House leaders find a compromise in Schiavo case; Senate up next
I just have one question here, and this seems to be the one thing that no one in the political arena has bothered to ask or even voice.
What catholic in their right might would tell their devoutly catholic parents that, if they ever went into a coma, or became incapcitated in such a way that their quality of life was zilch, they wanted to die?
That goes against the core of catholic belief. No good catholic would ever say such a thing aloud to their parents or their priest. It’s a sin.
Since it’s been made clear in this case that the Schindlers are devout catholics, and that Terry’s husband was not, and neither was she.. who are they to say what their daughter wanted? How are they to know her better than her husband? Why in the world would a non-practicing catholic ever discuss something like this with someone dear to them, when they know they have a conflicting point of view?… [Read More]