After an abortion at a young age, Catherine Adair worked for Planned Parenthood, the nation's largest abortion provider. But what she saw behind the abortion clinic's doors made her quit the industry and later become a pro-life advocate. But it didn’t happen immediately—first she came back to church. First she needed forgiveness.
“People who say they re pro-choice never have to face their victims.
There is so much love in the pro-life movement. There’s not much on the other side—it’s all about me, me, me.”
On September 22, 2012, the Pro-Life Action League gathered eight former abortion workers in Chicago, Illinois, to share the stories of how they left the abortion industry and became advocates for life.