Silent No More Awareness Campaign co-founder Janet Morana describes healing provided to those devastated by abortion
Pro-life ministry leader Janet Morana will speak on August 18, 7:00 PM, at International (Baptist) Church. The church is located along the Pali Hwy. at 20 Dowsett Ave., Honolulu; free parking on site. Morana will discuss her work with the Silent No More Awareness Campaign, a post-abortion recovery ministry. Admission is free and open to the public; childcare not provided. The event is being sponsored by Hawaii Right to Life.
Morana is co-founder of the Silent No More Awareness Campaign, a national effort that informs the public about the devastation that abortion causes and helps those facing an unplanned pregnancy to understand the long-term consequences they are likely to face. Through her work with those in abortion recovery and her own abortion experience, Morana understands the need to let the public hear from those who regret their abortions and know firsthand its harmful effects. A major goal of the Campaign is to break the silence surrounding the emotional, physical, and spiritual pain caused by abortion to put individuals on the path to healing.
Women and men across the U.S. and abroad are recovering from the damaging effects of abortion through the ministry of the Silent No More Awareness Campaign. Many who have been helped by the ministry are reaching out, sharing their personal experiences, so that others may also begin the post-abortion healing process. The Campaign is a non-denominational Christian effort that has no political or legal agenda.
National Catholic pro-life champion and spokeswoman Janet A. Morana will be on Oahu this month for a string of speaking engagements.For the rest of the article as well as for the speaking engagement calendar, be sure to visit The Hawaii Catholic Herald
Morana is the associate director of Priests for Life and assistant to the national director, Father Frank Pavone. She is also co-founder of the Silent No More awareness campaign, a national effort to help women who have had abortions share their testimonies.