What more can be said about it at this point that will make liberals change their minds regarding the murder of unborn children? Whether you’re religious or not, killing an innocent is, well, there’s not even a word harsh enough to describe it. The man, identified only as Alex, later reportedly sent an email to Semkiw asking that none of his responses be used in any videos or broadcasts. During the interview, Semkiw explained that some pro-life advocates would like to see abortion criminalized “up to a certain point,” not banned entirely. In 1994, just a year after taking the reins of Priests for Life, Father Frank Pavone was invited to speak at several events in Birmingham. Father Frank always wore the “Precious Feet” pin that model the feet of a baby at 10 weeks’ gestation, and I had suggested to him, some time before this appearance on EWTN, that we should glue pink and blue ribbons to the pin.
Our first season of “Defending Life” aired in 1995 and in the 21 years since, we have featured scores of pro-life ministries on the show and raised awareness of the pro-life cause in ways that just wouldn’t have been possible if Mother Angelica had not opened that door. I remember another time, it was still in the 90s, when Father Frank and I were at EWTN taping “Defending Life.” He was on the live show again, and as I was waiting I walked into a reception area and found Mother Angelica there. Her vision was fulfilled in 1999 when the Shrine of the Most Blessed Sacrament opened in Hanceville, with an eight-foot monstrance in the chapel. The monastery was beautiful, and I understood Mother Angelica’s desire to get her cloistered sisters away from the hustle and bustle of EWTN, but the truth is I also miss seeing them, and her, when I go there four times a year to tape our shows. All six of them are on the faculty of or otherwise associated with the pro-abortion University of California San Francisco, its pro-abortion Bixby Center for Global Reproductive Health, and the organization ANSIRH – Advancing New Standards in Reproductive Health.
The “Decision Rightness”study was funded by the Wallace Alexander Gerbode Foundation, which has also granted money to NARAL, the ACLU and seemingly every group they could find with the word “choice” in its name: Medical students, law student, physicians, nurses, etc. Another grant was received by the David and Lucile Packard Foundation, which is dedicated to reducing population. The third grant that funded “Decision Rightness” was from an anonymous donor, and after reading the study, I conjured an image of Planned Parenthood CEO Cecile Richards writing a personal check. This latest exercise in proving that abortion is fabulous followed 667 women for three years after their abortions, checking in by phone twice every year, and sending them each a $50 gift card after each conversation.
What they’re saying, basically, is that if you’re fine with your abortion decision beforehand, you will be fine after. Many of them speak of an initial feeling of relief that gives way over time – sometimes a decade or more – to much darker emotions and accompanying masking behaviors like alcohol and drug abuse, sexual promiscuity, eating disorders and other problems. Post-abortion healing programs like Rachel’s Vineyard and dozens of others would not exist if women were not experiencing emotional turmoil after abortion. We don’t expect honesty from pro-abortion researchers, and we are not surprised when the pro-abortion mainstream media runs headlines like this one in Time magazine: Hardly Any Women Regret Having an Abortion, a New Study Finds.
But the danger in this skewed research and slanted reporting is that it gives abortion-vulnerable women, especially young women, another reason to make the wrong choice. Those who champion a woman’s “right to choose” should be up in arms about a school teacher in China who had been warned she would lose her job if she didn’t abort her child.
Surely the International Planned Parenthood Federation, which works closely with the Chinese Family Planning Association, would have tried to intervene in – or least comment on – this gross injustice. Perhaps the White House, where the resident-in-chief is a staunch supporter of “choice,” got his diplomats in China working to save this couple and their wanted child. According to Smith, who cited the Catholic Family and Human Rights Institute, Obama has given $227 million to a United Nations agency that facilitates the one-child policy, and visas to Chinese officials with ties to brutal acts of forced abortions. The Associated Press reported this week that Qin was granted permission to have a child with her husband, Meng Shaoping, in her hometown, even though each of them has a daughter from their previous marriages.
In late 2013, China eased up on its one-child only policy that, in 34 years not only eliminated siblings in the world’s most populous country but also left the region’s boy-to-girl ratio so lopsided that many Chinese men will never be able to marry. When the policy change was announced in Beijing, IPPF gushed that it was “an important step towards realising reproductive health and rights for all its citizens” – although not for the hundreds of millions of citizens who had already been deprived of their right to life.
