Terri Schiavos Parents Want Catholic Priest to Give Her Communion
March 26, 2005, Day 9 of Judge George W. Greer's court ordered death by starvation and dehydration of Terri Schiavo. Over the next two-weeks, Terri's Network will post stories of the events that occurred on each of those 13 horrific days. We offer this not only in regard for Terri's memory, but as a reminder that as we speak, countless people are suffering slow, agonizing deaths in hospices, nursing homes, and hospitals in America and around the world.
From March 26, 2005 (by Steven Ertelt) - With Easter on Sunday and Terri Shaivos life hanging in the balance, her parents say that Terri should be able to receive communion. The Schindler family are active Catholics and Terri went to Catholic schools while growing up.
Paul ODonnell, a Franciscan monk who is helping the Schindler family, says Bob and Mary Schindler want her estranged husband Michael to authorize Terri to have communion.
The decision is important to Terris family as it could be the last time she has communion before she dies.
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