Here they are, mostly in order from earliest to latest. They are worth the read. This is also a nice summary of why Sully is doing this (offered by a reader), for which I heartily commend him. One of the things that has annoyed me about him the most is his anti-choice position - he's such a conservative-in-the-mold-of-small-government-and-individual-responsibility that I find his view on abortion incongruous from that point of view. What I appreciate most about Sully is that he's willing to be challenged on those beliefs and is open to change.
The Catholic Mother - Not many priests, of any religious stripe, have the courage or grace to tell a family that "he believed we were not choosing our son's death, only choosing the timing of his death in order to spare him a great deal of suffering." Wow.
A Tiller Patient - I think this one is my "favorite." Poignant, and gives a full portrait of the man behind the rhetoric.
Serial Abortions, Ctd. - with a nice shout-out from Dan Savage.
Should Men Even Have a Say? - an interesting perspective.
(The Gay Fathers) - also linked above
(What Guilt?) - also linked above
This is not all he's posted about abortion or the whole aftermath of Dr. Tiller's murder, but these tell real people's stories. I am convinced that the more we hear the truth of these situations, the more we will see these issues as individual moral choices that should not be constrained by the government.