The photo shows a mother and father, both of whom regretted aborting their child.
Many mothers and fathers gave public witness of their regrets for aborting their children. They testified in front of the United States Supreme Court building in Washington, DC, at the end of the March for Life.
This year’s March for Life marked the 40th anniversary of the Supreme Court’s raw exercise of power in their unjust decision legalizing abortion on demand in the United States throughout a mother’s pregnancy.
Almost a half million people, most of them young adults, marched in reparation for legalized abortion. Many of these young adults carried signs that said, “I survived Roe v. Wade, but Roe v. Wade will not survive me.”
They meant that they are survivors from legalized abortion, unlike 55 million other human beings of their generation, and that they will be the generation to bring legalized abortion to an end.
Hopefully, these young adults will be the new Joshuas who will lead us out of our 40 years in the desert of the Culture of Death into the Promised Land of a Culture of Life and Civilization of Love.
Read here the story of a father who pushed his girlfriend to abort their child, later regretted it, asked her forgiveness, married her and raised a happy family with her.