With all due respect Ink, I think one can feel sorry for what they have done but not necessarily regret what they did. For example, I am sorry that I had a child outside of wedlock but I do not regret having him. As a Catholic, that alone is the biggest reason why I've not been to confession since prior to having my son.<quoted text>
I'm going out on a limb here but I would say that you are not Catholic and have no knowledge of it's doctrines. On that assumption I will try to explain. Any and I mean any real Catholic would know that God forgives any person who genuinely regrets and repents for their sins. Any Catholic knows that Abortion is a severe mortal sin. Any Catholic knows that confession without honest remorse is worthless. Any Catholic knows that if you say you don't regret the mortal sin of abortion you can not be forgiven and in God's grace again. She explicitly said she does not regret the abortion so what is she seeking forgiveness for?
A Catholic would see that it doesn't make any sense. I don't care but she shouldn't mischaracterized the sacraments of the Church.
With that said, being that none of us are God, who are we to say that the Good Lord has not forgiven her? If she has confessed, done penance and feels at peace at her decision, perhaps that's Gods way of showing His mercy and compassion towards her and perhaps He did indeed forgive her. No one knows Gods will nor His judgement of others. That's between God and that person.