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Vida Humana Internacional head among winners of pro-life award

Catholic World News - August 10, 2011

The head of the Hispanic division of Human Life International is among three recipients of the People of Life Award, an honor bestowed by the US Conference of Catholic Bishops’ Secretariat of Pro-Life Activities.

Joining Vida Humana Internacional’s Magaly Llaguno as recipients of the award were Joanne Angelo, a Tufts University psychiatry professor known for her work in post-abortion healing, and Mimi Eckstein, who has been active for decades in pro-life work in the Archdiocese of Denver.

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