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Monday, March 15, 2004

Catholics for a Free Choice has named three new people to its board of directors: Kate Michelman formerly of NARAL, Cheryl Francisconi and Dr. Albert Thomas, director of obstetrical services at Mount Sinai Medical Center in New York City.

On March 31, I will be speaking to the medical students at Mount Sinai. This came about as a result of a talk I gave last year at Columbia University. I have been told women "that have had a positive abortion experiece" will be attending. I have no idea if Dr. Thomas will attend as well, but I look forward to relaying the message that millions of women and men are suffering from a past abortion, that their voices deserve to be heard, and as doctors, it is important for them to recognize this so that they can best care for their patients.

It should be an interesting evening. Please keep me in prayer.

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