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CWN influence over the NBCW

From Mrs Cathy Donovan

Sir, Gregory Clovis should not perhaps be surprised that an article in the National Board of Catholic Women's newspaper, Catholic Woman, (soon to be re-launched as Catholic Omnibus) appeared to muddy the waters on what constitutes a pro-life issue, when it has been revealed in some articles recently published in a Catholic journal that the NBCW newspaper is currently being edited by listed members and known supporters of the controversial Catholic Women's Network, a group that regularly promotes the work of Frances Kissling's pro-abortion movement Catholics for a Free Choice.

It is even more worrying to learn that Dr Mary McHugh, who was recently made President of the NBCW, has hosted a CWN Annual Gathering at her home — a fact revealed in the Autumn 2001 issue of CWN's journal Network.

Some see a direct correlation between such things and the apparent desire to shift the emphasis of pro-life action away from abortion and onto other, less controversial, social issues.

Yours faithfully, CATHY DONOVAN, Leeds




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