Week of Rehabilitation
for Ex-Abortionists & Clinic Workers
August 7 – 15, 2015
Since 1996, under the leadership of Dr. Philip Ney, a family and child psychiatrist from Canada, the Society of Centurions has existed to provide a path to healing and a mutually encouraging fellowship of those who have used their professional skills to kill children by abortion, but now have ceased to do so.
Like the Centurion who, upon taking part in the death of Jesus, repented and declared, “Surely, this was an innocent man,” so the Centurions of today, having partaken in the deaths of unborn children, have repented and declared, “Surely, these were innocent lives.”
But what happens next?
These individuals have been profoundly wounded, and need deep healing. They need a helping hand to walk the difficult path of re-humanizing the children they killed by re-humanizing themselves. The Society of Centurions provides this path to healing through a powerful rehabilitation program that gathers and guides such former abortion providers.
Fr. Frank Pavone of Priests for Life and Fr. Terry Gensemer are playing a key role in announcing and fostering this healing. They invite those who are in the abortion industry to come out. They invite those who have come out of the abortion industry to contact Centurions and to discuss their options for healing and wholeness.
Those who know anyone who may benefit from the Centurions are also invited to likewise contact them.
This summer, those who have worked in the abortion industry have a unique opportunity to find deeper healing. Dr. Philip Ney himself will conduct a Centurions Rehabilitation week at his Mount Joy facility outside of Victoria, Canada, from August 7 – 15, 2015. Fr. Pavone will be joining Dr. Ney for this important week of healing, as will Janet Morana and Fr. Terry Gensemer.
Please fill out the form on this page for more information. Also see more information on this flyer. Groups that can promote this invitation can also use this special handout.
And, please pray for all these men and women, that the peace of Christ may be theirs.