Witness of Blood

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thank you, Father Jeff!

I recall also Brother Hubert from the CPPS mission in Brazil being killed about 10 years ago.

Sr. Dorothy Stang, a Notre Dame sister, is the aunt of Fr. Bill Stang, a Missionary of th Precious Blood who teaches at St. Joseph's College and is currently deployed as a chaplain with the NATO forces in Bosnia.

Dear Father Keyes,

I'm sorry to go so far off-topic, but I am writing to invite you and your site readers to become part of an organized effort among over 100 bloggers to help bring a just resolution to the plight of Terri Schiavo. Terri Schiavo is a disabled woman who has been denied appropriate medical treatment and whose life has been threatened for the past fifteen years. Right now there is a massive effort in the Blogosphere to first save her life and then restore her rights to appropriate medical treatment. You can help in this effort. Here's how:

1. Educate yourself on her situation. A good comprehensive website tostart with is her family's official website at www.terrisfight.org. You can find the latest breaking news on her case at www.blogsforterri.com. In addition, there are many other linked websites and blogs you can visit, and you can find your own sources with the help of your favorite search engine.

2. Get the word out. Email your family and friends, your local radio stations, newspapers, and anyone else you can think of.

3. Join the effort at http://www.blogsforterri.com/archives/2005/02/where_do_i_begi.php.
Since you have a blog, consider joining the blogburst and post about Terri on a daily basis. Contact the key people in Florida provided here at http://www.blogsforterri.com/archives/2005/02/people_to_conta_1.php.
You also have an opportunity to participate in a pledge drive to raise funds to place a full page ad in the St. Petersburg Times, Terri Schiavo's local paper. Go to http://www.blogsforterri.com/archives/2005/02/blogsforterri_a_1.php for more information. No doubt, there are other ways to get involved in the works. Check back at www.blogsforterri.org often for updates.

I know we can't all do everything, but if we all do what we can, we can make a difference. Please join our efforts to help save Terri Schiavo's life and provide her with the medical treatment she has been so long denied. Thank you for your consideration.

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