were two boys or two girls or one of each. I didn’t give them a chance, all because someone else’s approval mattered to me at that time."
"Though I was able to maintain my job, the rest
of my life was out of control. This way of life continued for three years. I
had stuffed my feelings down so deep, and the alcohol and drugs allowed me to
numb the pain and 'forget' what I had done."
"It took many more years before I even heard of any help but again God was with me and, through Him and much counseling, I finally learned of God’s forgiveness."
"I started to tell them to stop, that I had changed my mind, but it was
too late. I spent a good few weeks hoping by some miracle I would still
be pregnant. And when it was obvious I was not, I tucked it away in the
file of things that "do not affect me" and I moved on. Only, God had other plans."
"Planned Parenthood didn't help me, the other Women's Clinic didn't
help me, the abortions didn't help me - the love of the staff at the Pregnancy Care Center
did more than help me, it led me to real salvation and healing, and
that is why I am Silent No More!"
"I was well aware of how precious life is and had always felt that even
in cases of rape that every life deserves a chance at life! I just had no
idea how personally I would be impacted by abortion or that I would be
faced with the choice to have to choose either life or death under the
most gravest and unthinkable circumstances!"