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January 30, 2006

The Schiavo Marriage

Topics: News

From the North Country Gazette:

Some Catholics are calling it premeditated murder.

Many are calling for the removal of St. Petersburg Diocese Bishop Robert N. Lynch for allowing the ceremony to occur in the diocese.

It could be the latest scandal in the Catholic church---at least in the Diocese of St. Petersburg.

Michael Schiavo and Jodi Centonze were married in the Espiritu Santo Catholic Church in Safety Harbor in a private ceremony Saturday, Jan. 21.

Church law specifically states that you cannot kill your wife in order to marry another woman.

There is absolutely no doubt that Michael Schiavo was responsible for the death of his wife, Terri Schindler-Schiavo and that he intended long before her death that he was going to marry Jodi Centonze, the mother of his two illegitimate children.

That constitutes criminal behavior in the Catholic church.

It is worth noting that the article referred to above provides additional details regarding church law and how it was violated... Read the rest here.

Those wishing to contact relevant individuals to request a public clarification of the matter may contact:

Rev. Stephen Dambrauskas, JCL
Promoter of Justice
Diocese of St. Petersburg
905 South Prospect Avenue
Clearwater, Florida 33756-4039

Phone: UPDATE: 727-344-1611 Also: 727-446-2326 / 442-8884
Fax: 727-446-4287
E-Mail: tribsp@tampabay.rr.com

They may also contact:
His Excellency Pietro Sambi
Apostolic Nuncio
3339 Massachusetts Avenue NW
Washington, DC 20008

Telephone: (202) 333-7121
Fax: (202) 337-4036

Prior article: click here

Posted by tim at January 30, 2006 6:48 PM


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Comments

Yes, please, hammer Rome with petitions; we've got to get rid of this disgrace.

Posted by: thedegu [TypeKey Profile Page] at January 31, 2006 12:37 AM

In regard to the questionable validity of that wretched 'marriage,' unless someone succeeds in appealing to a tribunal above St. Petersburg diocese, nothing can be done. Why would Lynch's people do anything when it was allowed in the first place?

Posted by: thedegu [TypeKey Profile Page] at January 31, 2006 12:41 AM