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Peter Sartain has gotten in hot water over a funeral.
His funeral Mass was concelebrated by 20 priests of the archdiocese.
I'm ready to be welcomed by my Ancestors as Shaman." A May 6 Facebook post shows Fuller praising two friends as his "spirit-world clairvoyants" who would be present at his suicide party, and promoting a self-described clairvoyant who offers "aura readings and healings." A May 3 post states, "My Kharmic scales are balanced." Fuller's highly publicized death was a fact well known at his parish, an "inclusive," pro-LGBT community where he sang in the choir and served as lector. That’s why KING-5, the Associated Press, and local journalists are reaching out to me. Leaving out the grave problem of Fuller's months-long premeditated suicide and his paganism, the fact that Fuller was a well-known active homosexual would have been sufficient to bar him from a Catholic funeral.
Local and national media expressed interest in documenting Fuller's suicide, as made clear by this and other posts on Fuller's page: Later this week the filming crew from KING-5 will be here documenting my journey. Choosing DWD [Death With Dignity] gives me the chance to have closure with friends and for old acquaintances to re-connect. Two dioceses have cited canon 1184 to address such instances. Thomas Paprocki of Springfield, Illinois wrote, "Unless they have given some signs of repentance before death, deceased persons who had lived openly in a same-sex marriage giving public scandal to the faithful are to be deprived of ecclesiastical funeral rites." And in an October 2017 note, the vicar general for the diocese of Madison, Wisconsin wrote, "If the situation warrants (see canon 1184, specifically canon 1184.1.3), ecclesiastical funeral rites may be denied for manifest sinners in which public scandal of the faithful can't be avoided." Sartain justified his approval based on "pastoral" reasons, while failing to consider that his "pastoral" response caused public scandal by giving the appearance that the Church minimizes the gravity of Fuller's choices.