Wednesday, February 17, 2016

Former Abortion Clinic Worker to Speak at Immaculata University

Immaculata University's pro-life organization, Macs Respect Life Group,  invites everyone to come and hear Jewels Green speak on her experiences with and in the abortion industry on Monday, February 22nd at 7:00 pm in Loyola Hall - Room 127.  The topic of this discussion by Jewels is 'The Blessings of Mercy'.  

Jewels Green's website states that she is a former abortion clinic worker turned ardent human rights advocate who supports the right-to-life from conception to natural death.

As a public speaker, Jewels’ testimony recalls her own coerced first-trimester abortion at age 17, which led to depression, suicide attempts and a psychiatric hospital stay. She also reveals her decision to work in the abortion industry, as a misguided way to mask her own personal heartbreak and anguish.  (For more information on Jewels' testimony, follow this link to her website.)

In an article that Jewels recently wrote for FaithZette, 'A Profound Journey Back to God', she chronicles her life from early childhood through her teenage years (her rebellious years according to her), her abortion and subsequent occupation in the abortion industry and finally, back to her religious roots and to God.  

Immaculata University is located at 1145 King Road, Immaculata, PA. 19345 in Malvern, PA.  (see map here)

This event is free to the public. For more information, please contact Sister Sheila, Moderator,  Macs Respect Life Group via e-mail at

Note: For those who have been hurt by abortion, we recommend you visit one of the sites listed below for information on how you can heal from your experiences.
  • Project Rachel, an integrated network of services, including pastoral counseling, support groups, retreats and referrals to licensed mental health professionals, can be found using this link

  • Ramah International, an abortion recovery program, offers hope for those who are experiencing symptoms of abortion PTSD can be found using this link.

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