One day in late-March 2005 a simple telephone call to the Holy See’s Secretariat of State — headquarters of the Vatican’s ‘international diplomatic corps’ — received a terse reply, here paraphrased: if it can be done in accordance with international law, we’ll see what can be done.
It was all we needed to hear.
But could Vatican citizenship spare Terri Schindler Schiavo the horrible death by forced dehydration & starvation?
Did the plan ever really have anything more than a proverbial ‘snowball’s chance in hell’ to succeed?
Read it, and find out. Click here.
(And P.S. Terri’s story is far from over. Read why, here.)
Project declassified March 31, 2014.