On The Passing of Nellie Gray

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Though Nellie’s efforts towards pro-life unity were never fully realized, I sincerely hope that in 2013 there is some effort by pro-life leaders to focus on what is achievable and right — not on what is expedient or perfect — in the struggle to defend the culture of life.

This January will prove to be a very special March for Life.  Hopefully we can all take a moment to renew our own courage and do in our own ways what we can to end the culture of violence.

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