As both Congressman Smith and Reggie Littlejohn, president of Women’s Rights Without Frontiers, have pointed out, the easing of the one-child restriction in some areas of China does not mean forced abortion has been relegated to the past. The Los Angeles Times yesterday reported on the “junk science” – as described by abortion advocates — behind new abortion restrictions enacted or under consideration in a number of states, including a bill in Montana that calls for babies beyond 20 weeks to be anesthetized prior to an abortion. Father Frank Pavone, National Director of Priests for Life, sent out a statement  urging Gov. Science has pro-lifers convinced beyond a doubt that children in the womb do feel pain at 20 weeks. Those who have no passionate views on abortion could reasonably come to the conclusion that babies in the womb halfway through pregnancy MIGHT feel pain. The reason pro-aborts oppose fetal anesthesia prior to abortion is because any measure that gets people thinking about the humanity of the child in the womb is bad for the bottom line for abortion profiteers.
Let’s take a look at what abortionists and former abortionists have said about late-term abortion.
After more than 20 years in the pro-life movement, I know there are pro-abortion people who could read Dr. Christianity Today surprised me, and many of its readers, I would guess, with an opinion piece carried below the ironic headline, “Contraception Saves Lives.”  Even more surprising, author Rachel Marie Stone lauds Planned Parenthood founder Margaret Sanger, making excuses for her eugenic beliefs and saying Planned Parenthood did not provide abortion in Sanger’s lifetime. First, let’s refute her assertion, now so familiar, that hormonal contraceptives are not abortifacients. In addition to a long list of nasty side effects – blood clots, breast cancer, ectopic pregnancy, depression, excessive weight gain, facial paralysis, hirsutism, cervical cancer, nipple bleeding, and a lack of return to fertility – Depo-Provera increases a woman’s risk of contracting HIV by 40 percent. The Pill is not much better for women, as I outlined in a chapter of my book, “Recall Abortion.” The Pill  poses numerous health risks, including blood clots, increased risks of cardiovas­cular disease,cervical and liver cancer,elevated blood pressure,decreased desire, sexual dysfunction and stroke.
After I finished giving a talk in Naples, Florida, a woman approached me to tell me a story about her friend’s daughter, who was prescribed Yaz for a serious acne condition by the campus physician. It comes as no surprise that some pro-abortion feminists are finding they can’t quite bring themselves to tell their children about their own abortions. Could it be she was worried her daughter wouldn’t see the intentional killing of her older sibling as either a political choice or a personal one but would instead discern the truth? In April, our new Healing the Shockwaves of Abortion initiative at Silent No More will focus on sibling survivors like Ms.
After discussing sperm banks and pregnancy, the topic turned to abortion, specifically hers. Her last statement, about normalizing the experience, is nothing but wishful thinking on her part.
Last week, a reporter from the Daily Signal asked me to comment on a story she was writing about the use of graphic abortion images, and if they help or hurt the pro-life cause. Some critics of the use of these images say we are traumatizing women who have had abortions, that these images act as triggers that make them relive the abortion and the powerful negative emotions that followed. I agree that it’s unsettling to see pictures of tiny arms and legs floating in a sea of blood.
Pro-aborts don’t want anyone to see what abortion really is, which is one of the reasons they react so strongly to graphic images.


I have been outside abortion clinics with people holding these signs showing the victims of abortion and I have experienced the power these images have in saving lives.
The baby I mentioned is just one of countless children who have been saved because of the use of the pictures of aborted babies. Abortion is not a social good, and in 2015, the Silent No More Awareness Campaign will demonstrate that through a new project called Healing the Shockwaves of Abortion. The Supreme Court decision to legalize abortion was like a series of powerful nuclear devices detonated in January 1973 in Washington, D.C. Every month throughout 2015, Shockwaves will reach out to a group that has been directly impacted by abortion loss, with helpful information, resources, and referrals to abortion-recovery programs. Janet Morana, Executive Director of Priests for Life and co-founder of Silent No More, was unaware for years that she had lost a grandchild to abortion. The theme for July will be “Healing the Survivors and Friends,” followed by “Healing the Abortion Providers” in August. This post was co-authored by Kevin Burke, LSW, co-founder of Rachel’s Vineyard, and Janet Morana. There are powerful post-abortion forces that lead some women to embrace their “choice” and become proponents of abortion rights.
Once the child is conceived and if it continues to naturally develop a host of complex, mysterious and very natural transformations begin…all very much designed to accept, protect and nurture this little life – regardless of the circumstances.
Even though there may be conscious assent to the procedure, abortion is undeniably a shock to a woman’s reproductive system and body.  On a physical and emotional level, Abortion is experienced as an unnatural and violent act…truly a form of abuse.
But as human persons we aren’t just bodies detached from thoughts and feelings… our emotions, our spirit and our minds are interwoven into our being. Now the mind is also a powerful part of the human person.  In order for us to keep functioning under great stress or danger, we can for a time shut down our feelings, detach from them and repress this dark material deep into the unconscious and with the release of adrenaline and endorphins keep going.
