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.)
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.
- Abortion Changes You is a refuge for those who wish to tell their story and begin the process of healing. Please use this link for more information.