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Tuesday, January 24, 2006

The Catholic Herald of the Archdiocese of Milwaukee has a front-page article about Delia McCoy, speaking out about post-abortion regrets.

For the last three years, McCoy, a hospital housekeeper, has been telling her story in the hopes her experiences will steer other women away from abortion. Most recently she spoke at the Rally For Life at Sheboygan High School on Jan. 14, and today was scheduled to speak in Madison as part of the Silent No More Awareness Campaign, where women who have had abortions share pain they’ve experienced in its aftermath.

“I wish somebody would have been there for me to tell me how much I would regret it,” said McCoy, adding she calls her speaking out “saving souls.”
HT: The Criterion Online.

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