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Tuesday, May 20, 2003

Jesuit to raise funds for Project Rachel

Fr. Zimmer will ride his bike from Seattle to D.C. this summer to draw attention to and raise funds for post-abortion training programs.

"'In my course work and in hearing a lot of confessions, I've become very much aware of post-abortion issues,' said Father Zimmer, who also does pastoral work at Holy Spirit Parish in Annandale, Va."

The article I linked to above, from Catholic News Service, says that 110 Catholic dioceses now sponsor a Project Rachel outreach. Project Rachel was founded in 1984. I do wonder why the remaining 70-some dioceses haven't organized a Project Rachel outreach yet.

Link courtesy of Amy Welborn--note that blogger's permalinks are not working again this week.

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