Actually, an administrator of ProLifeBlogs.com's Twitter account asked me if I'd seen their website. I hadn't, and a few minutes ago I had an opportunity to check it out.
From Pro-Life Blog's 'about' page:
"ProLifeBlogs.com is an independent news site created to capitalize on weblog technology as an uncompromising defender of the sanctity of human life.I'd have put Pro-Life Blogs in this blog's blogroll/link list: but they're not specifically Catholic. And this blog is focused on my experiences as a Catholic convert in America, and on Catholicism in general.
"ProLifeBlogs.com disseminates unique news and commentary on life oriented issues and events that are ignored or under reported by traditional news sources. A diverse team of editors and contributors, each with news, reporting, commentary, or editorial experience, work to provide compelling content that will inform our readers, lead to a greater understanding, promote constructive dialog and facilitate change within our culture and society.
"ProLifeBlogs.com provides a network, database and news aggregator for independent and autonomous pro-life bloggers to interact and promote their life-oriented articles...."
("About Pro-Life Blogs)
Pro-Life Blogs looks like a fine resource, but it's not specifically Catholic: and so is too off-topic for inclusion in the blogroll. That's not a reflection of the value I place on Pro-Life Blogs: just my effort to keep this blog on-topic.
Actually, I'm delighted to see how many people who aren't Catholic now realize that life issues like abortion and euthanasia aren't something that 'those Catholics over there' care about, but reasonable people don't.
A tip of the hat to ProLifeBlogs, on Twitter, for the heads-up on their website.