Now you can get on with your life- one day you can welcome a baby into this world when you are in a better place in your life…a time that is best for you and your family.
In his statement, the Pope said he sympathises with "women who have resorted to abortion," believing that they have no other option. The whole thing is pretty shifty if you ask me, in particular because this isn't actually anything new. It doesn't get much more condescending than telling women they can't hold a leadership position or wield any real power. The pope's latest announcement brings forth many of the things that are wrong with how the Catholic Church treats its members with a vagina. For years, Quinn volunteered as an escort at clinics that provided pregnancy termination services. Earlier this week, the religion scholar Anthea Butler pointed out in the Guardian that the idea that women need to be forgiven for abortion is "an antiquated ideal in the age of feminism, advances in medicine and personal autonomy." Once again, the Church is condescending to women by "forgiving them," rather than respecting their choices. Sign up to ELLE’s Inner Circle to receive our weekly newsletter and stay-in-the-know with breaking fashion, beauty, celebrity and pop culture news. She now shares that body with a person who cannot yet speak up and say I don’t feel like dying before I feel the sun on my skin. While he was there, arrangements were made for him to be on EWTN’s live show with Mother Angelica. So Father Frank and Mother were in the midst of a conversation on the show, when Mother interrupted him and asked about the pin. She told me about land she had just purchased in Hanceville, about an hour away from EWTN in Irondale. It was inspirational to see them at Mass and to hear their singing, and in and around the set, there was always a chance to catch a glimpse of her. I was at EWTN and one of our guests on “Defending Life” and I received permission to visit one of the sisters and while we were there, Mother Superior let us know that Mother Angelica would like to come out to greet us. From the foundation website: The Population and Reproductive Health program seeks to promote women’s reproductive health and rights and to stabilize population growth.
But perhaps she’s being more careful with her $590,000 annual salary these days, now that Planned Parenthood’s baby-parts-for-sale scheme has been exposed.
The conclusion: “Women experienced decreasing emotional intensity over time, and the overwhelming majority of women felt that termination was the right decision for them over three years. But there was no indication from the IPPF website that the life of Qin’s baby was even worth noting. But she subsequently was ordered to have an abortion by the end of the month because the province where she is teaching has different rules. But I suppose we shouldn’t be surprised: Women and babies are still dying right here at home. Last month, the Washington Post wrote a story focusing specifically on the Montana bill, which has now been passed by the state legislature and is heading to the pro-choice governor for action. Also worth mentioning, two of the five researchers didn’t bother to tell the journal’s editors that they were personally involved in abortions and abortion advocacy.
Once you have grasped something inside, squeeze on the clamp to set the jaws and pull hard–really hard. Stone’s article mentions the long-acting contraception called Depo-Provera, which is a-once-every-three-months injection. In 2006, Bayer Pharmaceuticals burst onto the market with Yaz and Yasmin, drugs that were touted as reliable birth control and miraculous cures for acne and pre-menstrual syndrome. As of 2014, Bayer had paid out $1.7 billion – BILLION – to settle 8,250 cases brought against it and there are still thousands of cases pending.
After taking Yaz for just three months, the girl collapsed one day in her dorm and was rushed to the hospital.
This story in Yahoo News is an important read and I hope you can all find the time to read it in its entirety. The fact that she’s so edgy, so out there, makes it very telling that even she couldn’t answer her 9-year-old daughter when she asked if she had ever been pregnant before. That this child, with the same 23 chromosomes and maybe the same eyes and smile, was killed simply because he or she was inconvenient? Snook mentions that she threw herself into mothering her chosen child “with zeal.” Could it be that, having shown her daughter her super-mom side, she can’t find the words to explain how one of her children could be so different from the next. Snook’s daughter asked the question in the first place is an indication she already had intuited that someone was missing from their family portrait.
Snook quotes another post-abortion pro-choice mother about her experience when she told her two kids, including a 10-year-old son, about their missing sibling. If that’s true, wouldn’t seeing babies in strollers or walking down a supermarket aisle stocked with baby products also be triggers? But another reason is that they know, like we do, that graphic images change minds and save lives. Though the images we are seeing almost daily of the atrocities committed by ISIS are brutal, they help us understand what this group is and the lengths they will go to achieve their goals.


