Pope Francis: “I carry this concern in my heart.”
Elizabeth Bunster of Chile, international coordinator of Proyecto Esperanza (Project Hope), a Latin American post-abortion healing program approved by CELAM, the Latin American Bishops’ Council, spoke with Pope Francis on January 28, 2015 about the importance of post-abortion pastoral efforts. Giving him a book describing their project and a photo of the post-abortion sculpture, the Holy Father commented, “This is very grave. I carry this concern in my heart. Keep going! Keep working!”
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Young Slovakian Sculptor Captures Post-Abortion Pain, Mercy and Forgiveness
Sculpture by Martin Hudáček; born in 1984; home: Banská Bystrica, SLOVAKIA. Permission to reproduce photos of sculpture granted by sculptor to Family Life Council, Inc.
According to the sculptor, “Memorial for Unborn Children” is an expression of the mother suffering from post-abortion trauma, and also shows the aborted child who comes to the mother to offer forgiveness. It also expresses hope which is given to believers by the One who died on the cross for us, and showed how much He cares about all of us.
For information on the issue of post-abortion trauma, and referral to programs that offer help:
Project Rachel – www.hopeafterabortion.org
Rachel’s Vineyard - www.rachelsvineyard.org
To download a mini-poster with this image, click HERE