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January 22, 2006

Terri's Family Remains Active and Outspoken

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Suzanne Vitadamo, Terri Schiavo's sister, spoke yesterday at a South South Carolina Citizens for Life event and Terri's Brother, Bobby Schindler, addressed a large audience at the March for Life Convention here in Washington DC (I was privileged to talk to Bobby yesterday). The AP covered Suzanne but I'm yet to see an article related to Bobby's appearance

According the article, Vitadamo said, "Our society has shifted to a quality of life mentality and has lost sight of the value (and) sacredness of all human life.

"We now as a nation are deciding when it is OK or not OK to kill those suffering from disabilities."

We'll publish more about the DC event in the upcoming days and exciting plans about pressing forward in our fight against active and passive euthanasia.

Posted by tim at January 22, 2006 8:00 AM


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I would be very interested in Bobby's comments. I attended the annual March for Life today, and it was very inspiring. I left feeling like there is still real hope out there as respects the life issues. There was one small group (that I saw) that carried a sign reading "remember Terri Schiavo," although the whole day was not only the unborn victoms of abortion and all those affected by that "choice", but also about all those like Terri who don't seem valuable to a society that tries to deny that humanity of those who are vulnerable. We remember Terri and her family today in our prayers in a special way.

Posted by: CeCe [TypeKey Profile Page] at January 23, 2006 7:16 PM