Oh. Nothing? Same as me.
But, be reminded that the bishops have spoken, in a way. Here's their most recent statement (2/15) reiterating their past positions: If nutrition and hydration were being withdrawn to cause her death, that would be wrong. It's too bad there is so much confusion related to her condition. This ideally would be a family decision, rooted in what desires the patient had previously expressed. The level of rhetoric is disturbing. Pray.
BUT - Stay issued
The case of a severely brain-damaged woman remained locked in a legal stalemate Tuesday after an appeals court cleared the way for her husband to remove her feeding tube only to see a judge promptly block the removal for at least another day.
The 2nd District Court of Appeal offered no specific instructions in a one-page mandate issued in the case of Terri Schiavo, who was left brain damaged 15 years ago. That meant her husband, Michael Schiavo, could order his wife's tube be removed.
But Pinellas Circuit Court Judge George Greer later issued an emergency stay blocking removal of the feeding tube until 5 p.m. EST Wednesday. Greer, who has been overseeing the long-standing dispute, scheduled a hearing on the case for Wednesday.