Category: Herbert and Catherine Schaible
On Feb. 19, 2014, the Schaibles were sentenced to to three and a half to seven years in state prison.
Herbert and Catherine Schaible are sent to prison for the faith healing death of their 2nd child.
But the abusive church they belong to — a cult of Christianity — continues unhindered.
Herbert and Catherine Schaible, charged with murder in the faith healing death of their 8-month old son, have lost their bid to have those charges dismissed.
The couple, members of an abusive church that teaches you can lose your salvation if you seek out medical help, is already on probation in the 2009 faith healing death of another son.
Herbert Schaible, charged — together with his wife, Catherine — with third degree murder
in the faith healing death of their 7-month old son, has been denied bail and will remain in jail.
Former members of First Century Gospel Church, which teaches that a personâ€™s salvation depends on trusting God to heal without medical help or medicine, refer to the church as a cult.
Two of its members will soon stand trial on murder charges in the ‘faith healing’ death of their 7-month old son.
For faith healers there is no protection when faith and law collide, one legal expert says in reference to the case of Herbert and Catherine Schaible, who have been charged with third degree murder in the death of their 8-month-old son.
The death of an 8-month old son of a Philadelphia â€˜faith healingâ€™ couple already on probation for the negligence death of another child has been ruled a homicide by a medical examiner.
Herbert and Catherine Schaible have been charged with third-degree murder.
Seven children of a Herbert and Catherine Schaible, couple under investigation in the death of their 8-month old son, have received court-ordered medical examinations and any needed immunizations.
The Schaible’s are members of the First Century Gospel Church, which teaches that a personâ€™s salvation depends on trusting God to heal without medical help or medicine.
Prosecutors are awaiting the autopsy results of an 8-months-old boy whose ‘faith healing only’ parents are on probation in the 2009 death of their 2-year-old son.
The parents attend a church whose false teachings regarding faith, healing and salvation are a form of spiritual abuse.
A faith healing couple who are members of a church that shuns doctors and medicine have lost a second child.
Convicted of involuntary manslaughter and child endangerment, two years ago the couple were sentenced to probation under the stipulation that they schedule regular medical appointments for all their children.
A fundamentalist Christian
couple who tried relying on prayer to cure their dying toddler must take their remaining children for medical check-ups as part of their sentence, a US judge has ruled.