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Prof. Nora O'Callaghan

Wrong Prof. Nora O'Callaghan?

Employment History


  • University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
  • Juris Doctor with honors
    Georgetown University Law Center
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       To explore this possibility, I've ..., 1 Dec 2010 [cached]
       To explore this possibility, I've invited Nora O'Callaghan into the Rhubarb Patch. O'Callaghan is director of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Chicago's Respect Life Office, and the Rhubarb Patch is this column's series of conversations with advocates that begin in the newspaper and continue in greater depth on the Internet.
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I am going to take the liberty of breaking format here to insert your response, Nora, to a question I raised to you in an e-mail aside (Rhubarb Extra!) of whether you think reasonable people can differ on abortion:
          But on another level, what it must also mean is "there really is no truth about human life, it's all just a matter of opinion so there's no use in arguing about it."  If that is what it means then the statement "reasonable people can disagree about abortion" really means "Nora, you and everyone who thinks like you is wrong."  And, probably it means "Mr.
To Nora O'Callaghan:
Taking your last point first: One can cite various statistics regarding risk--the breast-cancer / abortion link is controversial as those who wish to explore the matter on the web can easily learn--and I'd certainly encourage anyone seeking an abortion to consider the statistics and the sources before she goes go ahead.
Truth is, Nora, that if having an abortion eliminated a woman's risk of breast cancer and tripled her chances of one-year survival you'd be no more in favor of abortion.
The last word in this rhubarb is yours, Nora.
If Nora ever chooses to add to this discussion, I will gladly post it.)
As Nora correctly pointed out earlier, no one has a fetus shower. A baby shower is cause to celebrate the pending arrival of the same child who if not wanted by its mother could have her life ended in a violent pain filled manner.
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 Abortion (between me and Nora O'Callaghan director of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Chicago's Respect Life Office)
-- Nora O'Callaghan, ..., 1 May 2006 [cached]
-- Nora O'Callaghan, Director, Respect Life Office, Archdiocese of Chicago
December 2002 Action News—Ann Arbor, 1 Dec 2002 [cached]
The workshop was moderated by Nora O'Callaghan, former director of the Respect Life Office of the Archdiocese of Chicago. Nora now teaches at Ave Maria Law School.
The Mahoning County Bar Association, 9 Jan 2003 [cached]
Seventh Annual Red Mass to be held at St. Columba Cathedral - Mass at noon with a Luncheon and Program to follow at St. Columba Hall - Cost is $15.00 - Featured speaker will be Nora O'Callaghan, Assistant Professor of Law, Ave Maria Law School - Please made every effort to attend.
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