William F. Colliton, Jr., M.D., FACOG
| November 2, 1999
...it has become glaringly apparent that now is the time for us, as an organization, to sail into the dangerous and uncharted waters that we have, perhaps intentionally, avoided. These are the “waters” of prolife principles as they relate to fertility control.
In 1998 I spoke at a Green Bay Packers pre-game chapel. The players and coaches there were just like the rest of us, except more famous and wealthy (and somewhat larger). This is the message I shared with them.
To be prolife is to recognize the inherent dignity and value of every individual human life.
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