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Monday, February 27, 2006

Eric Scheske's column "Signs of Life in the Blogosphere" in the February 26-March 4 National Catholic Register features our blog. Thanks, Eric!

It's a great write-up, and we appreciate the recognition.

An excerpt:

I recommend After Abortion. It's run by Emily Peterson and Annie Banno, two women who had abortions in the 1970s. Today they're doing what they can to make amends and prevent other women from making the same mistake they made.

After Abortion tries to avoid the political tug-of-war that tends to come with this turf. They concentrate instead on discussing the troubling personal effects of abortion on the mothers.
Scheske also devotes a couple of paragraphs to Annie's encounter with Ellen Goodman.

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