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Jon and Della's 2020 March for Life Testimony
Jon and Della
Michigan, United States

Jon: I was 17 years old when we made this decision.  I felt there was no possible way that I could raise a child.  I remember sitting in the abortion clinic, thinking to myself, “This isn't right.”  I never said anything to Della.  I just sat there saying nothing, feeling shame.  I hoped I was doing the right thing, not knowing the horrible regret from this decision.  

We went on with our lives and got married, but never talked about it.  I tried to forget about it, thinking it would eventually go away.  I was wrong.  I blamed myself for not standing up for my baby.  Inside, I felt shame, and I blamed myself for being a coward.  But we never talked about it.  

Later in life I was baptized in the Catholic Church.  When I was baptized, the abortion, the loss of our beautiful child who I miss so much, was the one thing that I was ashamed of.  But I am so thankful to God for forgiving me for this terrible sin.
  
If our story can save someone else from having an abortion, that would be so great.  Because, to this day, I still wonder what kind of person our child would have been.

Della: It has been 39 years since my husband Jon and I made the terrible choice to abort our baby.  

We met in high school and, like lot of teenagers, we didn’t think of the consequences of having sex. After discovering I was pregnant, we chose abortion.  We never thought twice about our decision, not knowing we would be wounded for the rest of our lives.  
  
I have blocked out most of what happened at the abortion clinic.  I remember other women in agony, crying and despairing.   Just like our babies, my life and the lives of all those other women were sucked out of us during our abortions.  

When I walked out of the clinic that day, I was not the same person.  I hated myself and did not care about others.  How can you care about anyone or yourself when you just took the life of a helpless baby?  I totally separated myself from GOD. 

Jon and I ended up getting married after the abortion, but we didn’t talk it about for years.  It was something that was too hard to bring up, and we never knew how to share our feelings of regret with each other.  Angry and unable to forgive ourselves, we caused our children to suffer.  

After attending the March for Life fifteen years ago I finally experienced the true forgiveness from my abortion.  I went to confession, and the priest told me I had to let go of this sin, if I truly believed the Lord died for me.   Instantly, I felt the Holy Spirit touch my heart.  When I came out of the confessional I had such a different feeling, one I hadn’t experienced in 22 years.   I have also attended a Rachel’s Vineyard retreat, and Jon and I are now lead facilitators.

When I felt GOD calling us to go out and give the testimony of our abortion, we realized that our daughter, Angela, was born on January 22nd, the anniversary of Roe vs. Wade.  Angela was the 1st baby we had after the abortion, and we feel the birth of our daughter is a triumph over that Supreme Court decision, which has led to the loss of so many precious lives, like her sister, who we have named Mary Elizabeth.

We as a nation have to stand up for these precious, innocent babies and the women and men that suffer.  

Jon and Della: That is why we are Silent No More.

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