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Dear readers,
 
  Once again LifeSiteNews.com is presenting the fullest agenda of activities for the Washington March for Life, as well as a promo article on the March with an exclusive interview with Nellie Gray the coordinator of the massive pro-life event.
 
  Massive media attention has been given to the Pope’s Christmas greeting which called for protection of mankind from unhealthy sexuality.  Most media have distorted the Pope’s message and wrongly interpreted it to be an attack on homosexual relations. There has been a considerable amount of hatred expressed towards the Pope by gay activists. Be sure to read our analysis of the situation.
 
  And a big thank you to all those who expressed concerns to Notre Dame University, you’ll see their response in today’s news.
 
  Please note that LifeSiteNews.com will publish tomorrow, December 24, but it will mostly be a special issue of Christmas reflections from our writers and editors rather than the usual fare.  Such items in the past have been well received. We are happy to provide such again this year.
 
  And one last mention of our Christmas donation drive is in order.  If you’ve not already done so please send a gift here: https://www.lifesitenews.com/donate/index.html (instructions for online or mail in donations)
 
  John-Henry Westen
  Editor-in-Chief

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