The Memorial of Unborn Children©2010 by Martin Hudacek



"The thing the Church needs most today is the ability to heal wounds and to warm the hearts of the faithful; it needs nearness, proximity.  I see the Church as a field hospital after battle.


It is useless to ask a seriously injured person if he has high cholesterol about the level of his blood sugars! You have to heal his wounds.  Then we can talk about everything else.  Heal the wounds.  Heal the wounds."

                                (Pope Francis, 19 Sep 2013)

Rachel's Vineyard is a safe place to renew and rebuild your life after experiencing the trauma of abortion.  The healing weekends offer you a supportive, confidential and non-judgemental environment where women and men can deal with painful post-abortive emotions.

Rachel's Vineyard can help you to experience God's love and compassion on a profound level.  It creates a place where men and women can share, often for the first time, their deepest feelings about abortion.

Rachel's Vineyard is a place of reconciliation.  Participant's, who have often experienced deep anger towards themselves or others, experience forgiveness.  Peace is found.  Lives are restored.  A sense of hope and meaning for the future is discovered.
What is Rachel's Vineyard?
A Rachel's Vineyard weekend is a chance to get away from all the daily pressures of work and family - find out more..... [click here]

Questions Answered

If you are thinking about coming on a healing weekend you are likely to have lots of anxieties and probably as many questions.  Here are some of the more common ones that you might have..... [click here]

What is Rachel's Vineyard?
Rachel's Vineyard weekends, for healing after abortion. are offered throughout the year in in the UK......
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Testimonies
"It was the best weekend of my life. For the first time in 20 years I was able to share my grief, my guilt, my anger. I was able to mourn the loss of my baby. ...."

"I had given up on myself, and thought that I had nothing else to offer anyone in life. I had tried all types of counseling and therapy and nothing worked for me...."