TORONTO, October 31, 2002 ( – The Canadian Catholic Organization for Development and Peace (CCODP) has announced new appointments of which one has raised eyebrows in the pro-life community.

Richard Renshaw, C.S.C., the former Assistant Secretary General of the Ottawa-based Canadian Religious Conference, has been appointed Deputy Executive-Director of CCODP.  Renshaw was the chief apologist at the Canadian Religious Conference regarding their support for the pro-abortion, pro-homosexual March of Women.

Other appointments announced by CCODP included: Sylvie Thériault, as Director of the Education Department’s French Sector; Mary Durran, as Researcher; Jacques Bouchard, as special advisor on fund-raising responsible for donations from associations and groups; and Myriam Chautard, who will be responsible for the monthly giving program.  See CCODP’s release on the appointments:   See Reshaw listed as spokesman for CRC defending March of Women support:


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