Healing the Shockwaves of Abortion

Game of Thrones - The Power of the Story in Recovery from Trauma

Like the raging, grieving fire-breathing Drogon, Game of Throne’s (GOT) devotees are spewing some serious flames of anger at the writers and directors after the series finale.

Mary Magdalene and the Apostle Peter – Ideal Saints for Women and Men Hurting After Abortion

The retreat process features special scripture meditations, the sacraments of Reconciliation and Eucharist, and exercises that lead women and men to a deep emotional and spiritual healing.

The Elephant in the Examination Room: Why Are Medical Professionals Reluctant to Talk to Women About this Common Medical Procedure?

Seeing a new medical provider means you get handed the brown clip board from the receptionist with that tedious multi-page “new patient form.”

Women with a Past Abortion Loss can Celebrate Mother’s Day?

To understand this good news, we first need to explore the heart of the abortion wound.

I Spoke to A Youth Group of Teenagers About My Abortion. I Was Amazed by Their Response

The Lord told me to revisit where I was as an 8th grader and share with the students the path that led me to my abortion at age twenty.

The Traumatic and Mysterious Abortion of Aerosmith Lead Singer Steven Tyler and Julia Holcomb

I did not realize that my article would be read by Julia Holcomb, the mother of Tyler’s aborted child.

Why is the 2018 Gerber Baby Causing Some Parents Great Anguish and Grief?

If you checked out your social media feeds the last few days, you have no doubt come across the smiling face of Lucas Warren, the new 2018 Gerber Baby.

New Study Claims Abortion Has No Adverse Effects on Mental Health – Dr. Priscilla Coleman Takes a Closer Look

The Abortion Pill: The Psychological Experience of Labor and Delivery in the Home

On a recent Rachel’s Vineyard retreat, a couple shared their traumatic chemical abortion story. The mother was 6 weeks pregnant and after an extended period of severe cramping the child was delivered in their bathroom.

New Study Claims Abortion Has No Adverse Effects on Mental Health – Dr. Priscilla Coleman Takes a Closer Look

After you listen to Dr Coleman’s analysis of this study, you will see that there is only one reasonable conclusion to draw from this study...MORE

Dear Clergy and Ministers: Yes Abortion is a Sensitive Subject…But Mother’s Day is the Perfect Time to Share a Message of Consolation and Healing

Women in your congregation who have had abortions may be experiencing various levels of regret and discomfort as our nation honors its moms...MORE

The Long Loneliness: Understanding Dorothy Day’s Mission in Light of her Abortion Loss

"Twice I tried to take my own life, and the dear Lord pulled me through that darkness — I was rescued from that darkness"...MORE

Australian celebrity admitted before committing suicide that her abortion caused 'depression bogeyman'

"When I got home [from the abortion], I felt that something had changed. I felt a shift. Maybe it was hormonal, but I felt the early tinges of what I can now identify as my first experience with depression,"...MORE

A Blessed Synergy: Rachel’s Vineyard and Forgiven & Set Free

Silent No More Awareness Campaign Regional Coordinator Patricia Pulliam shares about the blessings and benefits of two post abortion recovery programs; Rachel’s Vineyard and Forgiven and Set Free. In this interview Patricia outlines the programs and how she sees them working together to the benefit of participants....MORE

Is Mother's Day a Bad Time to Talk About Abortion?

In this beautiful month of May as we celebrate our mothers, why introduce the painful and contentious topic of abortion? Mother’s Day is actually the perfect time to look at this issue, but with a fresh perspective – through the lens of the physiology of motherhood....MORE

Great Abortion Healing Resources from Fr Frank Pavone for Clergy, Ministers and their Congregations

Given the importance of mothers and fathers especially in our busy and ever changing society, we really need a whole month to focus on moms and dads...MORE

A Revolutionary Re-Thinking of Addiction by Author Johann Hari Touches on the Heart of Abortion Loss and Recovery

It is now one hundred years since drugs were first banned… I set off three and a half years ago on a 30,000-mile journey for my new book, Chasing The Scream: The First And Last Days of the War on Drugs, to figure out what is really driving the drug war… what I learned on the road is that almost everything we have been told about addiction is wrong...MORE