The aim of Shockwaves is to reach out to those impacted by the loss of a child through abortion: Parents, grandparents, siblings, friends, abortion clinic workers and even the abortionists themselves. Mother’s Day in May and Father’s Day in June provide opportunities to focus on those at the epicenter, the parents who lose children to abortion. There is apparently a brief window, the upcoming "Year of Mercy," to obtain this forgiveness. The announcement is essentially a publicity stunt meant to generate good will in advance of his upcoming trip to the United States later this month. He added that he wanted women to use their "feminine genius," to contribute to the church in other ways. An appreciation of "feminine genius" feels like a timid pat on the head to Catholic women around the world. The vernacular that the Vatican uses to describe abortion is flawed, wrong, and downright abusive.
As I've written about before, when I attended a Catholic girls' high school, no one got pregnant. There's a movement within the Catholic Church that seeks to reconcile Catholic religious beliefs with a progressive view on choice, one that stresses that a woman deserves to have autonomy over her own body. I want him to be the Pope who brings the Church out of the dark ages when it comes to women.
Women are not impressed with super heroes or by knights in armor with a sword in their hands. Through the iron grate that separated the sisters from the rest of the world, she shook my hand and it was a truly mystical, spiritual moment. At least one of the authors has been a paid consultant to the Planned Parenthood Federation of America. Between the two ministries we have been in contact with, ministered to and marched beside more than 3,000 women who not only regret their abortions but do so publicly after going through post-abortion recovery programs.
Until abortion is unthinkable and illegal, I hope every state passes a fetal anesthesia bill. At the end are located jaws about 2 ? inches long and about ? of an inch wide with rows of sharp ridges or teeth. But just imagine the reaction we might get if we talked about preborn puppies being torn limb from limb, watching their paws and snouts and tails being yanked out by the vicious-looking Sopher clamp. One of the ways the birth control pill works is by preventing implantation of the embryo in the uterus.
Women are suffering from gall bladder disease, pulmonary embolism, deep vein thrombosis and other diseases. I’m unabashedly pro-choice and I’ve talked with my child in an age-appropriate manner about sex, pregnancy, birth control, and the fact that women have the right to decide if and when they become mommies.
How on earth do you say, “I aborted  your sibling, but oh darling, I really wanted to have you!  That is a terrifying thing for a child to hear. If they don’t deal with their feelings, they can grow up into narcissistic adults, modeling the behavior that led their mother or father, or both, to see their older sibling as inconvenient and disposable. There is no practical way for a woman who has had an abortion to stay away from all the many things that will remind her of that irrevocable decision. This is what happens in an abortion, and abortion happens thousands of times a day in this country. Before becoming president of Planned Parenthood eight years ago, I hadn’t really talked about it beyond family and close friends. Then Mother picked up the phone and said to whoever was on the line, “We’re going to have a show with Father Frank.
That’s abortion to those of us who know that life begins at conception, which, by the way, is a scientific fact.
Yet when it came to revealing my own abortion — a necessary conversation so that my daughter views it as a personal choice, not a political one — I panicked.
What might happen, they wonder, if they fail to measure up to Mommy Dearest’s expectations? Maybe I was projecting but I saw a look pass on his face that went ‘whoa.’ The statement made an impact. I was then able to bring them to a pro-life doctor in that town and he was able to help them make a life-saving choice.
Likewise, though the images of aborted babies are disturbing and hard to look at, they help people understand what the “right to choose” really means and how important it is to stop it. But I’m here to say, when politicians argue and shout about abortion, they’re talking about me—and millions of other women around the country. Not just any man mind you, but a man who has no intention of getting married, who doesn't spend a lot of time around women, doesn't necessarily like women, who doesn't want kids of his own and doesn't have sex. He gives great Twitter, he is way more personable than the last guy, and his stance on homosexuality—as far as the Catholic Church goes—is pretty enlightened.
In secret, of course, they were getting abortions—but it wasn't until I was much older that I realised this. I just want him to acknowledge a woman's autonomy over her own body, her privilege to make choices that are right for her and for her family.
Philip Ney once told me a story about a woman who brought her daughter to him to get to the cause of her bed wetting.
The official launch for Shockwaves will be at the annual Silent No More gathering in front of the U.S. And he's been a vocal advocate of assistance to the poor at a time when financial disparity is more severe than ever before. I want him to lift the shroud of shame and give Catholic women the same respect the church gives to Catholic men. Reach in again and again with that clamp and tear out the spine, intestines, heart and lungs. Every woman wants a man who can support her unconditionally and stay connected to her soulfully. Ney also talks of how abortion can afflict families for generations: The grandmother has had an abortion, the mother has had an abortion, the daughter has or will have an abortion.
When the doctor asked the girl to draw a picture of her family, she drew a family with three children.



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