Friday, April 14, 2006

Modern betrayal

by a Bishop

"Much to the frustration of my family, the meeting proved to be of no help. In fact, during the five year ordeal, Terri's Bishop Lynch did very little to assist my sister despite the clear contradiction of the Church's teaching and the pleas of countless Catholic's throughout the world.

Looking back, I can't help but believe that if Bishop Lynch would have steadfastly denounced what was happening to Terri, which was the practice of involuntary euthanasia, there would have been such an enormous outcry of support from the parishioners in Terri's diocese, and Catholics from all over the world, that that my sister could very well be alive today."

See "Deafening silence of the shepherds"

The Diocese has not issued a press release since the election of the Pope; so not exactly busy.

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