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“Terri's Day” established in remembrance of Terri Schiavo

.- March 31, the date of Terri Schiavo’s death will mark the newly established “International Day of Prayer and Remembrance for Terri Schindler Schiavo and All of Our Vulnerable Brothers and Sisters.”  The day was created to foster education, prayer and activism regarding discrimination against the disabled. 

The Terri Schindler Schiavo Foundation and Priests for Life jointly announced that “Terri’s Day” will advocate for people in situations similar to what Terri and her family faced.

Fr. Frank Pavone, National Director of Priests for Life stated, "Those of us who were with Terri will never forget her life and her death. For the sake of all the vulnerable, it is critically important that those who never knew Terri likewise remember the lessons that God taught us through her."

"No family should ever have to witness what my family witnessed, watching a loved one slowly dehydrate to death, added Suzanne Vitadamo, Terri’s sister.  “We want Terri's Day to remind us all that persons with disabilities are never burdens and should be treated with nothing but our unconditional love and compassion."

In the early weeks of 2008, educational and prayer materials will be released to parishes, disability and pro-life groups and all communities to observe Terri's Day.

Terri's Foundation is dedicated to promoting the Culture of Life, embracing the true meaning of compassion by opposing the practice of euthanasia.

Priests for Life is the largest Catholic organization exclusively dedicated to fighting abortion and euthanasia.


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