Stojan Adsevic was an abortionist in communist-ruled Serbia who, by his own estimate, had killed about 48,000 unborn babies in the 26 years that he had been practicing his “profession,” the National Catholic Register reported.

That all changed when he experienced a series of frightening dreams.

Speaking to the Spanish daily newspaper La Razon, Adsevic said the dreams were actually just one scene that just repeated itself in his consciousness every night.

He said the dream starts with him seeing “a beautiful field full of children and young people who were playing and laughing, from four to 24 years of age.”

But then the children would run away from him in fear. A man dressed in a black and white habit would then stare at him in silence.

One night, Adsevic asked the man in black and white who he is.

“My name is Thomas Aquinas,” the man responded. Having been educated in communist schools, Adsevic didn’t know anything about the famous Christian theologian and Catholic saint.

He asked his nightly visitor, “Who are these children?”

“They are the ones you killed with your abortions,” Aquinas bluntly answered.

The realisation that he was being haunted by the children he killed stunned Adsevic to his senses. Right at that moment, he decided never to participate in any more abortions in the hospital where he worked.

However, the next day one of his cousins came to the hospital with his pregnant girlfriend. They wanted an abortion, and he reluctantly agreed.

In the documentary “The First Hour,” Adsevic described what happened:

“I grabbed something…

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