Roe v. Wade: 45 years later:

On January 22, 2018, we commemorate the 45th anniversary of the Supreme Court’s decision to legalize abortion in the United States. In these 45 years, there have been over 60 million abortions – surgical abortions – in this country! That does not include abortions caused by the “birth control pill,” “Plan B,” the “Morning After […]

Bishop Choby: A Dear Friend of Rachel’s Vineyard

Rachel’s Vineyard mourns the loss of a dear friend, Bishop David Choby of the Diocese of Nashville.  Some years ago, while hearing confessions in his cathedral, Bishop Choby saw the tremendous grief, trauma and guilt than many people suffer with following an abortion.  As a result of this experience, Bishop Choby came and made a […]

By His Wounds, We are Healed

Every human being is wounded.  Some of us are wounded by sins committed against us — injustices, abuse, violations of our human rights and/or our dignity as children of God.  Some of our wounds are self-inflicted — wounds that stem from our own pride, anger, lust, envy, etc.  There may be times when we feel […]

January Retreat

Rachel’s Vineyard of Bowling Green (Western Kentucky) will be holding a Retreat for Healing the Wounds of Abortion on the weekend of January 13-15, 2017.  This powerful retreat will be held at the Passionist Monastery Retreat House in Whitesville, Kentucky.  If you are interested in joining us for this retreat, please contact us using the […]

September retreat for Healing the Wounds of Abortion

Listen to a brief conversation about healing the wounds of abortion: Rachel’s Vineyard of Western Kentucky will be holding a weekend retreat for the Healing of the Wounds of Abortion on the weekend of September 16-18, 2016.  If you, or someone you love, has had an abortion, this retreat can be a powerful means for […]

Recommended Book on Post-Abortion Healing

Fr. Ben Cameron has published a blog-post on the Fathers of Mercy website about a new book related to post-abortion healing.  We recommend this book by Shawna Arnold:  From Darkness into Light by Shawna Arnold    

What Can I Do After Rachel’s Vineyard to Continue Healing?

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 […]