Seminarian: abortion was “the most loving thing I could do”

Seminarian Kelli Clement, one of the co-chairs of Seminarians for Choice, part of the Religious Coalition for Reproductive Choice, a pro-abortion group.

“Choice is what makes us human, The choice to regulate our own family is a way to love. I have never regretted my choice to terminate that pregnancy…. It was the most loving thing I could do.”

Jeff Fecke “Seminarian Pro-Choice Because of Her Faith” Rh Reality Check March 17, 2008

Here is what the “loving” choice to “terminate a pregnancy” actually looks like:


At 10 weeks after conception, this baby was torn apart by an abortion. this is the kind of “love” shown to a baby who is “terminated.”

This is in the first trimester, well within the time when most abortions are done.

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Sarah Terzo is a freelance writer and journalist who works for Live Action. She is a member of the board of The Pro-life Alliance of Gays and Lesbians and Consistent Life.
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