NKRTL’s 44th Annual Celebration For Life
Sunday, September 10, 2017
The Gardens of Park Hills
(I-75, Exit 189; turn west onto Kyles Lane to Dixie Hwy. [US 25]; turn north onto Dixie Hwy. for 0.4 mile [on left, next to Covington Catholic High School])
GUEST SPEAKER: MEG PEREZ
Regional Coordinator for Silent No More Awareness Campaign
(www.silentnomoreawareness.org), an organization with an important mission –
to educate the Church and the community about the wounds of abortion.
Meg Perez is a survivor of a chaotic childhood, sexual abuse and rape, an eating disorder, two unplanned pregnancies, and more. Hear about the natural and supernatural at work in Meg’s story of how Jesus Christ Himself showed up and rescued her from the pit of sin and sure death. Meg will share how her acceptance of her suffering and obedience to the King is allowing Him to make her pain, her platform. And through that platform, He is setting the captives free.
Meg has served our country as a U.S. Marine and has worked in television news as a reporter, producer, and executive producer all over the U.S. She now is a licensed real estate agent in Cincinnati, where she resides with her husband, Steve, and her son, Keegan.
“Common in the post-abortion patient are grief and heartache over the procedure and feelings of loss and victimization. Even more important, however, is her inability to process the trauma and its accompanying feelings because of denying and repressing her thoughts and feelings about the event. Because the consequences of abortion can be so threatening, we don’t want to exacerbate the problem by doubting or negating the many women who have undergone excruciating pain because of their ‘choice.'” Theresa Karminski Burke, Ph.D., a psychologist