From our Nov. 23 issue, a must-read interview on the bishops' pro-life strategy for the next few years. OSV contributing editor Valerie Schmalz leads off with:
"Many Catholics were discouraged by the November election because President-elect Barack Obama and an apparent majority of the U.S. House and Senate favor unrestricted access to abortion. But Richard Doerflinger, the point man for the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops on the life issues, says one advantage of his 28 years working on Capitol Hill is a sense of history -- and Catholics need to re-energize for the new era."
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