The Washington Times surprisingly covered the recent work of And Then There Were None (ATTWN) and The Centurions this week — two ministries focused on bringing abortion clinic workers out of the industry and helping them find healing, mercy, and the peace of God.
Abby Johnson of ATTWN has already teamed up with Fr. Frank Pavone and Fr. Terry Gensemer of The Centurions twice this year to hold healing retreats for workers who have come out of abortion clinics looking for redemption and a new start.
As Fr. Pavone points out in the article, there is a stream of workers leaving the abortion business like the pro-life movement has never witnessed before. Fr. Gensemer attributes this largely to the horrific facts and multiple convictions of clinic workers surrounding the recent Gosnell trial. Fr. Gensemer told the Washington Times, “There are people like Gosnell who are still out there operating.”
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