After making a Rachel’s Vineyard retreat for the healing of the wounds of abortion, many people might ask: “What do I do now? How do I continue healing?” Some people find that some follow-up counseling can be very helpful; others find that going deeper in their relationship with Our Lord Jesus Christ through personal prayer and sacraments is the most helpful thing. But some of us want to become part of the SOLUTION TO ABORTION, we want to actively help others and fight against the evil of the Culture of Death that had once wounded us.
With all the pro-life activism out there, why is it that we often see people get “burned out” and quit being actively in the fight for life? Fr. Ben Cameron explains why, and introduces our sister ministry, the “Confraternity of Our Lady of Mercy” which is a spiritual follow-up for those who have gone through post-abortion healing, and is designed to help us to be consistent in our following of Christ Jesus and thus stronger and more effective in our efforts to fight against the Culture of Death:
If you would like more information on the Confraternity of Our Lady of Mercy, or wish to join the Confraternity, please visit their website: http://confraternityofourladyofmercy.org/