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Bishop


ROME, ITALY - AN Italian bishop has told a young paraplegic he  cannot have
a church wedding because he is impotent, despite his fiancée being aware of
the problem, media here reported.

Mr Salvatore de Ciuco, spokesman for Bishop Lorenzo Chiarinelli of Viterbo
in central Italy, told SkyTG24 television late Sunday: 'No bishop, no priest
can celebrate a wedding when he knows of admitted  impotence as it is a
motive for annulment' of the marriage.

The 26-year-old groom, who took part in a civil marriage ceremony on
Saturday in Viterbo, has been paraplegic since he was involved in a car
accident. The curate of the parish who was banned from marrying  the couple
was present at the ceremony. – AFP


12.06.2008

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Study visit to UK Parliament
American Ambassador visited CIL Serbia
Support to civil society organizations in drafting Local Action Plans in area of disability
Terms to Avoid When Writing About Disability
Employment of Persons with Disabilities
Parliamentary Working Group on Disability established
Training for PAs in Velika Plana
Project promotion
Round table in Smederevo
Round tables



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