The wheel in the pro-abortion movement continues to turn as the old guard leadership retires and paves the way for a new set of faces leading the debate to keep abortion legal.
In the next couple of weeks, Frances Kissling is stepping down as president of Catholics [sic] for a Free Choice.
CFFC is considered heretical by any Catholic who backs the Church’s position against abortion and has been a thorn in the side of those trying to uphold pro-life laws of countries across the world.
Kissling started her abortion advocacy before the Supreme Court handed down Roe v. Wade and she directed one of the nation’s first abortion businesses in New York City in 1970.
She later went on to found and head the National Abortion Federation, a trade group for abortion centers.
Kissling became the most well known for her time as the director of the “anti-Catholic” group and spearheaded a fight to get the Vatican kicked out of the United Nations.
Lately, Kissling has been trying to reform the pro-abortion movement by getting it to focus on building common ground with pro-life organizations.
That means trying to get pro-life advocates to buy into promoting birth control and the morning after pill.
[22Feb07, LifeNews.com #3968, DC]