Thursday, March 20, 2008

Lawsuit Against Archdiocese: Guests at Catholic Weddings Want Gifts Back When Marriages Anulled

The intrepid Maureen Martin reports at
VESTAVIA HILLS, CALIF.– In a first-of-its-kind class action law suit, a group of plaintiffs have filed suit against the Archdiocese of Vestavia in California for “blatant disregard for the sacrament of marriage” and enabling married couples to bilk consumers out thousands of dollars in gift certificates, household items, hotel lodging, food and gas.

“Frankly, our clients are tired of forking over money to Target and Bed, Bath and Beyond for cappuccino machines and Panini makers for wedding gifts, only to find out a few years – and in some cases only a few months later – that according to the Archdiocese of Vestavia, that it was all, well, pretend,” said Bob Pappas, an attorney with Pappas, Pappas and Jones in Santa Monica, Calif. “All we are saying is that if you aren’t really married, you don’t need that $80 clothes hamper anymore, so send it back to my client.”

My Comments:
Stuff like this is why Maureen's blog never left my blogroll during her 2-year hiatus.

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At 3/20/2008 6:28 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

If this is true, BRAVO!

At least someone other than me sees the Church is plundering marriage.

Why did I defend that valid marriage anyway?

The Former Catholic


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